Month: June 2017

First Princess at the Kenya Embassy in Washington DC.

Miss Africa Washington State First Princess at the Kenya Embassy in Washington DC.
On the occasion of the 53rd Anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kenya, it was an honor for Miss Kenya Washington State to be invited by The Kenyan Embassy.
She was awarded a certificate of recognition for her active community involvements here in Washington State by her ambassador Mr. GItha
As a recipients of this honorable certificate of recognition at the #Jamhuri #Day #Celebrations, she would kindly like to thank everyone who has been there for her financially, emotionally and spiritually.

Reigning Queen as a special guest at Green River College

Miss Africa Washington State Reigning Queen. Special guest at the Green River College where she was asked to be on the panel speaking at the marketing retreat breakfast. According to the queen, “the retreat was meant to help the Green River College’s international programmes office improve its marketing tools internationally. ”
So proud of her and what she has been doing in the community.
Beauty, Brains, Leadership, Goodwill and Diversity

First Princess at Highline Community College

To be a great Goodwill Ambassador one has to start in their own neighborhood or school. This is exactly what our Miss Africa Washington State First Princess, her majesty Princess Salome has been doing in her school.
Thanks to her generosity, our First Princess was able to donate all the $$$ she received from the Miss Africa Washington state organization to the less privileged women in her school.
She has proven to the organization that she will never cease to give back to her community and to make an impact whenever and wherever an opportunity is presented to her. She totally embodies what Mahatma Gandhi once said, “We must become the change we want to see in the world”.
Keep up the good work because it’s time for your AMBASSADORSHIP TO ARISE MY QUEEN πŸ”₯πŸ’‘βš–οΈπŸŒπŸ˜˜πŸ‘‘πŸ™πŸ»

First Princess meeting with the federal way mayor, Mr. Jim Ferrell

Miss Africa #Washington State First Princess meeting with the federal way mayor, Mr. Jim Ferrell . “It was to discuss her platform (Domestic Violence) in relation to her community in federal way and how they can unite the African community in federal way to be more involved in leadership and community service.”
So proud of her and the work she has been doing in the community. Proudly representing herself, her Kenyan people and the organization.

Just after our 2016 Coronation night

On September 3rd, the 1st Annual Miss Africa Ξ£Washington State Pageant took place at the University of Washington Kane Hall. On behalf of the organization, I would like to say THANK YOU to each and everyone of you for coming out last Saturday.
There were 11 contestants from the ages of 21-27 to share their humanitarian platforms, talents and much more. The audience found themselves laughing and crying as they watched the contestants showcase their cultures.
The show would not have been a success without our wonderful contestants, mentors, supporters, sponsors, judges, consultants, vendors, makeup artists, volunteers and photographers. Thank you.πŸ‘‘πŸ™πŸ»
If we have missed anyone it is not intentional.
Congratulations to our new 2016-2017 queen from Zimbabwe: Queen Andile Nobuhle MpofuπŸ‘‘πŸ™πŸ»
Here is to the start of a great season. Thank you again for your generous support. We hope that we will live up to our achievements of previous months. We promise to keep you updated of our progress.
With very best regards
Founder and CEO
Zeynab Koroma(Lady Z)