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How To Really Be A Power Woman

Four ways fictitious Dr. Mina Okafor embodies the term and how you can grow into one

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Dr. Mina Okafor might be a fictional character from the FOX TV medical drama, The Resident, but her impact is nowhere fictional. She broke a lot of stereotypes and thoroughly embodied the role of a power woman.

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