The recent blush and rose gold craze has caught up with me.
In honor of a new Miss Seven Rivers being crowned later today and my three year anniversary from my crowning, I found it only fitting to feature one individual who made that year and every pageant experience since then so special, my (real) sister.
I've hit my one year marker working as a Multi-Media Journalist.
Many times young women utilize the Miss America Organization as a stepping stone towards their educational goals.
Let me preface this by saying if someone would have told me six years ago when I began competing in the Miss America Organization that I would be blessed with multiple titles...
The Miss America Organization and Miss Wisconsin Scholarship Program are much more than pageants, they're networking systems, confidence boosters, and an avenue to form community partnerships.
Exploration, engagement, and capturing the essence of the area were the main focus of my short trip to Manitowoc earlier this month.
The job of a titleholder within the Miss America Organization (MAO) is comprised of much more than what meets the eye (yes, it’s a job).
I absolutely love getting to share Sisterhood Spotlight features with all of you. Whether you're involved with the Miss America Organization and know some of these incredibly young women or are skeptical about the program, the purpose of these posts is to shed light on the positive aspects and benefits the scholarship program creates. This … Continue reading Sisterhood Spotlight: MeKenzie Lund
Determined, energetic, and passionate are in my opinion, three fitting adjectives to describe Jennie Collins; she is the epitome of what this organization stands for. She was determined to represent her home town, is passionate about giving back to her community, and possesses an indescribable energy towards life. I was lucky enough to share my … Continue reading Sisterhood Spotlight: Jennie Collins