- 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.
Determined lady earns 3 degrees from university in one day; flaunts her beauty in grad gown; peeps react
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.
Teen Becomes Youngest Black Student Ever to Graduate Law School in the US At Age 19
Still on education, YEN.com.gh previously reported that at age 19, Haley Taylor Schlitz has become the youngest African-American ever to graduate from law school in the United States of America.
The native of Dallas, Texas, earned the limelight after being accepted into nine law schools when she was just 16 years old.
The teenager, who has been studying law for the past three years, will graduate from the Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law on May 13, said Black Woman.
After earning her law degree, Haley hopes to start working on education policy issues, something she's always had an interest in.
Man Graduates with PhD in Applied Maths from Stellenbosch University
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that after years of dedication, a man identified on social media as James Azam has now graduated with his doctoral degree in Applied Mathematics from Stellenbosch University.
His dissertation titled ''modelling outbreak response interventions for decision-making" is relevant to the current "climate", with COVID-19 being the most immediate consideration.
Azam wants to use the experiences he's gathered over the past few years to make meaningful contributions to the pandemic response decision-making and public health policy through infectious disease modelling and data analytics.