Thessalonika Arzu-Embry, a teen prodigy with an IQ of 199, is a sought-after, influential role model for inspiring, mentoring, and empowering others.
She obtained her high school diploma at age 11, a psychology bachelor’s degree at age 14, an MBA at age 16, and she will soon complete her PhD at age 17.
She is a writer as well.
Thessalonika is a best-selling author of five books on subjects ranging from securing justice to financial investing, all of which have inspired a lot of readers.
The Genius Race: What do I Gain for Being Wise? is one of her works. Jump the Education Barrier in the Future, Justice for All and Perspicacious Investing:
High Risk Hedge Fund Methods Revealed are two cases that were resolved.
She also created a program called JUMP that helps students complete college, as quickly as possible, so they can enter society and do the most good.
It’s simple! While most young girls were attending sleepovers and playing video games, Thessalonika was busy studying.
She says her high IQ is only one part of her myriad of talents; She’s also very determined, ambitious, and curious.
She says that at an early age, she was always interested in studying, and so her mom started giving her college textbooks.
She also feels a sense of responsibility to use her intellect in a helpful way to the world’s progress. She comments
I now have the opportunity to significantly and broadly contribute to society.
Thessalonika claims that having a doctorate in aviation psychology will provide her with the skills to work for aviation firms and lessen “human factor mistakes,” or the kinds of issues that frequently result in aircraft crashes.
“A corporation may prevent potentially fatal mistakes in the air by using psychology to identify whether a pilot is irritated, is struggling with stress, or is having other conditions that negatively affect job performance,” she adds.