Nigeria-Born Wendy Okolo Becomes 1st Black Woman With PhD In Aerospace Engineer


Nigeria-Born Wendy Okolo, is a remarkable woman. At the age of 26, she became the first black woman to earn a PhD in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas.

Wendy is currently employed by NASA in the Intelligent Systems Division as an aerospace engineer.

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