- A Nigerian-American lady has taken to social media to announce a surprising switch in her career pursuit
- Chetanna Okwaraji who had worked in the US military as a Second Class Petty Officer is now in pharmacy school
- Chetanna, while stating that the career transition is a miracle, said she looks forward to what the future has in store for her
Chetanna Okwaraji, a Nigerian-American, has called it quits on her time with the US Navy.
The beautiful lady of Igbo descent interestingly took the decision in order to pursue a career in pharmacy.
In a LinkedIn post on Wednesday, September 8, the young lady said her career switch was a miraculous one.
Now in pharmacy school, she expressed excitement at what the future holds for her.
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"Transitioning from the U.S. Navy to Pharmacy school has been nothing short of miracle. I am so grateful to God for the opportunity to serve my country and how far I have come in my career.
"Excited to see what the future holds for me."
Her role in the US Navy
According to her LinkedIn description, Chetanna was a Second Class Petty Officer in the US military.
Her roles include participating in and supporting military and combat operations.
People celebrate her
Shaina Moore remarked:
"Congratulations! This has been your dream since I met you in boot camp and I am so proud of you for making it come true! Wishing you the best!!!"
Julie Gilbert wrote:
"Way to go! I joined the Navy while in pharmacy school. Proud to say I was a Navy pharmacist. Best wishes to you."
Adeleye Temitope said:
"Congratulations! All the best in your future endeavours "
Ted Cohodes commented:
"You made it through the U S Navy; pharmacy school will be a "walk in the park" in comparison. I'm a retired pharmacist who enjoyed 45+ years behind various pharmacy counters, owned 3 stores of my own in my prime years, and finished the last 5 years teaching pharmacy.
"I've seen many military veterans become great pharmacists and managers. Your discipline level will set you apart in your classes and your career..."
Lady switches from being a doctor to an investor
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a COVID-19 survivor had shared how she switched from being a doctor to an investor.
The Nigerian lady voluntarily gave up her medical license to pursue a career in finance.
Brown, now founder of a leading African healthcare investment company, said many people were awe-struck when they learnt a well-read medical doctor was studying for a Masters in Finance and Economics.
According to her narration, the untimely demise of her younger sister made her see the need to invest in untapped African healthcare as she became very much aware of the challenges and was determined to be a part of the solution.