Featured in series #QueensBehindTheScenes by Miss Central Jersey 2020, Ariel Staffin on FB

August 21, 2020

The story by Miss Central Jersey, Ariel Staffin was featured today on FB, Friday, 21 August and it is listed under "Blog" where you can read the full story!.

Human Trafficking presentation, click on image or the "click" button to watch training video.

August 19, 2020

This is my social impact initiative and something that I am very passionate about and I will continue to educate as many or as few as I can.  It was my honor to have spoken to moms of autistic children and teens themselves on the spectrum by empowering them and giving them the tools to be safe, alert, aware, and vigilant against predators!  Thank you Hallie Murray for inviting me.  If anyone is looking for someone to speak to your company, school, faculty, police department, mentoring organization, etc, please reach out.  Click on image or the "click" button to watch the training video.

Webinar on Human Trafficking

August 19, 2020

Thank you Hallie Murray for the invitation! Honored & excited to be working with the

Autism Success Foundation in hosting a webinar on Human Trafficking, especially as we are continuing with a virtual modality for the rest of the year. Parents & Students, I can’t express to you enough how important this information is. Joining us is free of charge, but we would appreciate if you could register using the link below. #dc #rva #humantrafficking #prevention #advocacy #awareness #autismawareness #education #demandanend

Miss America Organization featured me on their FB page

July 21, 2020

Featured on Miss America Organization FB page where they shared my scholarship story: Andolyn Medina has been involved in the Miss America Organization for 8 years. In 2012, Andolyn served as Miss Virginia’s Outstanding Teen, where she earned a four-year tuition scholarship to Hollins University (although she graduated in three. )

Throughout her time in Miss America and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen, Andolyn’s scholarship assistance totals $137,300.

Beyond the classroom, Andolyn is a recently commissioned Naval Officer, and upon completion of her PsyD from George Washington University, she aspires to become a navy psychologist.

Now, Andolyn is a candidate for Miss District of Columbia 2021, promoting her social impact initiative: “Demand an End: Stop Child Exploitation Human Trafficking." Through her work with "Demand an End," Andolyn has worked and volunteered with national organizations such as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and National Center for Victims of Crime, as well as the Georgia-based national initiative Demand an End.


Miss District of Columbia Scholarship Program

for other updates with titleholders from our nation's capital.

Hollins University

The George Washington University

U.S. Navy

Miss Virginia Organization

National Children's Alliance

July 21, 2020

Thank you Sierra for having me and for the invitation to be a part of your podcast "Sisterhood Across States". it was an honor to be apart of the discussion and to have been able to discuss and share my experience as a candidate for Miss District of Columbia, and discuss my social initiative and impact statement, "Demand an End, Stop Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking".  Click on image to watch video or on the "Click Here" button

Miss Virginia's Outstanding Teen 2019 & 2020 catches up with Miss Virginia's Outstanding Teen 2012 Andie

July 03, 2020

Words from Morgan Rhudy, "A powerful conversation with Miss Virginia's Outstanding Teen 2012. Check it out! In the interview, you'll hear me say that Andie is really making the most of her time here on earth, and I really just don't know how else to describe it to y'all. So wise, so elegant, and so ambitious. 

Andie Tomasa

Your work is changing lives and I'm so proud you're a part of this sisterhood. Thank you for your mentorship over the years."


Honored to be featured today on Miss Virginia's Outstanding Teen 2019, Morgan Rhudy

to catch up about life, mental health during the times of COVID-19, black lives matter, military psych, and life during and after the crown. Thank you, Morgan, for having me and for sharing your platform.

Click on image to watch video or click on the "Click Here" button


How has it been 8 years? Whew.

I will be performing the National Anthem for The Capital City Go-Go (NBA G League for the Wizards)

March 28, 2020

Come out to support and watch the game if you are in DC or the surrounding area.

Georgetown VS Villanova

March 07, 2020

It was such an honor singing the National Anthem between Georgetown University and Villanova before an audience of over 12,000 fans in attendance.

Click on "Click Here" button or on the image to watch video.

National Human Trafficking Month

January 18, 2020

In honor of January being National Human Trafficking Month, here are some fast facts about this horrific billion-dollar industry.

Stay tuned for my article to be released from the P31 Women’s Lifestyle Boutique newsletter coming soon and more facts to come throughout this month.

If you are interested in having me speak to your school, work, or city council about education and prevention of human trafficking, please reach out. #demandanend #fairgirls

Hollins JTerm Networking/Interview Panel

January 16, 2020

As an Alumna of Hollins University, I was happy to offer up my time to give back by being a panelist on this panel and share what life is like after Hollins, and other guidance to Hollins' students during their Jterm. 

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