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From data scientists, educators and artists to CEOs, doctors, economists and ambassadors, Spelman College has unparalleled success at producing global change agents through providing an exceptional education to Black women. The New York Times notes that on average, a Spelman education leads to increased social mobility – moving up two or more income levels.

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Keisha Leverette, C'2002
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Hazel D. Dean

Large Blue Quote LeftMy choice to change the world occurred at Spelman through hard work and perseverance. I realized very early in my college career that you are expected to excel and lead — a requirement of being a Spelman woman. Additionally, you are expected to be a change agent and be in service to others. Spelman provided my foundation for impactful leadership, and affirmed my life’s work of being a change agent in service for the public’s health. --- Hazel D. Dean, ScD, MPH, FAC, C'83, Deputy Director at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 

Spelman Alumna Mya Harvard

Large Blue Quote LeftAt Spelman, I was taught by distinguished professors who looked like me and genuinely cared about my success. I had sisters who constantly encouraged me and helped me build an unbreakable confidence. I also learned about my history and my community in refreshing and unique ways. Overall, my experience at Spelman was priceless and I will cherish it forever.” ---Mya Havard, Product Manager at Dropbox