March 18, 2010

NAM Miss Louisiana starts her modeling career

Part of the state awards package for National American Miss is a modeling scholarship for the state winners. In 2008 at the NAM Louisiana pageant that scholarship was for a full course at the local John Robert Powers Modeling school.

Braylin Woodard, the Princess queen that year took full advantage of the scholarship and has gotten off to a great start in her modeling career! Here's a message we got from her mom about her experiences since being in the National American Miss Program:

"Hey there, it's Misty, Braylin's Mom! I just wanted to let you know that Braylin did awesome at IPOP (International Presentation of Performers) in Los Angeles California. She completely rocked that stage and won 7 awards! We have future plans of leaving for Los Angeles again and staying for 2 months. We will be returning as of right now on May 1st. It has been an incredible journey. And all of this started when she won Nam Princess 2008. Our first big step with NAM was going to Nationals, which we didn't place, but boy did I learn a lot, and Braylin had the best time! We didn't know anything about JRP until we gave up this past July! And wow it has flown since then.

My little girl may be starting a career from the win at National American Miss, and we are very thankful for that!!! "

Misty Woodard

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