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Beteal Mahari & David Watts - Exclusive Interview - Fri- Apr 7, 2017 - 6:00 pm

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My name is Beteal Mahari I was born in September 4th graduated with degree in International Relations studied at the United States International University My Parents moved to Kenya during the war in Eritrea to save their lives and I and my brother were born in Kenya Nairobi as a refugees As a young Child I have always been Keen and interested in TV and Theater that's why I took up theater classes in middle school was in plays like Romeo and Juliet I played Juliet I did acting all the way until High school was in Christian stories we would act out the Bible stories the one iv done the most is The Christmas story during the birth of Jesus Christ I played Mary, I also took part in theater while in University, Moved to Dubai to follow one of her dreams to become a flight attendant with the No one Award winning Airlines Emirates Airlines and flew to over 64 countries around the world, while I lived in Dubai I did Improve classes called the Desert monologues at the court yard Play House I did a monologue of Iphigenia who begs her father to not kill her its a play Based on the Greek Mythology who was the Daughter of a king and Queen. 

2nd Guest

David Watts is a PHD Candidate with the Institute For Social Interaction. His field of Study is Formulathetics, this if the study of Non Verbal Communication and paralinguistics between various Ethnic groups. Outside of his academic work,he is a father of 5 children and 1 grandson. an avid photographer, he loves comedies and wants everyone to enjoy life to the fullest extent possible. I  One thing David says he knows for sure: We can ALL live happier, richer and healthier lives if we are willing to challenge our beliefs about who we THINK we are and what we are capable of accomplishing.