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Being Crowned Mrs. Florida International

Being Crowned Mrs. Florida International

With my husband Russ by my side along with our 3 children, last weekend was a very exciting time as the day I have worked so hard for over the past year came to fruition. The weekend entailed a great deal of preparation along with substantial interviews as judges worked hard to make a clear […]

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Safe Kids Day In Boston

Safe Kids Day In Boston

The event took place at Boston Children’s Hospital this past Saturday and with booths set up to touch on everything from concussions to carseat safety, attendees really got a good look at what Boston Children’s tagline truly exemplifies…Until every child is well. Teaming up with Safe Kids Worldwide for this Safe Kids Day, I was so […]

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Safety Around Water With The

Safety Around Water With The “Y”

Did you know that drowning is the leading cause of death for children ages 1-4 in Florida? According to statistics from the YMCA enough children in Florida drown each year to fill 4 classrooms. This week I was asked to be a part of the unveiling of a “full court” press initiative put on by […]

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Graceful In Gladys Magazine

Graceful In Gladys Magazine

What an honor to be featured in Gladys Magazine’s latest issue as one of their Top 10 Most Inspiring Moms! Highlighting the last decade of my life as a wife, mom and pageant participant, Gladys did a fantastic job giving readers a brief glimpse inside what motivates me to do what I do and who […]

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Bike Safety At Eagle Ridge Elementary

Bike Safety At Eagle Ridge Elementary

It was a “biking to school safety” event at Eagle Ridge Elementary in Coral Springs. Local officers were on hand to ensure that students knew the proper protocol for wearing helmets and the importance of having one on as well. These little ones were so interested in understanding the rules of the road and how […]

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An All White Kind Of Night For Charity

An All White Kind Of Night For Charity

Taking place at Vibe Las Olas in Ft. Lauderdale, the guests of the night arrived wearing white and the evening was all in the name of raising awareness for CAP…Concussion Awareness and Prevention.  Brook Burke and I took the reins as the hostess’s for this soiree and had a terrific time meeting and greeting all […]

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Game Ball Presenter & Cap Recognition

Game Ball Presenter & Cap Recognition

It was the last game of the season for the Miami Heat as they took on the Orlando Magic for fan appreciation night. I was honored to be the Game Ball Presenter at Monday night’s game where the Heat took the win 100-93. The night was made even more special when CAP, my pet project, […]

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In Las Vegas For Safe Kids Worldwide

In Las Vegas For Safe Kids Worldwide

In an effort to broaden my outreach I am teaming up with Safe Kids Worldwide coalitions and/or chapters across the country as part of my advocacy for their organization and as Mrs. South Florida International. Last weekend I attended a car seat safety checkpoint in Las Vegas and learned a very important tip from these […]

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Shuzz Art Fashion Show

Shuzz Art Fashion Show

This passed weekend I had the great honor of emceeing the Shuzz Art Fashion Show. The Shuzz Fund now in its fifth year is a non-profit organization that distributes shoes around the world to children in impoverished countries and here domestically to back to school and athletic programs. The show took place at Mizner Park […]

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A Road To Hope...Stop Sex Trafficking Today

A Road To Hope…Stop Sex Trafficking Today

The epidemic across America is real. Many of you have heard about it and many people choose not to believe it, but the truth is Shared Hope International reports that 30% of sheltered youth and 70% of street youth are victims of commercial sexual exploitation. These days I spend my Monday’s volunteering at Grace Place […]

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