HPOTM: Congratulations To Star of The Month Njideka Egodimma Duruhesie of Los Angeles, California
Njideka Egodimma Duruhesie, is currently enrolled in the Doctoral Program in International Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She also holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from University of Southern California.
Ms. Duruhesie is originally from Imo state, Nigeria, but was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. As she works her way into Hollywood and Nollywood, as a T.V. personality, host and a newly actress in Nigeria, she determined to rise to the top with her big heart, education and exposure to the socialite of entertainment.
Her primary goal is to show women options by empowering them to be independent thinkers, self-motivators and agents of world changers. She served two years volunteering with the Veterans Affair (VA) homeless population at Volunteer of America. Currently, as a professional Social Worker/Therapist she is dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.
Our beautiful star of the month has a deep compassion for the less privileged children. She’s on the board as Project and Board Director of a non-profit foundation called “Children Are Royal” to support and empower Africa's most vulnerable groups including; orphanages, at-risk children, the frail infants, homeless children, children with disabilities, and children with mental health issues. The goal of this project is to provide effective programs and services.
Duruhesie's spiritual guidance, hard-work and dedication touches the mind, body, heart and ultimately the spirit of those around her presently and will make a huge impact on the near future.
What more can we say about Ms. Duruhesie? She is beautiful, smart, kind and talented. This flawless beauty photo, portrays a strong woman who is very comfortable in her own skin. As we already know, confidence is the best makeup you could ever wear and good people are always beautiful. Duruhesie's inner beauty radiates from the heart to everyone catching them.