Jenna Edwards

Miss Teen All American 1999 / Miss FL 04 / Miss FL USA 07 

Founder, "Queen For A Day" / TV Hostess / Model

Interview / Platform Development / Modeling

NY City

Competing since the age of 7, Jenna has achieved many successes through pageants. From Sunburst International and America's Cover Miss to Miss Teen All American, Miss America and Miss USA, as a judge, competitor, emcee and coach, Jenna has experienced all levels of pageantry. As Miss Florida 2004 and Miss Florida USA 2007, Jenna became only the 3rd woman in the Florida's history to represent the state at both the Miss America and Miss USA competitions. No stranger to the national stage, Jenna also won Miss Teen All American 1999 representing her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi. Jenna believes that pageants are one of the most efficient tools available to young women to gain life skills and to prepare them to reach their fullest potential. She also believes competing is part of a bigger picture and the end result should be about more than simply winning. For instance, as a result of Jenna's childhood pageant competitions, she accumulated a number of tiaras. Jenna used her tiaras to crown pediatric cancer patients as "Queen for a Day" complete with makeovers and manicures, thus beginning the Queen for a Day organization. Queen for a Day is now an international 501c3 non-profit organization utilizing over 200 volunteers through more than 25 local chapters. For more information on Queen for a Day, visit www.qfad.org.

 

 

 

Jenna now works as a business woman, model and commercial actress in New York City and Miami, lending more perspective to her clients' performance, presentation, and packaging. She combines her Communications and English Literature degree from the University of Miami with her pageant, modeling, acting and business experience to guide her clients in developing their interpersonal communication skills, identifying and promoting their strengths, shaping their goals, and empowering their inner-selves. She bases her philosophy of success on the principle that people are attracted to self-contentment above any other characteristic. Ultimately, she defines success beyond pageant titles or awards—rather, success is best found in her clients' personal growth and increased self-understanding that produce the priceless trophy of a well-rounded, focused, and flourishing young woman.

 

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