Asil Teuolliac, Publisher & Managing Editor

Asil Teuolliac is a creative writer, who some have described as “an idea machine.” Her song lyrics are inspirational and often deep. The creativity and prolific writing ability she puts into her lyrics spills over into many other areas. Like the screenplays she has written. One of her screenplays is so moving, it has actually brought people to tears. At a very young age, Asil wrote a creative play that was performed to rave reviews. She also wrote a soap opera which she produced and promoted. Her strong belief that African Americans can do anything, led her to write a beautiful, moving children’s book. Now she has coupled her creative spirit with her dedication and commitment to the uplifting and appreciation of the Black experience, our Black ancestors and our Black stories, into the creation and publication of the one-of-a-kind, unique Mae Magazine.

Emma Young, MAE Senior Editor

Emma loves to do nothing better than write. After writing for advertising agencies, such as Leo Burnett and Burrell for a lot of years, she retired and began writing for herself. She wrote three memoirs, the most important about George O’Hare, a recovering racist who became the greatest proponent of civil rights ever., entitled “Confessions of a Recovering Racist.” She also wrote a children’s book, “It’s good to be me” to instill pride in your Black children.  The movie script she co-wrote, “The Soul of Harmony” is still being shopped. You’ll find her articles to be very opinionated, which she is – but she always welcomes feedback from readers.