What does it mean to be professional? Is it going to college? It is your position at a company? All of it is arbitrary and based on systems created by people we will never meet. If you look up the definition, it's simply having the skill to be a professional, and being a professional is belonging to a profession. So, technically, anyone can be a professional as long as you call what you do a profession.
I can do almost anything and everything. I have more skills than I could list, although I did attempt to list them on my resume. Mostly, I'm a problem solver.
I got my B.S. degree in 2019 from Cornell University. I majored in Education and Public Health. I then got my M.A. in Developmental Psychology in 2022 from CUNY SPS.