Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA), Bravo’s highest-rated TV show, star Phaedra Parks talks to Seen from the INside about growing up in Georgia, providing the “crazy” in TV entertainment and paying it forward through the Phaedra Foundation. Phaedra was born near Athens, GA to preacher parents which gave her a small-town perspective on life. She was also exposed to women leaders as her aunt is the only woman to have a water park named in her honor in Gainesville, GA. Phaedra has been on RHOA for seven seasons (out of nine total) and says, “The core of what you see on the show is true but it is turned for TV entertainment.” She started Phaedra Foundation and the Save Our Sons program to help provide mentorship to African-American boys. Her work has led her to Washington DC to legislate to get new laws passed to help young boys. You don’t want to miss this entertaining episode!