Bravotv.com: How did you feel going into the reunion?
Phaedra Parks: There is always a level of anxiety before the reunion. Much like the first day of school, you don’t know what to expect so you hope for the best but anticipate the worst.
Bravotv.com: What's the latest with the Phaedra Foundation?
PP: We continue to work and support the Flint, Michigan community. I am excited to announce the Phaedra Foundation is launching its summer camp program in Atlanta. The foundation is excited to be collaborating with civil rights icon, former United Nations Ambassador, and former mayor of Atlanta Andrew Young and his brother, also a civil rights activist, professor, and renowned dentist Dr. Walter Young. The Young family has created a "home" for the Phaedra Foundation at their southwest Atlanta YMCA, which is the pulse of that community. The Phaedra Foundation is also committed to co-creating an Ambassador Circle of Influence and supporting sustainable workforce development, women's programming, and social advocacy empowerment. For more information on our upcoming programs and events, please visit our website at www.phaedrapfoundation.org.
Bravotv.com: Were you surprised Kenya did not want to pray with you?
PP: As a Christian, I’m always open to a prayer request, however, Kenya’s decision to not want to pray just shows you where her heart lies.