Humana just announced a new Chief Health Equity Officer. Dr. Nwando Olayiwola is a physician herself, whose career spans over 15 years.
She has vast experience in health education and was just named in Essence Magazine among 8 Black Women to watch in Corporate America! Dr. Olayiwola expressed her gratitude via LinkedIn:
“I cannot explain how thrilled I am to be named among Essence magazine’s 8 Black Women to Watch in Corporate America!
As a young girl, I started devouring my parents’ issues of Essence and learning so much from and about Black women role models across the country and the world.
I aspired to be them because I could see them. To be on this list is really the stuff that dreams are made of! I am proud to represent Humana and honored to be among these other inspiring Black women movers and shakers from some of the largest companies in the nation.”
She thanked Kimberly N. Wilson, JD for the powerful story. She is featured in the Sep/Oct 2021 of Essence on sale now.
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The Reede Scholars believes in celebrating our members like Dr. Olayiwola, because this shows that we are a diverse group of individuals and we hold true to our core values, which is excellence.