- Twitter user, NynaNoir, has celebrated her milestone after bagging her master’s degree
- NynaNoir shared spectacular images attired in a beautiful outfit along with her graduation cap
- The young Black woman honoured former US president, Barack Obama, for impacting her life
A young lady with the Twitter handle, NynaNoir, has proudly celebrated herself after obtaining her master’s degree with stunning graduation photos on social media.
The young women, who recently bagged her postgraduate degree, has also been showered with accolades online. This comes after she splashed her Twitter handle with flawless frames of herself donned in her graduation outfit.
NynaNoir expressed much gratitude for having accomplished the academic feat while crediting former US president, Barack Obama, for his influence on the decisions she made.
The young Black woman definitely earned her master’s degree through hard work and did not hold back as she owned every moment of her success.
Sharing a recap of her success, NynaNoir admitted that her life has been greatly influence by Barack Obama.
She captioned her post:
Graduation Recap! Obtaining my Masters was monumental for me! Thank you @BarackObama for reminding us all how important education is!
In the stunning graduation photos that accompanied her narrative on social media, NynaNoir proudly donned a tight fitting dress along with a cap.
The young lady mirrors what commitment, dedication, and resilience can produce.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Dr Simon, a counselling director at Woodside High School in Newport News Public School, recently graduated from a renowned university with her PhD.
The hardworking woman, who has an intense passion for what she does as an educationist and counsellor, successfully completed her dissertation titled Quasi-School Leaders: The Lived Experiences of High School Counselling Directors and Their Roles in Schools.
In a recent post on Facebook, the Educational Leadership Program at Old Dominion University affirmed that Dr Simon’s dissertation committee members were Dr Karen L. Sanzo (chair), Dr William Owings (committee member), and Dr Tim Grothaus (committee member).
In another story, a six-year-old Ghanaian girl resident in the United Kingdom, Leanne Afriyie Boateng, has expressed unconditional love as the world battles with the novel coronavirus.
Leanne recently turned a new age and the young princess asked her parents to donate the money intended for her birthday bash to charity.
At a time when the world appears to have been turned on its head against the dreadful backdrop of a global pandemic, Leanne’s benevolent persona and generous love is what many need to help them cope.
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