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To The Stars Through Adversity

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Mary Millben, whose rise to fame continues to soar, is rapidly making a name for herself in the entertainment industry. A Helen Hayes Award nominee and former White House presidential appointee for President George W. Bush, Mary has been a featured soloist at the White House, the Kennedy Center, on stages in Europe and across Asia. Mary has been a featured soloist for events hosting President Barack Obama, President George W. Bush, The Honorable Queen Noor, Dr. Maya Angelou, Pulitzer Prize author David McCullough, Mr. Bill Cosby, and others. During the 2012 Presidential Election, Mary was the featured soloist for President Barack Obama at the George Mason University rally in Fairfax, Virginia on Oct. 5th, 2012 and a featured soloist for President Obama and guests at a private event held in McLean, VA late July 2012. Christmas 2011, Mary was invited by the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama and sang as a featured soloist for the White House Holiday Season. Mary made her New York theatre debut at the Westchester Broadway Theatre starring as Nina Mae McKinney in Ray Roderick’s Gershwin musical ‘S Wonderful' and starred in 'Sophisticated Ladies' with Broadway legend Maurice Hines at Arena Stage in Washington D.C. 

Mary is a Global Ambassador for Education Africa and known advocate for Education Choice. 

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