14 African American Game Changers That Started as Rhodes Scholars

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Robyn S. Hadley

In 1984, Hadley became the first African-American female from the South and the third African-American female ever to recieve the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. The North Carolina native has gone on to found YESICAN, a college preparatory program, and became the founder and executive director of the “What’s After High School?” Program. She is the author of Within View, Within Reach: Navigating the College-bound Journey.

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