Robi Nickoli: Southern Beauty

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“I eventually would like to have a Talk Show which features a variety of artists, while at the same time helping the unfortunate,� Robi continues.

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Where She’s From:
Robi Nickoli was born in Dallas, Texas, home of the Mavericks, Cowboys and Stars.
“Dallas is always known for Southern hospitality and wonderful people—the Southern hospitality is something that is something that is near and dear to me because I want to treat people with respect and to be respected,” Robi tells The Black Star News.

Robi now lives in Arizona. “The most important lessons I learned from my parents is to stay strong, have faith, and fight for your beliefs,” she adds. “My family is the source of my foundation and along with the values learned makes me what I am today.”

Robi went to school in Richardson, Texas. “I had many avenues to take before I understood my calling,” she says. “I have worked with special needs children and adults. It has raised my awareness about the troubles that afflict those who are not as fortunate as most of us, which inspires me to be the best I can.”

Where She’s At: “I eventually would like to have a Talk Show which features a variety of artists, while at the same time helping the unfortunate,” Robi continues. “I want to create a balance with philanthropy and community involvement.”

Robi’s first major project was with D’Image magazine. “It proved to me that this dream can become a reality,” she says. “The combination of brainpower and beauty can be an indomitable force,” Robi continues. “This is because beauty brings in the focus and the brainpower keeps the focus there.”
 
So how does this Southern beauty prepare to step out? “I prefer vintage clothing and funky shoes. I wear what looks right for my body type—my favorite scents right now are Still and Live by JLO and Samsara by Guerlain is another great scent.”

Robi’s Words Of Wisdom: “All dreams can come true. It definitely takes hard work and determination to achieve your goals.”
Robi’s Secrets Of Success: “Stay true to yourself and don’t let anyone stand in your way.”
Robi’s Favorite Three Movies: “Sixteen Candles, The Terminator and Hostel.”
Robi’s Favorite Three Books: “The Diary of Anne Frank, To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, and A Time To Kill, by John Grisham.” 
Three Leaders That Inspire Robi: “Martin Luther King, Jr., Maya Angelou and Bill Clinton.”
Robi’s Favorite Cars: “I love muscle cars because they convey an unspoken power and influence. Convertibles are greater for road trips; however I am a biker chick at heart because motorcycles are the quintessential symbol of freedom.”
Robi’s Favorite Music: “There are way too many to mention. I indulge in all genres of music but rock and old school are true to my heart.”
Robi’s Five Favorite Websites: “INFOPLEASE.COM, INTSTYLE.COM, ROLLINGSTONE.COM, MYSPACE.COM and BLACKSTARNEWS.COM.”

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