Beauty and brains, hard work and achievements. Those are some of the qualities that makes up Mahogany’s Hall of Fame. If there is any lessons to be learnt in Mahogany’s Hall of Fame, it would be that success comes with extra hard work and effort, and these qualities are easily found in black women like Dr. Wendy Osefo.Dr. Wendy Osefo is a Nigerian American public commentator, award winning researcher and media personality. Wendy made history in 2016 when she became the first black woman to earn a PhD. In Public Affairs- Community development from Rutgers University.Wendy has channeled her love and passion into empowering people, seeking social justice for the oppressed and promoting equal civil rights among the Black and White community. Wendy has delivered keynote speeches and lectures on highly publicized issues including Baltimore Uprising, Activism in the 21st century and Black Lives Matter Movement.When Dr. Osefo isn’t fighting for equality and Black lives, she loves to travel and spend quality time with her family and live life to the fullest.Wendy is a definition of body goals, style and sophistication.Her signature beautiful smile has the ability to light up any gloomy day. It’s amazing to see that regardless of how involved Wendy is in the affairs of the United States, she still makes out time to keep in touch with her Nigerian background.Dr. Wendy Osefo is a Professor of Education at John Hopkins University, she is a contributor at The Hill, and the Founder and CEO of the 1954 Equity Project, LLC.
Keep rising and making the black community proud Dr. Wendy Osefo.