Jody Watley Is Still A Thrill And On The Move

Women’s History Month is in March. This celebratory month is set aside to honor the contributions of women in history. 

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Jody Watley will receive her first “Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy” from T.I.U.A School of Business on March 26th at 2 pm EST. The honorary degree recognizes successful leaders in entrepreneurship. 

The singer-songwriter-businesswoman is a trendsetting pioneer in music, video, fashion and style whose social-cultural impact on the world through her recordings, style, clothing and lifestyle since her early career in the 1980s, still today continues to influence the younger generation. She has built a legacy that goes beyond music. 

TIUA School of Business offers the Entrepreneur Honor’s Program for entrepreneurs who have shown leadership and integrity in the world of business. TIUA School of Business is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. 

TIUA School of Business has also been awarded the Outstanding Presidential Gold Award from President Joe Biden. The Honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration (Hon. Ph.D.) award conferred by TIUA School of Business is an Honor, which acknowledges and appreciates outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions to their community, at both national and international levels, and to a specialized field of knowledge and competency in business and entrepreneurship.

“I am honored to receive this recognition from the TIUA School of Business,” says the iconic singer. “I feel privileged to be considered in the same company as the incredibly talented individuals who have also received this distinction over the years.” 

“Ms. Watley’s commitment to higher education and excellence is evident both in her philanthropic endeavors and business acumen,” Dr. Jacqueline Mohair, Chancellor of T.I.U.A. School of Business said. “TIUA School of Business is privileged to bestow an Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy upon such a deserving and wonderful individual,” Mohair said.