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October 1, 2007

Alek Wek In The Cafe with Mocha

On Wednesday September 19th I had the utmost pleasure of hosting Ms. Alek Wek In the Café. We had a wonderful chat discussing her latest project “Alek, From Sudanese Refugee to International Supermodel. She was everything I hoped she would be, poised, witty, and very sharp. It was refreshing to speak with someone who lives such a privileged life, but still manages to be so down to earth and humble. Perhaps it is her memory of where she is coming from that keeps her grounded, or quite likely her vision of where she is going.

This Supermodel, Entrepreneur, Designer and now Author was simply radiant as she shared with us her humble beginnings, her love of family and the importance of following your own path. “Don’t let nobody tell you that you cant do something”, she said as she recalled being turned down for numerous jobs in her early years of modeling. She also spoke of having a meager “go-see” wardrobe while the other new models in the agency received wardrobe stipends to go to their appointments. To all of the hardships that she overcame, she credits having a strong family and great friends. “I don’t walk around thinking, oh I’m so beautiful and oh I’m so brilliant. That would be silly, I am just me and I am using my voice to help others and to make a difference”.

But beautiful and brilliant you are Ms. Alek and the pleasure was all ours. To see the Interview in its entirety please go to http://www.theoraclegroup.net and click on Book of the Month

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3 Comments »

  1. I attended the event. It was great. I think she is more beatiful in person. The organizers did a fantastic job for putting this together.

    Comment by June Owens — October 1, 2007 @ 11:44 pm | Reply

  2. Word, that taping was fierce. I got to be part of a television show and get my book signed, keep me informed, Ill be at all of these functions

    Comment by Michelle — October 4, 2007 @ 3:06 am | Reply

  3. alek wek is the most beautiful person i ever met.

    Comment by theoraclegroup — December 15, 2008 @ 12:16 am | Reply


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