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Public health program points IUN alumna to her perfect career path

Blessing Ibikunle-Salami is a self-admitted sufferer of "imposter syndrome." Throughout her undergraduate years at Indiana University Northwest, the Munster resident repeatedly earned high praise for her accomplishments, though she secretly felt she was not deserving of the accolades.

The fact that she was selected as the university's student Commencement speaker in 2018 should have shown her that her achievements are indeed praise-worthy.

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