About Dr. Wanda
Dr. Wanda Evans-Brewer is an overseas educator, scholar practitioner, and contingent labor activist who has written on contingency and student debt crisis. With 27 years of experience, she has been quoted widely and is featured in two documentaries on the contingent labor crisis in the US, Adjuncts In Agony and Professors in Poverty. Currently, she is the Ambassador of Special Children Special People located in Kampala Uganda as well as a Resource Coordinator to Alpha & Omega and Bhekithemba
Primary Schools in South Africa and the School Liaison for Buguza Secondary School in Tanzania. You can find Dr. Wanda, teaching at Concordia University Chicago and public speaking as part of the "Ancestral Birthright Tour."
A self-described Synergist, Dr. Evans-Brewer is able to collaborate with individuals and groups facilitating with the sole belief that two things work better together than either one could alone. She believes that Synergy is power. It moves, it motivates, and it inspires. It lays a foundation whereby individuals develop the inner-strength and determination to replace fear, procrastination with a new life plan.
Beyond academics, Dr. Evans-Brewer has serviced at-risk youth since 1997. She has a long history of providing mentoring. She is the founder of a not-for profit: Purple Rain: Girls Overcoming Abuse, a mentoring group used to provide outreach to girls’ and women involved in intimate partner abuse.
Mother of four, outside of the classroom, you can find Wanda consulting, writing, public speaking, developing media projects, and organizing programs that encourage enrichment, improved self-esteem, and life management skills.