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Thessalonika Arzu-Embry Is The Youngest Female To Ever Enter A Doctoral Program

Thessalonika Arzu-Embry booksAt the young age of 17 Thessalonika Arzu-Embry has already accomplished what many people twice her age have not. Thessalonika graduated from high school at age 11, earned a B.A. in psychology at 14 and an MBA at 16. She is the youngest female to ever enter a doctoral program.

Thessalonika, who resides in Chicago, Illinois, is currently working on her doctorate, while at the same time helping students to excel in college.

Thessalonika has started a program titled JUMP for students enrolled in elementary, high school, and college to receive training to help them finish college in much less time than anticipated so they can make a difference in society.

“The JUMP program helps students unlock their academic potential while fulfilling their educational goals. College does not have to be a jail sentence,” she says.

Arzu Embry has also written five self-help books that focus on three key areas – accelerating time in school, planning for the future, and the pursuit of wisdom and justice.

She also wrote a booked titled Jump The Education Barrier to help college-bound students complete college more cost efficiently and in less time while still mastering studies.

In 2016 she has released Settled: Justice For All, and Perspicacious Investing. In this book she identifies the world’s injustices and provides practical tactics for attaining justice.

You can get more info on Thessalonika Arzu-Embry and to purchase her books at her website

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