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Real Housewives of Atlanta Star speaks at Alabama State University

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Best known as one of the popular housewives on Bravo's reality show "Real Housewives of Atlanta", Phaedra Parks spoke to students of Alabama State University about leadership, black history month and the steps she's taken to reach success.

Parks was guest speaker of ASU's Student Lecture Series and spoke about the promotion of her new book "Secrets of a Southern Belle and gave the first 100 students at the lecture a free copy.

In "Secrets of a Southern Belle", Parks addresses topics such as fashion, grooming, manners, dating, careers, friendships and more.

A native of Georgia, not only does she star in a Reality show, but she is the managing partner of The Parks Group law firm, a licensed mortician and funeral director, a TV show producer and actor.

Parks is the wife of fitness expert Apollo Nida and she is involved with multiple charities and sits on numerous boards, including the Junior League.

For more information and to read more about her book visit phaedraparks.com.

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