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Natasha Gallop


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Natasha Michelle Gallop is a 28 year old Newark, New Jersey native. She is an actress, singer, songwriter and nomad of sorts. Currently Natasha is working on transitioning from theatre to the film industry. She is representing the state of Georgia in this years Miss Black America pageant and is excited for the activist work that this platform may assist with. Natasha completed her undergraduate studies at Paine College in Augusta Georgia, where she was a presidential scholar on a fully funded four year academic scholarship. She graduated from Paine in 2012 and earned not only a degree in Mass Communications, but also the highly sought after Presidents Award. Immediately following, she attended The Catholic University of America in Washington DC to obtain her Master of Fine Arts in Acting. Throughout her academic career, Natasha has been a member of the Alpha Kappa Mu Honors Society, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc, and has been afforded the chance to sit on Paine College’s royal court. She also had the honor of being crowned Miss Black & Gold for Eta Alpha’s Chapter of Alphi Phi Alpha fraternity Inc. In her professional career, Natasha has had the pleasure of being a Standardized Patient for the medical students of George Washington University. She has also had the honor of being a company member with inclusive interactive theatre company Dog and Pony DC as well as Only Make Believe DC. The later, being a non profit organization that performs shows with children in care facilities in the greater DC, Maryland and Virginia area. One of Natasha’s most prized experiences was her involvement with Kaiser Permanente’s Theatre Education program, where she and other actor facilitators were sent out to public schools in the local Baltimore area to do workshops on anti-bullying, the signs of healthy vs unhealthy relationships, and self esteem development. This pageant is more than just a title for Natasha. This is the next phase of Natasha’s life long journey towards activism and change for her community.

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    July 22, 1990

  • Georgia, United States

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Pageant Platform

Her platform for young black men was inspired by her own childhood. Being raised by a single father in the 90’s was something very rare particularly because the justice system usually didn’t side with fathers seeking full sole custody of a child, especially in Newark, NJ. Despite those odds, Natasha’s father did what was necessary and made what seemed impossible, happen for himself. Though this journey is specifically Mr Gallop’s alone, he did not get to the finish line without help. It was not without the help of a government funded “Young Father’s Program” ran by a Mr Charles Dixon. This program helped Natasha’s father, even though at the age of 25 he was considered “too old” to participate. The cut off age of this program and many others is on average 22years old, but there are so many young men in need of help well beyond the age of 22. This program offered conflict resolution classes, father’s rights classes, basic child care classes and those are just a few very helpful things that the program offered. This program ran from 1987 to about 2013 or so. Over the course of its run, Natasha’s father and more than 8,000 other men were assisted in finding quality long term work, and invaluable help. Could you imagine if every HBCU in the country participated in a program like this for years to come? Ever expanding and changing to meet the needs of its community? We would have such an exponential leap in progress. It would be well worth the wait and work.

What is the Occupation of Natasha Gallop

Actress, Singer/Song Writer, Standardized Patient, and Bartender

Which School Did Natasha Gallop Attend?

Paine College/ The Catholic University of America

What is the Nationality of Natasha Gallop

African American