- Kabuki Hodgson is a nurse and TV presenter
- The inspiring young lady also works as a model
- YEN.com.gh throws the spotlight on Hodgson and her motivating achievements
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A young lady identified as Kabuki Hodgson has gained the attention of eyeballs following recent knowledge about her accomplishments.
Kabuki Hodgson is a nurse, TV presenter, and model.
At a very young age, Kabuki had always wanted to work in a hospital and also be on TV and billboards.
The ambitious woman, who typifies Black brilliance, is living her childhood dreams.
Hodgson works as a nurse and also an ad model and has featured on huge billboards in town.
Attaining these heights as a young woman has not been devoid of challenges, but she has managed to overcome the stress that comes along with juggling more than one career.
Hodgson’s has been featured on billboards for major international brands such as Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited and other prestigious brands.
There’s no scintilla of doubt that the young Black woman’s story shatters perceptions and toxic narratives, and empowers as well.
At a time when the world is grappling with a pandemic, her story is much needed to urge other young women to press on in spite of the major obstacles.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recently reported that Ghanaian-British business and technology executive, Lucy Quist, has been named the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for Technology & Operations at Morgan Stanley.
Morgan Stanley is an American multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in New York.
In another story, a Twitter user with the handle name, SheGoByJubilee, has become an example of women reaching beyond education, cultural, and social limitations.
The young Black woman recently announced in a post on Twitter that she has completed college with a Bachelor of Science in Global Health.
SheGoByJubilee revealed she graduated from the University of Southern California in the United States of America. Without any sort of restrained enthusiasm, she announced her accomplishment along with heart-warming images from her graduation ceremony.
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