Alabama's Pride, Mae Riley

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Mae Riley

 

Where She's From: This beautiful model hails from Tuskegee, Alabama. She currently resides in Montgomery. Her passion is to combine brains with "god's blessings to her" in order to conquer the world.  You check out her picture and you be the judge if you have any doubts.

Already armed with a degree in computer science Mae will pursue a degree in Pre-law.

Where She's At: Mae has just started modeling and again we refer you to her photograph. She has already created quite a buzz. She also sings and acts.

Where She's Headed: "I envision a bright future for myself," Mae tells The Black News. "I plan to do runway, commercial, and print work. I would also like to appear in films, videos, and on television."

Mae will soon have posters and other items with her image on them for sale to her fans. "I hope to put Alabama on the map," she says.

Mae's Words of Wisdom: "My advice to other models and actresses is to do your best in everything that you do. If it is worth doing, then it is worth doing right."

Mae's Secret To Success: "Setting goals and working toward them. Be willing to work hard and learn to work smart."

Mae's Personal Philosophy: "To be respected you must show respect."

For more information about Mae please visit: www.maeriley.com or www.myspace.com/maeriley

 

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