Wendy Osefo Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Net Worth and Political Analyst

By | July 26, 2021

Edward Osefo Biography

Osefo is a Nigerian-American Political Analyst  and a political commentator and public affairs academic . She is an award-winning researcher , television personality , a highly sought-after progressive political commentator and strategist . Wendy is an assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Education as well as a Contributor at The Hill , the Founder , and CEO of The 1954 Equity Project , LLC .

As a political analyst , Dr. Osefo has a daily political section on syndicated radio entitled ,” Things to Know , With Dr. Wendy O“. Additionally, Dr. Osefo has presented keynote speeches and lectures on extremely broadcasted issues in culture and politics .

She joined the fifth season of The Real Housewives of Potomac which is set to premiere in 2020 with Wendy Osefo as the newest cast member. The series centers on the personal and professional lives of different women living in Potomac , Maryland . We’ve compiled the most important info and facts about the new cast of the Real Housewives of Potomac show , Wendy Osefo in this post .

Wendy Osefo Age

Osefo was born on 21st , May , 1984 , in Nigeria.

Wendy Osefo Career

Wendy began her career journey at The Fund for American Studies and interned at The International Center for Terrorism Studies . There , she obtained broad national policy practice that drove her authoring her Master’s thesis at The Johns Hopkins University , entitled Ethnic Rivalry , Corruption , and Impulsive Political Transitions in Nigeria .

Dr. Osefo made history in 2016 when she became the first black woman to earn a Ph.D . in Public Affairs-Community Development from Rutgers University .

She still maintains a close connection in the academic field . She is now an assistant professor in the Doctor of Education program at Johns Hopkins School of Education.

Her research programs evaluate on how race and class influence the learning , achievement , and educational trajectories of non-dominant students in schools and community settings , and examines the intersections between race , equity , and underserved student groups in K-12 and postsecondary learning communities

Wendy Osefo Politics and Social Justice

Upon discovering her love for politics and social justice , Dr. Osefo realized her passion to empower people and communities through the design and implementation of efficient policies and programs .

Osefo is a contributor for The Hill , in addition to her extensive policy experience , Dr. Osefo has been interviewed by and provided commentary for CNN , MSNBC , The Steve Harvey Show , Fox News , ABC , Fox Business , BBC , HLN , Russian TV The Washington Post , In Touch Weekly , Business Insider , One America News Network , and TV-One to name a few .

She is the founder and chief executive officer of 1954 Equity and an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Education. In 2014 , she served as the inaugural director of the master’s of arts in management program at Goucher College . Additionally , Wendy is also a board member for the late Congressman Elijah Cummings Youth to Israel Program, Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore, and The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Schools .

Wendy Osefo Political Analyst

Having mastered the complexities of politics and policy , Wendy proceeded on to become a Policy Analyst at The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) . She also served as the Director of Family and Community Engagement for the Obama Administration’s Antipoverty Initiative as well as the signature program for the White House Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative , DC Promise Neighborhood (DCPNI) .

While at DCPNI Wendy designed , and implemented culturally competent parent-centered engagement plans and successfully designed and started the first complete adult learning academy within an underserved neighborhood in Washington D.C .

Wendy Osefo Equity Project

Wendy founded the Equity Project in 1954 . She heads the project as its CEO , develops and implements the strategic vision of the organization . The Equity Project provides students with navigational capital to not just survive academia , but to thrive in academia as their original selves .

Through the use of the Osefo Equity Framework , the 1954 Equity Project develops community with underrepresented minority students in universities to form a platform for students to share their life experiences, identify and navigate microaggressions encountered on-campus , and work collaboratively with school officials to co-create equitable solutions to address issues of inequality .

Wendy Osefo Net Worth

Wendy Net Worth is estimated to be between 3 million USD to 5 million USD as of 2021 . These includes her Assets , Money , and Income . Her primary source of income is her career as an activist and reality tv star .

Wendy Osefo Family

Wendy Family background and details is not known ,this section shall be updated once information is publicly available. Wendy spent her elementary years in the African country , which her parents also call home. The family later migrated to the United States , where Wendy became a naturalized citizen .

Wendy Osefo Husband

Wendy is married to a Nigerian attorney Edward Osefo. The couple tied the knot in 2011 . Prior to their marriage , the two had dated for quite a long time. They had met while in their teenage years but started dating after their college graduation . They are blessed with three beautiful children , seven-year-old son Karter , five-year-old son Kruz , and her newborn daughter Kamryn Kapri .

Wendy Osefo Education

Wendy received a B.A. in Political Science from Temple University , an M.A . in Government from The Johns Hopkins University , and an M.Sc . in Public Affairs from Rutgers University . As an undergraduate , she was actively involved at Temple as a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority .


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