Mutual of America Life Insurance Company Appoints Trinidadian to its Board of Directors

Mutual of America Life Insurance Company, which specializes in providing retirement products and related services to organizations and their employees, as well as to individuals, announced the appointment of Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick to its Board of Directors.

(CLICK FOR BIGGER) Learn more about his amazing story as Dr. Frederick presents "Success is Powered by Education". This FREE lecture on American higher education via the Bridgetown U.S. Embassy, Wed. 7th October at 7:00 pm at the LESC on 2 Mile Hill.

(CLICK FOR BIGGER) Learn more about his amazing story as Dr. Frederick presents “Success is Powered by Education“. This FREE lecture on American higher education via the Bridgetown U.S. Embassy, Wed. 7th October at 7:00 pm at the LESC on 2 Mile Hill.

A native of Port of Spain, Trinidad, Dr. Frederick is the 17th President of Howard University in Washington D.C., a world-renowned academic and research institution committed to academic excellence and access to an affordable education. Prior to his appointment as President, he served as Interim President, Provost and Chief Academic Officer, Associate Dean in the College of Medicine, Division Chief in the Department of Surgery, Director of the Cancer Center and Deputy Provost for Health Sciences.

Thomas Moran, Chairman and CEO of Mutual of America says, “Dr Frederick’s leadership and extensive experience in the education and healthcare sectors, keen understanding of the challenges facing our country and dedicated service to ensure the betterment of society, will be an asset to the Company…”

A triple alumnus of Howard University, Dr. Frederick earned a Bachelor of Science and a Doctor of Medicine and completed his surgical residency training at Howard University Hospital. Dr. Frederick is proud of his Caribbean heritage and is a great example of how hard work and dedication can reap success no matter your background.

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