About Samantha

Samantha Sewell has been speaking, competing and changing the world since 2015. In 2015 Samantha entered her first pageant, where she won. Samantha quickly learned the power of a crown and a sash, speaking to hundreds of people in her first year of being an advocate.  Soon Samantha founded the “Be Someone’s Hero, Not a Bystander” movement, where she presents the importance of not being a bystander to children worldwide.  In 2016, Samantha brought Live Out Loud Charity to Canada with her Mom. Knowing first hand the struggles of being bullied and feeling alone Samantha became the first Canadian Ambassador for the charity. In 2017 Samantha won a Global ChangeLeader award for her story and work with Be Someone’s Hero Not a Bystander, presented to her by Kelly Lovell. Since 2015 Samantha has attended and Volunteered at over 500 events Worldwide!



 To book Samantha for your event email, sewellspeaker@gmail.com!


Samantha is Trained with the LOLC Leadership Academy 


Samantha’s Pageant Titles:

Miss Royalty International 2020

MRI International Fashion Model 2019

MRI Miss North America 2019

Miss International Volunteer 2019

Ultimate Miss Worldwide Canada 2018-2020

Miss MRI Canada 2018

Miss Worldwide Teen Canada 2017

Miss Teen Galaxy Canada 2016

Miss Teen Social Media 2015

Miss Teenage Okanagan 2015


Samantha’s Pageant Awards:

Miss Royalty International Fashion Model 2020 (highest fashion score age 13+)

Top Finalist International Runway Model (Gown ages 13+)

Top Finalist International Role Model (age 13+) 2020

Best Application (Miss) 2020

Best Fashion Outfit (Miss) 2020

 Top 12 Most Inspiring Miss, Positive Pageantry Awards 2018

Miss Royalty International 2019 1st Runner-up

Top 5 International Role Model (age 13+) 2018

International Peoples Choice (overall) 2016

Most Inspiring Pageant Queen Finalist 2016

 Best International (Out of UK) Pageant Queen Finalist 2016


Awards Samantha Won: 

Global Change Leader 2017, Strength and Identity

Principal’s Choice Award Grad 2016

Community Leader Finalist, Vernon BC 2016

SD22 Vernon District Project Scholarship Winner 2016

Grade 8 Citizen of the year


As seen in:

Bikers Against Bullying (Canada)

Santa Claus Anonymous website

Crowns Magazine

The Power of YOUth, by Kelly Lovell

lě bloom kids Magazine

Sprinkle Kids Magazine

Natural Sparkle Magazine

Okanagan Woman Magazine


1 Comment »

  1. Wow Vernon has there very own National Star, so cool. My child went to a School where you spoke at and came home in tears, saying how happy he was that someone else has trouble speaking. My son has DYSARTHRIA and it has infected not only his speech but his friends, and his social life. He is now in fifth grade and is bullied, and as he explained you were too. He can home that day and told me that everything was going to be okay because the “queen” was just like him. Once I calmed down his excitement and got him to explain it to me it all became clear. You changed his life. He tells me he talked to you after and you understood every word, which is usually difficult (even for me). Thank you, you have changed our life’s forever. I am overly thrilled that you are sharing this platform as there are millions of children ,like my son, suffering in silence from this horrible Impediment!! He haven’t stopped talking about you and telling you to leave a message, about what your message and speech meant to him. SO THANK YOU SAMANTHA. You have saved my son, from the feeling of being alone in his struggle. THANK YOU.


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