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Jun 6, 2021

How does one get the support and clarity, as black women within the higher education culture. We’ll be talking with Dr. Monique Bruner.

About Guest Momologist Monique Bruner: Dr. Monique Bruner is completed her doctorate while graduating 2 girls from high school and taking in 2 toddlers. Not to mention she raised her husband's sister...we have 35, 21, 20, 6 & 5 year old children. I’ve been in higher education for over 25 years.

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