No one told her she couldn’t, so she lives in a world of possibilities. Student extraordinaire, musician, dancer, competitive athlete, and faith-based servant leader, Gen Z Naomi Nero decided to become a game-changer. Using her Master’s Honor thesis as her launch pad, she leaves the University of Chicago to continue her research in a five-year Doctorate Program at Georgetown University in Northern Virginia.
In this episode, Naomi unpacks her thesis Title: Psychopathy, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Violent Crime in Male and Female Inmates. Naomi helps us understand the impact of not considering gender differences when designing criminal justice rehabilitation programs.
Fueled by family and faith, one feels she believes she cannot fail. Naomi possesses that quality that is not earned or purchased, yet its value is irreplaceable…wonder. Listen to the end and be treated to one of her other gifts.
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You are not alone.
You are not your circumstances.
You have everything within you to live a purpose-filled life.
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