Congratulations just doesn’t feel like enough here. saying that miriah ludtke just won miss missouri usa last night doesn’t even begin to tell you how big of an achievement that is! beyond the beauty, miriah is the definition of perseverance! she never stopped believing in herself and she did it with grace and a smile on her face! knowing how hard she has worked and who she was up against makes it even more special. we are so happy we got to know you before the competition and cannot wait to be a part of this next chapter in your life! #inspiring! @miriahl@missmousa
She rocks the crown spotlight 👑✨
we want you to meet the beautiful miss jamaica florida 2018, lawnda jackson.
lawnda is a passionate humanitarian who started the “women can win” foundation to empower women around the world to become educated on s****l transmitted diseases such as hiv/aids and how to protect themselves against tramission of the virus.
lawnda has become so passionate about her humanitarian work that she spends time out in her local community empowering individuals and groups and feed the homeless.
we invite you to go over to her page and follow her journey as she rocks the crown and makes a difference locally and globally.
are you rocking the crown and want to be feature, dm us for details. 📨
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my guest today was@missamerica nm 2012, @misslouisianausa 2015 and placed in the top 10 at #missusa, and she is one of few that has competed at both @missamerica and @missusa. she is a former #nflcheerleader with several dance awards to her name.⠀
she is a graduate of @samhoustonstate university where she earned a bachelor’s degree in #biology and a minor in #communications. after moving to #neworleans she pursued her love for the law and obtained a juris doctor degree from @loynolaw. she currently owns her own law firm in #metairie, #louisiana, where she practices family law, business transactions, and intellectual property law. ⠀
she is a state ambassador and public speaker for the louisiana coalition against #domesticviolence where she shares her story of survival to educate others on domestic/dating violence awareness and prevention.⠀
so glad i was able to finally get @candice_bennatt on the podcast for a conversation! ⠀
in this episode, you will learn:⠀
competing at miss america vs competing at miss usa ((3:15)⠀
what kind of changes she would like to currently see at the national level of miss usa (5:00)⠀
thoughts on miss america pulling the swimsuit competition (8:00)⠀
what it was like to be a big sis to a miss teen usa in katherine haik (12:05)⠀
how she became an nfl cheerleader for the houston texans (14:05)⠀
where the negative stereotype of the words “pageant girl” comes from (17:50)⠀
her domestic violence story (21:35)⠀
plus much more! ⠀