In 2017, the South Fulton Lifestyle article, “Like Mother, Like Daughter: A Story about Faith, Family, and Legacy,” we learned about a mother-daughter duo of overachievers. The daughter, Ariel Eudovique, had received her Associates of Arts in Mass Communications degree at 17 while still attending high school was pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism to graduate at 19.
Where you are on your educational journey?
In August 2019, I officially completed my Bachelor’s degree and I proudly have the diploma on my wall. I’m still deciding if I’m going to complete my Master’s degree.
What is your “why” for what drives you?
Knowing that I can be a role model for someone else who is like me when I was growing up drives me. My generation and my peers drive me because we are a diverse, passionate and determined group.
Who is the businessperson you want to be in the future?
I’d say Oprah Winfrey meets Ryan Seacrest. Oprah has been a pioneer not only for minority women in entertainment but also for women as entrepreneurs. They’ve been able to use their skill set and apply it to other areas and build an empire. That’s what I plan to do.
What does success look like for you professionally in ten years?
In ten years, I plan to have my own production company, making beautiful, impactful, and hopefully award-winning content. There are other personal endeavors I want to do in the entertainment industry that I want to be successful in. I plan on being accomplished in the real estate realm as well. Beyond money and notoriety, success to me is looking back on all the things I’ve done and knowing that I impacted people’s lives in a positive way and hopefully inspired them to be their best self.