A 96-year-old woman, Violet Edwards has set a record of being the oldest African-American woman to graduate from school after she got her degree from Mercy College in New York, United States.
Violet Edwards was likewise the oldest individual to in Florida, United States to get a degree and the fifth-oldest person on the world to graduate from college.
She was brought into the world in 1925 in Jamaica as the youngest in her family. Since her young age, she was an ardent peruser and an amazing student. She was the primary in her town to go to class, Happy Grove High School, Jamaica, with a full scholastic grant.
As indicated by reports, during the World War II years, she enrolled for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate which is expected of her to continue with her schooling. The exams must be shipped off England for reviewing, there were worries that the boat conveying them would turn into a conflict loss, yet her exam made it securely to England and she passed.
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She enrolled for the College of New Rochelle, New York, United States in the mid 1980s yet hesitantly left because of monetary difficulties. So Edwards joined the labor force in Jamaica and had a fruitful profession in the Jamaica Postal Service, becoming the first female regional reviewer to be appointed by the service.
During her career, she focused on her family, guaranteeing that her little girl went to medical school. Her girl, Dr Christine Edwards has starting today, become the medical overseer of the Florida Perinatal Center, LLC, United States.