Today’s episode is packed with invaluable insights from Dr. Antoinette Newsome, who recently completed her doctoral program while working full-time. Dr. Antoinette is a low-income, first-generation, Black and mixed-race woman who centers the identities of marginalized groups in her practice and research. As a scholar-practitioner, Antoinette is passionate about social justice and equity-based work along with supporting low-income first-generation college Students of Color. Her current research centers post-secondary schooling support systems for students of color, mentoring and peer-mentoring relationships for women of color in the academy, and equity-based action for inclusionary practices at the institutional level.
On the show, we explore her grad school and employment journey, learn more about her non-negotiables for wellness and success, acknowledge the power of tapping into your personal and professional networks, and Dr. Antoinette offers advice for first-gen BIPOCs who are also considering graduate school.
You can connect with Dr. Antoinette Newsome on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/antoinette-newsome-ph-d-b58273a7/
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