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Adulting In My Purpose: Millennials Making Moves

Posted By: Nicole Rankine on July 12, 2021

Adulting In My Purpose LIVE with special guest Jaye Washington.

Jaye Washington is a two-time graduate of Delaware State University where she received a Master’s of Public Administration and Bachelor’s of Arts in Mass Communications degrees.



Jaye is the CEO and Chief Communications Consultant at The Savvy Solution, LLC where she provided Corporate and Executive Communications Strategy for businesses and organizations. She operates Miss Jaye’s Resumes- resume writing and editing services and hosts the School of Life Podcast, a transparent and uncut safe space for all things adulting.

Tune in to hear Adulting In My Purpose host Dr. Nic interview this amazing Millennial Making Moves!
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