I will always say hard work and dedication pays off! After three years of competing, I won my state title and competed for the title of Miss Collegiate America. When not studying for my nursing degree, I promote my passion for our national platform B.R.A.V.E., within literacy education and empowering young people to find their joy in who they truly are. I have spent more than 3000 hours during the last 4 years sharing my passion by volunteering in elementary schools, local charities, and various community events teaching children to value and love others not only because of physical appearances but personality differences as well.
After three years of competing for the title of Miss Collegiate America, she won her first state title, capturing the Miss Georgia Collegiate America 2018 crown and placing in the Top 15 at Miss Collegiate America 2018.
In 2019, she was appointed Miss Rhode Island Collegiate America 2019 and returned to the Miss Collegiate America stage where she won the overall community service award in the Collegiate Division and walked away with the title of Miss Collegiate America 2019.