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Bio


ADRIANA LOYA

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Bio


ADRIANA LOYA

 

Going back to my growing up years in the 16-hundred resident border town of Columbus, NM, I quickly foresaw the limited opportunities my dirt-road surroundings would provide. So I took a leap of faith and moved to the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, on my own, after I graduated High School at 16 years old. 

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It was the summer of 2009 that opened a book of challenges, goal, fails, doubts, and successes that have only grown and reconstructed themselves ever since. You see, Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, MX was the city that welcomed me to this world by my amazing Mexican born and raised parents. But it was a hot summer night, after calling my mom crying for over a week, in the middle of a city that I had just moved to-- where I would get funny looks for simply saying 'excuse me' or 'please'-- that I realized this was only the beginning of many tests I had to pass, just to be the first in my family to attend and graduate a university. 

I've always had my eye for the TV world. Like every little girl, I wanted to just be on TV, by dancing, acting, singing, hosting, you name it. That was me. I wanted to be a little person in the magical box with a glass screen.  A group of friends and me even started a rock bandI played the guitar and was learning piano. Our plan was; start playing, finish high school and move to Mexico City to enroll in CEA.  

Things changed over the years. I started to understand that my future was limited to the narrowed job opportunities

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While in Phoenix I undertook many roles, from a Service Manager at McDonalds to a Wells Fargo teller, from attending modeling and acting school to being a vihuela player for Mariachi Rubor; all while being a full-time student. I like learning new things and dedicate my all to anything I sets my mind to.

 
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Ride to Live


"I can't imagine a person becoming a success who doesn't give this game of life everything he's got." - Walter Cronkite

Ride to Live


"I can't imagine a person becoming a success who doesn't give this game of life everything he's got." - Walter Cronkite