Wana Duhart is the Founder and CEO of Trahud Enterprises, a collaboration of her professional interests where the primary focus is to create strategic partnerships across the nonprofit, private, public, and religious sectors as a means toward transforming the delivery and efficacy of K-12 public schooling. She is the author of the book entitled, "A Call to the Village: Retooling Public Schools," publishes her own blog, "The VillageSpace," and serves as a freelance writer, commentator, and speaker.
Wana is also a Certified Public Accountant who has almost three decades of professional experiences which extend across sectors. These include serving as a strategist, consultant, business manager, chief financial officer, and accounting manager for entities ranging from a charter school management company, independent K-12 schools, a multinational financial institution, a Big 4 public accounting firm, private corporations, and a public university.
She holds a BBA in Accounting with Honors from Southern Methodist University, MBA in Strategic Planning and Finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Divinity from The Divinity School at Harvard University.
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People, Politics, and Profits: The Ties that Bind Main Street, the Beltway, and Wall Street
by Wana Duhart
Approx. 6,700 words.
Published on March 16, 2012.
This essay is an attempt to provide a look at some of the realities that have evolved as people and organizations reexamine their everyday decisions in the contexts of shifting institutional priorities, changing global dynamics, underfunded public expenditures, and perhaps hidden agendas. The emergence of our new paradigm is also an indication that each sector is inextricably linked to the other.
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