CARLOS NEUHAUS GIVES MASTER LECTURE AT VILLA CARITAS AND SAN PEDRO SCHOOLS
The COPAL president stressed, “we can achieve great things when we work toward a common goal.”
The successful development of the Lima 2019 Pan American and Parapan American Games is an invaluable source of inspiration for future Peruvian generations. In that regard, there is no doubt Lima 2019 will leave a socio-educational legacy that will become the stepping stone to a better country.
For this reason, the Lima 2019 Organizing Committee President, Carlos Neuhaus, was invited to the opening ceremony of the Villa Caritas and San Pedro Schools cultural week. He delivered a master lecture on the achievements that have placed Lima 2019 as the best Games in the history of the Americas.
The COPAL president stated, amid the cheers of all the students, his gratitude for the warm welcome, leaving a message of unity and leadership.
“We can achieve great things when we work toward a common goal. Hosting the Pan American and Parapan American Games is evidence that we can achieve what we want as a country,” he excitedly said before all the audience.
In turn, Edith Garcia, Vice-principal of both schools, congratulated Neuhaus on their behalf for the success of the Games while recalling their famous motto.
“We’re so proud as a nation to have been Games hosts. We’ve seen the dreams of so many athletes come true. And this was all possible thanks to the team led by Mr. Neuhaus, who did everything to make this possible and as the Games’ motto goes, let’s all play,” she said emphatically.
Afterwards, a constructive brainstorming session between Neuhaus and the students took place, where he emphasized one of the aspects that ensured the great management of Lima 2019.
“It was critical to build a work team full of determination, courage and commitment to give the best impression of Peru, bringing out the best in themselves to achieve this goal”, he commented.
At the end, Neuhaus received an honorary distinction and a handcrafted present from the Head Prefects of both private schools.