2020 year in review

2020 was a trying year for everyone. How I raise awareness changed, events changed, the world changed. However these are still parts of this year that I cherish and that were AMAZING! Some highlights of 2020: Emceeing and walking in the Pageant Event Spoke in 2 countries Won a Best In Pageantry Award Appearing at 13 in-person Winter Carnival events […]

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What’s Next? Miss Tourism!

Happy World Tourism day 2020. In honor of the day I am announcing some exciting news with the world. I will be representing Canada at the next Miss Tourism World pageant! Yes that is right I am Miss Tourism World Canada 2020/21, and will be competing on a major international stage. Now you may be asking “why Miss Tourism?”, and […]

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October 2018- Month in Review

This October turned out to be more then it was expected to be. October has helped me get one step closer to passing a bylaw in the schools and has helped get my message of Be Someone’s Hero, Not a Bystander to even more people!   October 2nd- I want to wish Michelle Becker one of the 2 directors of […]

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July 2018- Month in Review

What better month to start my new blogging series? Every month from now on I will do a month in review, a recap of my favorite appearances, charity work, achievements, travel, life events and more. July has been a dream come true! This July has been one to remember. I started the month as Miss MRI Canada, and ended it […]

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Year in Review

As we all know, when the clock strikes midnight tonight 2016 will be over, and 2017 will begin. While I know of some exciting news about 2017 that I have yet to share, and I am super excited for 2017. It is time to look back on my 2016! So without further a-do…     January 2016 January 2016, not […]

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My Story: Not just a Pageant Queen

I was born with a severe speech impediment; no one could understand what I was saying. My parents were told that I may never speak like everyone else, and may never be understood by most people. On my first day of school I was looked at oddly when I struggled to speak and be understood. I had to learn some […]

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