Pan Africanism, Africana WoManism, Motherism.
Presently--Educator and Community Activist, Ghana, West Africa
Graduate of Union Institute & University, with a Ph.D. in the Arts and Sciences, specializing in Africana Women's/Black Studies, Union Institute & University (UI&U), Cincinnati, Ohio
Dissertation (2008): "Humble Warrioress: Women in the Nation of Islam, A Comparative Study 1930-1975 and 1978-2000."
Graduate scholarships and awards received:
Union Institute & University Graduate Scholarship, 2007: Daniel J. Ransohoff Scholarship, 2007: National Dean's List (Graduate Studies) 2007-2008
Member of: Africana WoManism Society: African American Association of Ghana (AAAG)
Graduate assistantship, Clark Atlanta University mentored by Dr. Josephine Bradley, Chair and Professor, African American Studies and Africana Women Studies Department [Dr. Bradley, honored as a "civil rights hero," [see: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-500617_162-1482625.html: http://www.loc.gov/folklife/civilrights/survey/view_collection.php?coll_id=2539]
Research Paper Presentation:
"Eugenics Sterilization Program: Involuntary sterilization" Presented at The Women and Human Rights Seminar, Cincinnati, OH, 2004.