Ep 10: “What helps me as a working mom is fusing what is common” - Rechelle Jacobs

"There I was working full-time and I was a Masters student and I was pregnant with my second child ... what worked for me there was fusing what is common."

In this episode of Hungry Woman at Work, Nevelia Moloi chats to Rechelle Jacobs, a statistics lecturer at the University of Western Cape.

As a woman in academia, who is also doing her PhD, Rechelle knows all about the working-mom hustle. She shares how fusing what's common has helped her, and how she's gone from humble beginnings to a woman thriving in her field.

She also reflects on #FeesMustFall, the student movement that has had a huge impact on higher education in South Africa.

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