Holden Native Named Ms. Massachusetts Globe
Monday, March 11, 2013
As the new Ms. Massachusetts Globe, Kwasniewski will represent state of Massachusetts at the next Mrs. U.S.A. Globe contest, being held August 1st – 4th at Rancho Mirage, California. If selected Mrs. U.S.A. Globe, Kwasniewski will represent the United States of America at the international 2014 Mrs. Globe.
"I think it's a dream of many girls to be crowned and become a Queen or a Princess in a real life," says the new Ms. Massachusetts Globe.
"I wasn't the exception to that rule, but I never thought it would happen to me. This year I decided to try something what I have never done before. I was looking for a pageant that would be prestigious on a higher level, based on a philosophy of helping others. The Mrs. Globe was the one."
She has received terrific support since the announcement.
"My family and friends giving me so much support and showing so much pride for my achievement. It was so great to hear sincere congratulations," she says.
The pageant is judged by criteria of beauty, poise, elegance and personal platform.
"I truly think that each contestant's personal platform is the most vital part of the pageant. During one minute, each contestant is choosing what to tell judges and spectators about their beliefs, personal story, achivements or their social purpose," says Kwasniewski.
This is important, for in addition to Mrs. Globe being one of the most recognized names in the international pageant industry since 1996, the contest is more than just a pageant. It is a fund-raiser for the Women In Need Foundation, a non-profit outreach that offers programs of self-esteem recovery and empowerment.
As Mrs. Massachusetts Globe, Kwasniewski is now the official state spokesperson for the W.I.N. Foundation. She plans on using her Mrs. Massachusetts title to continue bringing the message of hope and healing of W.I.N.
“From abuse recovery to an anti-bullying campaign, I plan on using my crown to bring recognition to our services that are here to help others remember the beauty and power of a dream,” says the new winner.
Since she has a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and Psychology, she will be concentrating on the anti-bulling campaign. She is planning visits to different non-profit organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters, You Inc, women's shelters, and various schools.
"I want let to know that help is available not only for victims of abuse but also for people who does conduct that abuse. I never been involved with WIN foundation before, but I am glad that I do now, and will be able to serve a purpose to others," she says.
The Mrs. Globe pageant is the only authentic pageant that offers misses the opportunity to compete at an international pageant every year. The world finals of 2013 will be taking place in Shenzhen, China. Over 40 Misses representing their respective countries will be at the two hour live telecast. It will air to over 35 countries across the world.
Any organizations interested in having the new Ms. Massachusetts Globe visit their events or groups can call 949-718-1275 or email email@example.com.
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