- At 21, Zindzi Thompson has become the youngest Black graduate from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, USA
- The trailblazer has also made history as the youngest Black female graduate of medicine in the country
- Before this achievement, she enrolled at the Mary Baldwin University in Virginia, USA, at 13 and completed at the age of 16
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After pursuing her childhood dream, Zindzi Thompson has made history as the youngest person to graduate from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
The exceptional 21-year-old girl began her journey towards pursuing a career in the medical field at a very early age.
At the incredible age of 13, she enrolled at the Mary Baldwin University in Virginia, USA, where she received her degree at 16, the Scholarship Region said.
Pursuing her medical dream
After her university degree, she enrolled at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, where she has made history as the youngest Black person to graduate from the university at 21.
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According to Scholarship Region, Zindzi Thompson has also become the youngest Black female graduate of medicine in the United States of America.
Domestic worker to graduate: Woman reminds SA to chase their dreams
In more heartwarming news, Briefly News previously reported that an inspiring woman who worked as a domestic worker graduated with a university degree. A social media user shared her incredible story as a reminder to others to never give up. Some live under harsh circumstances which have them believing they will never amount to anything more… that is not the case, and this story is true of that.
Twitter user @MsNtfulini shared a side by side picture of the woman’s notable glow up. Going from a domestic worker to a university graduate is something truly inspiring.
Source: Briefly News