Guest Bio: Valerie Anselme

Season 1; Episode 4

According to Margaret Wolfe Hungerford “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” What happens when you look at yourself and all you see are flaws? Valerie Anselme of “The Flawed Beauty Project” is looking to change that. She hopes her project will encourage women to embrace their imperfections. “I want to help people embrace who they are no matter what physical flaws they may have,” said Valerie. “No matter how you look you embody beauty.” She feels the media has its own portrayal of what beauty is.

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Guest Bio: Mireille Tushiminina

Season 1; Episode 2

Mireille Tushiminina is 38-year old mother of two who has been living in Braintree, MA since 2008. Mireille was however born in the Democratic Republic of Congo in central Africa. She received an early education in Belgium. Mireille returned to the DRC but left in 1994 to pursue a Bachelors of Science in Biology at Northeastern University. Mireille also studied Medicine at St. Matthews School of Medicine in Cayman Islands, and she has an M.B.A in Healthcare Management from Davenport University.

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Mireille Tushiminina’s Goal Is To Change Lives

Briana Azar

Mireille Tushiminina
Mireille Tushiminina’s came to the United States for education, with a goal of helping women in Africa empower themselves.

Mireille Tushiminina’s name means “light to the moon.”  It describes perfectly how much of a light and treasure she really is.

She came into our television studio wearing a sense of confidence that comes from knowing who you are in the world, what you’ve come from and where you are going.  Mireille opened up in a way that is a producer’s dream. She is honest, reflective, optimistic and willing to push herself to get where she believes she needs to be.

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