Succeeding at a Fast Pace
Now 29, Wickliff has been at Rice University for two years, serving as associate vice provost for academic affairs and strategic initiatives. Having achieved so much so early in life, Wickliff wanted to share his secrets of success with youth, so he wrote “Young and Driven: Overdrive.” The 250-page book outlines step-by-step how to convert big dreams into reality.
Harvard Law grad who made history shares tips for college success
Balancing work, life and school have become increasingly difficult. Motivational speaker and author Dr. Cortlan J. Wickliff, Esq. visits Morning Dose to discuss his new book, “Young and Driven.” He shares tips for achieving personal, career and financial success.
Interview with Roland Martin: Youngest Ever African-American To Graduate From Harvard Law School Discusses Future Plans
Roland Martin talks with Cortlan Wickliff, the youngest African-American to graduate from Harvard Law School. Not to mention, he also started college the week after his fifteenth birthday and is heading to Texas A&M University for his P.H.D.
Young and driven: Aggie engineer and Harvard law grad makes history, makes a difference
Young and driven. Both are words that could describe Dr. Cortlan Wickliff. At 26 years old, Wickliff is an engineer, licensed attorney, business owner, motivational speaker and author. Perhaps more important, however, is his desire to help others and inspire the next generation of thinkers and doers.
Meet Texas' youngest attorney and African American Harvard law graduate, Cortlan Wickliff
A former Pflugerville High student is on a tour to motivate students across more than 20 cities to take their education more seriously. He ends his tour in his home town, watch this interview from the last day of the tour.
Associate Vice Provost motivates students across the state
What exactly does an associate vice provost do? They drive over 4,500 miles across Texas to speak to high school students about building confidence, mental health and applying to college. At least that’s what Cortlan Wickliff (Wiess College ’10), associate vice provost for academic affairs and strategic initiatives, did last November.
Former Pflugerville student a Harvard Law grad at 22
Cortlan Wickliff attended his first college course at 8 years old, when his mom, working on her master’s degree in executive business, would take him along to her classes because she didn’t have a baby sitter. Not long after that, he set his sights on getting a law degree. At 22 he is achieving that goal.
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