A brilliant lady named Tameika Bamfo has graduated as one of the best student of the University of Warwick in the United States after she bagged a masters degree with distinctions and won different awards for her outstanding performance.
Tameika bagged a Master of Arts degree in Education Studies with a Distinction at the University of Warwick. She shared her achievement on LinkedIn highlighting all of the accomplishment she made.
She said she was nominated for the Most Outstanding Dissertation and the Most Outstanding Contribution in her department. Tameika was also awarded the Highest Postgraduate Dissertation Grade.
Tameika said obtaining the degree is truly an honor for her considering the devotion she has to the topic of Education and its intersection with policy and practice.
She stated that her dissertation was a plee for awareness towards the hurdles and barriers Afro-Caribbean students in Higher education face, particularly pertaining to the prevalence of imposter syndrome in this underrepresented group.
She mentioned that she focused on it because it is something she has experience to an extent adding that she has also witnessed and experienced the disadvantages it has in education.
Tameika said she found her passion for the study of Education, educational inequalities and policy especially the ways in which these affect underrepresented groups, whether that be the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups or Special Educational Needs students.
She said she hopes that one day she would not only advocate for, but be in the rooms where change is made adding that the course and dissertation solidified her desire for progress, and the impact she could have individually, socially and academically for her community.
Tameika stated that her ultimate goal is to be a part of decisions that cultivate the conditions for freedom in choice, in ability and in livelihood. She expressed her gratitude to everyone who contributed to her success.