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    Smile Which is correct usage?

    It is an honor and a privilege serving the Silo learning community and working under the strong leadership of John Smith. I will continue to be committed to do whatever it takes to ensure the academic success of our students.

    It is an honor and a privilege serving the Silo learning community and working under the strong leadership of John Smith. I will continue to be committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure the academic success of our students.

    “do” or “doing” ?

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    Re: Which is correct usage?

    Doing
    PS I would use 'to serve' after privilege.

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