She's ebony in color, made of soft, pose-able vinyl, has rooted hair and eyelashes, and resembles Mattel's vintage Christie. She's Shindana's first fashion doll, Wanda Career Girl and stands a diminutive 9 inches.
Shindana's attempt to educate children and inspire career goals and aspirations through the dolls, toys, and games they manufactured was certainly successful with Wanda Career Girl. Wanda plays an important role in doll history, too. She is the first multi-career-oriented fashion doll mass produced by a black-owned company in America.
1972 | 9.5 inches height