Terri McDonald to compete as Ms. Pacific Coast America at pageant at Queen Mary

Terri McDonald will compete in the Ms. America Pageant in August at the Queen Mary in Long Beach. Courtesy photo.

Terri McDonald is delighted to announce that she is running as Ms.Pacific Coast America for the title of Ms. America at the 2019 Ms.America Pageant on August 24th, 2019.

The Ms. America Pageant has been developed to promote and honor women, celebrate their accomplishments and use their “Crown for a Purpose” to support and encourage involvement in volunteer service. Pageant competition is based on Evening Gown, Interview, On-Stage Question, and Sportswear.

Terri’s platform is working with the homeless and mental health populations. She plans to use her medical background to bring awareness about the resources available to assist those less fortunate with regaining their lives.

“After competing in my first pageant, I realized it gave me a much-needed structure to become the best version of myself. I believe pageantry can help young women today become more poised and well-spoken as they find their voice in the world.

All the women that I have met so far have been amazing, from my Director Susan Jeske, who was the former Ms. America to my fellow contestants.

I am a successful Nurse and advocate for the homeless. With a Sash and Crown, it’s not just about Beauty, it’s about the potential, endless possibilities, shining light on your platform and making a difference”.

Recently, Terri became an Ambassador for Share Hope USA. Founded by an 11- year-old boy, Share Hope USA is an award-winning charity that organizes events to feed the homeless, cut their hair, and assist them with their medical needs.

The Ms. America pageant will be a 3-day pageant between August 22-24, 2019 on the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California.

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About Terri McDonald

Terri McDonald grew up in a small town in North Carolina, but with big dreams, never allowing barriers to impede her. While pursuing her career as a model, Terri also acquired her degree in Nursing with a background in Business and Finance. Today, Terri is a Case Management Nurse and Staunch advocate of Gene Therapy as a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. She loves being a role model for women of all ages. She has received the Presidential Gold Medal for her Volunteer Service in the Community from President Obama. A huge Denver Broncos fan who loves the outdoors, she enjoys spending time with friends and loved ones, participating in church activities, playing with her dog, and looking for new ways to give back to the community.

The article above was released on behalf of Terri McDonald.