Co-Lin student wants to own her own business
She’s a mind reader and a model.
Keara Taylor, 16, is from McComb, but has adopted Brookhaven as her new home. She is currently a student at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.
“I’m a business major, but I have plans to join the Air Force once I turn 17.” said Taylor. “Eventually down the road, I want to own my own business.”
While not in school, she’s a hostess at Georgia Blue. In her spare time she models for area retailers.
“I love looking at the pictures after they are done. I feel like my personality fits well for modeling, because I can put a smile on somebody’s face,” said Taylor.
On Sundays, she sings in the choir at St. Mary’s Baptist Church in McComb. After church, she enjoys watching movies and making Rotel dip, which is her faorite food.
An interesting aspect about Taylor is that she said she could read people’s minds.
“I took a psychology class and it’s really helped me understand what and why people do the things they do,” said Taylor. “Teleporting would probably be a great super power to have, so I could get myself out of some awkward situations.”
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