Alexandria Van Dyke is a Spring 2017 graduate from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Education for Sports Management. She is a native of Albany, GA where she graduated as Valedictorian from Monroe Comprehensive High School in 2013. With her 6+ years in the pageant industry, Alexandria has gained experience as a competitor, director, and judge at the local, state, and national levels within the Miss America Organization, Miss Black America System, and the United States of America's Miss Pageants. Along her pageant career, she has earned the titles of Inaugural Girls Incorporated of Albany, GA Service Ambassador 2016, 2017 Omega Ambassador for the Beta Zeta Chapter of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., Miss Black America Athens, GA 2018 under the Miss Black America system, United States of America's Miss Albany 2018, and is the newly crowned Miss Georgia Legacy Crown 2019. Alex promotes her personal platform Georgia GLOW (Girls Leading Our World) on local and state levels through her Princess Boot Camp Workshop, which advocates for female youth development. She also works under Lady Pearl Etiquette Consulting providing Etiquette Courses and Consulting for Debutante and Beautillion Programs throughout Central and Southwest Georgia. In addition to serving as State Director for Modern American Miss Georgia, Alexandria works as a Direct Delivery Assistant at Girls Scouts of Historic Georgia, delivering Girl Scouts programming across Southwest Georgia. She currently serves as Troop Leader for Troop 47010 at Monroe High School and Troop 47031 at Willie J. Williams Middle School of Moultrie, GA.
So far Alexandria Has had the pleasure of judging the 2018-2019 Miss Elberton County Middle School Pageant, the 2018 Miss Beta Zeta Pageant for the Beta Zeta Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and the 2019-2020 Miss Monroe High School Pageant. She has also had the pleasure of working with the contestants of the 2019 Miss Black and Old Gold Delta Delta Pageant who represent the gentlemen of the Delta Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., of which Alexandria had one of her clients win the Miss Black Delta Delta Crown.