Sarah O’Neal Rush, M.A. adjunct professor, in the College of Arts and Sciences at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area was recently featured in an article on Forbes.com titled “A Man Ahead Of His Time: What Booker T. Washington Understood About Entrepreneurship.”
Rush, a mental health professional, is the great-grandchild of educator and activist Booker T. Washington. She’s a sought-after expert on the topic of empowering underserved urban youth and young adults to help them become strong, active members of their local communities.
Rush was recently featured in Newsweek magazine regarding Black History Month.
Rush has written several books including her most autobiography, Rising Up From The Blood: A Legacy Reclaimed, which chronicles her family lineage. In the Newsweek article, she provided several recommended books to read in celebration of Black History Month.
Read the full article here:
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San Francisco Bay Area’s Sarah Rush Featured in Forbes Magazine
March 1, 2017