I remember being a little girl watching amazing women, including my sister compete for the title of Miss New York. I never knew that I would one day have the opportunity to walk in their footsteps and strive to obtain a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Being apart of the Miss America Organization has helped shape me into the young woman I am today. I was much more of a shy, insecure, and full of fears young girl before competing. Competing within this system has helped me with that. Each time that I stepped foot on the stage it forced me to face my fears and allowed me the opportunity to learn that I am beautiful, capable, and deserving of any opportunity within this amazing system.
Please join me for the Miss New York Pageant.
Preliminary Night One - Friday, May 26th at 7PM - $50
Preliminary Night Two - Saturday, May 27th at 7PM - $50
Final Night and Crowning - Sunday, May 28th at 3PM - $55
Special 3-Show Combo Package: $120 (a $35 savings!)
Please help me win people's choice and represent the best borough on earth by earning Brooklyn a spot in the Miss New York pageant semi-finals. $1.00 counts as one vote and you can vote as many times as you want at the link below. Thank you for your support in advance!
Miss Brooklyn 2017
Location: College of Staten Island 2800 Victory Blvd. Staten Island, NY 10314
Date: Tuesday, May 30, 2017
This is my last semester at the College of Staten Island and I will be graduating with a Bachelor's in Social Work in a few short weeks. I am grateful to have been the recipient ofnumerous scholarships which has allowed me to continue my education at ease with out having to worry about finances. I have been on the dean's list for four consecutive years and this past January I was inducted into the Tau Omega chapter of the Phi Alpha Honor society. Which is the National Honor Society for Social Work. Throughout, my time in college I was a Research Assistant in the English department, a Resident Assistant in the Residence Halls, a Peer Educator in the Health and Wellness center and a CUNY Service Corps Member. Additionally, I had to complete 480 field hours as a Social Work intern in an after school program in East New York, Brooklyn. I facilitated a girls to women group, a peer education group and a high-school freshman and sophomore peer group. I also provided one on one counseling, as needed.
I am pleased to say that the College of Staten Island has prepared me well for the future and I aspire to become a Social Worker in a hospital setting. I will be attending Columbia University this upcoming fall to pursue a Masters degree in Social Work.
The sixty-eighth Commencement of the College of Staten Island will take place on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. This College‑wide ceremony will be held outdoors on the Great Lawn at 9:30 a.m., rain or shine. (Should be about 2 hours).
No actual tickets are needed, come one come all!
Here is the link for information for guests:
Departmental exercises to honor graduating majors will be held by academic departments immediately following the College-wide commencement ceremony as well. Since I am graduating from the school of Social Work all of my guests will be instructed to go to the School of Business (3N) outdoors for this exercise. I also have a nice surprise for my guests that will be attending!