‘Real Housewives of Potomac’ newcomer Wendy Osefo dishes on Season 5 tension, why women can ‘have it all’

EXCLUSIVE: Dr. Wendy Osefo is treading in uncharted waters.

The highly sought after political analyst, professor and entrepreneur never expected to find herself as the newest cast member of “The Real Housewives of Potomac” and yet here she is.

The mother of three and Johns Hopkins University lecturer has seen her life’s trajectory skyrocket since she served as the Director of Family and Community Engagement under President Barack Obama and even more so since she penned an op-ed during the vote tally of the 2016 presidential election which had gone viral by the time she awakened the morning after.

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“That was in 2016 and my phone hasn’t stopped ringing since,” the 36-year-old said of her foray into becoming a political commentator.

Now, in joining the Bravo universe for Season 5 of the wildly popular reality series, Osefo is making a point to not only project her true and authentic self but to show women around the world that through determination they can have it all.

But being completely real oftentimes comes at a steep price and Osefo has made a career out of “owning” her takes.

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