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We Have a Major Update on Dr. Wendy Osefo’s Career as a Professor

The Real Housewives of Potomac cast member opened up about talking about her businesses with Eddie Osefo.

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Dr. Wendy Osefo had a message for anyone wondering what she's up to in her career these days. The Real Housewives of Potomac cast member shared an update on her work life on Twitter on Sunday as her professional endeavors became a topic on RHOP this week.

"For those wondering, YES, I am still a Professor," she tweeted on August 8. "I wear many hats."

According to her BravoTV.com bio, Wendy currently serves as a professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, specializing in urban education and politics.

Wendy then went on to explain more about the conversation she had with Eddie Osefo on RHOP about feeling torn about trying to do many things in her personal and professional life. She shed more light on discussing with him the ins and outs of growing her brand as an entrepreneur when he offered her some business advice. Wendy tweeted that it came up "because my degree is in political science and government NOT business administration. My husband has an MBA I don’t."

Her BravoTV.com bio notes that Wendy has a "Bachelor of Arts from Temple University, a Master of Arts from The Johns Hopkins University, a Master of Science from Rutgers University, and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from Rutgers University, where she made history by becoming the first black woman to earn a PhD in Public Affairs/Community Development."

On Twitter this past Sunday, Wendy added, "Let’s normalize being honest when we don’t know something. Even with 4 degrees it is okay to ask questions. No one knows everything."

ICYMI: Wendy is also hard at work on her upcoming book, Tears of My Mother, she recently announced. Wendy shared some insight into how that project is going these days. "Long nights — early mornings working on [Tears of My Mother]. Always document the process, so when you accomplish your goal, you know just how far you’ve come!" she shared on Instagram. "The hustle is free, the grind sold separately!"

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