SocialMediaGlamour.com Founder Sabrina Kizzie Named the 2017 National Doctoral Fellow by the National Association of University Women

Ms. Sabrina Kizzie, MPA

“I cannot put into words how honored I am to be selected for this prestigious award,” says Ms. Kizzie. “The award application process is rigorous and to be selected from hundreds of candidates who are the best in their disciplines is truly humbling.”

Award winning educator and Bronx Times’ “Most Influential Woman” Sabrina Kizzie is once again being celebrated as a leader in her field. Sabrina Kizzie has been named the 2017 National Doctoral Fellow by the National Association of University Women.

“I cannot put into words how honored I am to be selected for this prestigious award,” says Ms. Kizzie. “The award application process is rigorous and to be selected from hundreds of candidates who are the best in their disciplines is truly humbling.”

The National Association of University Women was founded in 1910 with a mission to “stimulate young women to attain professional excellence, to exert influence and intellectual fellowship among professional women.”

“Sabrina Kizzie embodies the mission of the NAUW through her community service and educational leadership,” says Dr. Virginia C. Hathaway, chairwoman of the 2017 NAUW National Fellowship selection committee. “We are pleased to have such an accomplished scholar as this year’s recipient,” says Mrs. Evelyn L. Wright, NAUW National President.

Sabrina Kizzie is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Business Management at Capella University. Her dissertation is focused on millennials and mobile advertising. From her professional pursuits to public speaking, Ms. Kizzie is leaving her mark on the profession as an authority on social media and marketing.

Recently, Ms. Kizzie was the keynote speaker for The Conversation Partners Program led by Dr. Elizabeth M. Minei, Director of Conversation Partners Program at Baruch College.

The Conversation Partners Program matches native and nonnative speakers for informal conversations to help nonnative students learn English and for the native students to learn more about other cultures. The workshop was done in partnership with International Education Week. Her presentation was entitled “Building Your Brand: A Personal, Professional and Global Approach.”

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