59-year-old man spends 6 years to earn PhD Degree from US university, celebrates unique achievement
An exceptional 59-year-old man, Kelvin Bradly has defied many odds to earn his Doctorate Degree (PhD) from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States after several years of a successful career.
Before enrolling for his PhD Degree, Kelvin has worked with several institutions as an Enrollment Manager, helping students from across the world to achieve their academic goals and dreams in the United States.
His most recent strive to assist students is his contribution to the growth and development of Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland, US as the Director of Graduate Professional Development.
“A lot has taken place during these last six years and I stand in awe of God and how much He has blessed me. I literally could write another dissertation talking about His faithfulness. Early in this process, I was in a series of work meetings and kept hearing so many negative things about my performance.”
“I heard “you’re not meeting expectations” so much that I began to doubt myself in many areas including this academic journey,” he added.
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Kelvin has a Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications (Concentration in Radio Production) from Morgan State University. His Master’s Degree was earned also from Morgan State University with a specialization in Communications Management.
Kelvin’s latest degree, PhD, focuses on Higher Education Leadership and Management from Walden University, Minnesota, United States.
He thanked God and his support system for seeing him through his PhD program. “I also want to thank my awesome support system for all your help in getting me to the finish line! We did it y’all!” he said.