National American Miss Georgia Jennifer Mullins volunteers at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Jennifer Mullins, Georgia Miss Queen went to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to host an “Art Party and Toy Give-Away” for some of the patients.

Jennifer Mullins, Georgia Miss Queen went to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to host an “Art Party and Toy Give-Away” for some of the patients. She brought with her different craft supplies to do with the children and an assortment of stuffed animals to give out. Jennifer had a blast making puppets and decorating visors with the children anywhere from ages 4 to 14. Then before they all left the party she gave them each the opportunity to pick out a stuffed animal to take with them. One of the coolest parts of the day was that she even got a few of her friends involved with her because she needed a few extra hands to help. It was such a rewarding experience and she really enjoyed spending her time with the kids and they had a great time too!

Jennifer Mullins National American Miss Georgia walks for Breast Cancer.

Jennifer Mullins National American Miss Georgia walks for Breast Cancer.

Jennifer Mullins, National American Miss Georgia, walks a 5K for Breast Cancer with the American Cancer Association. It was so cold but well worth it! Jennifer really enjoyed walking and making strides for breast cancer research. She had a great time!

National American Miss Georgia Jennifer Mullins around town.

She really enjoyed interacting with the community and helping to spread the positive message of National American Miss.


Miss Georgia particpiated in a parade in Suwanee. She really enjoyed interacting with the community and helping to spread the positive message of National American Miss. Jennifer also participated in the 5K for Breast Cancer with the American Cancer Association. It was in Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park at 8am and it was soo cold!! But it was also soo much fun! It was wonderful to be involved in such a great cause.

2011 National American Miss Georgia Princess Queen, Samantha Wethal, volunteers around town.

Samantha has gone to the Ronald McDonald House and delivered stuffed animals as well as did a yard clean up with them.

Samantha has gone to the Ronald McDonald House and delivered stuffed animals as well as did a yard clean up with them. Samantha had a wonderful visit with our Mayor Deke. She will be going to a benefit for a little girl Emma who has cancer and will be raising money to help with her medical expenses and with any other expenses she has.

2011 National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, Jenna Gerner is active and out in the community!

Since being crowned on July 9th, Jenna is enjoying being an active part of her community and enjoying all of her new experiences.

Jenna Gerner, Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, met the Governor of Georgia. Jenna had a great experience getting to see the govenor and see how government works. It was an awesome experience, and Jenna feels so blessed to have been able to take part in this experience. She also met the Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. First Class Leroy Petry. It was such a great experince, he even let her hold his medal of honor. It was a really neat and an amazing experience. Jenna was also able to meet the local rock DJ, Chris Chaos from 106.9. Since being crowned on July 9th, Jenna is enjoying being an active part of her community and enjoying all of her new experiences.

National American Miss Georgia Karli Barnett’s farewell letter.

This past year has been such an amazing one of firsts for me.

This past year has been such an amazing one of firsts for me. I graduated as my class Valedictorian. I went through my first year of college at the University of Georgia, where I was named a Collegiate Scholar. I had a wonderful time at Nationals in California. It was great getting to spend Thanksgiving with my family and all of my new friends! I was fortunate enough to have made it to the Top Ten nationally among all of the great delegates. I have been involved with volunteering for a number of noteworthy causes included the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and ugaMiracle. I did my best to promote confidence and encourage young people to be themselves and pursue their dreams. I personally fulfilled one of my dreams by receiving my first role in a major film and get to act with Robert Duvall! National American Miss is the kind of pageant that promotes being a young woman with ambition and big goals. I know that my successor is destined for an incredible year. Make the most out of it and always reach for the stars!

National American Miss Georgia
Karli Barnett

Farewell from our 2010 National American Miss Georgia Teen Queen, Amanda Moreno.

To this day, I vividly remember having my name called as the new National American Miss Georgia Teen. After years of hard work, it all payed off and I knew all eyes were now on me. Being Queen was my dream and I was ready to work hard to be the best teen representative I could be.

To this day, I vividly remember having my name called as the new National American Miss Georgia Teen. After years of hard work, it all payed off and I knew all eyes were now on me. Being Queen was my dream and I was ready to work hard to be the best teen representative I could be.

Nationals was one of the best weeks of my life. Meeting all my sister queens, touring Hollywood and meeting my future boss, Mickey Mouse, were just a few of the highlights. There I was, standing in front of the Disney castle… yet I was the one being honored as a Princess. From the late night girl talks, to the early morning dance rehearsals… our Teen Queen representatives from across the nation are the best! On finals night, I was honored as 1st Runner Up to the National Queen’s title! I was so excited for my ranking, and ready for a nap!

The title of Miss Georgia opened up so many doors for me. Whether being featured in Champions Magazine, or being the emcee/host for the annual Boys & Girls Club Super Saturday Night… my year was dedicated to inspiring others. My favorite volunteer opportunity came from creating the True Beauty Movement (www.facebook.com/TrueBeautyMovement). The movement was created in order to help girls find their inner beauty and understand that “beautiful” is who you are… not what you look like. I was so honored and shocked to see that within one week of creation, we had over 200 girls post their picture to our page with the “no make-up, white t-shirt, jeans” look and many made videos to inspire others.

My year would not have been possible without the love and support of many. Mr. Matt and NAM staff, you all produce a life changing experience for girls all over the country. From helping me fix my hair back stage, to spending hours perfecting my intro… you all were always there with open arms and just the right final touches. Miss Meredith Boyd, you always knew just how to make me look like a Princess and make me feel like one, too. Don Baker, my accomplishments at state and nationals would not have been possible without your coaching. You have always believed in me, even when I didn’t believe in myself – and for that I am forever grateful. To all my sister queens, what a year we have had! You all are so beautiful and I know that you will always have a special place in my heart. Sarah, my big sister – my journey would not have been as memorable without you! Whether we were celebrating your “birthday” at the Hard Rock, or planning for your wedding…. you always stood as my role model and hero. Momma and Daddy, can you believe that this year has gone by so fast? I am so blessed to have such a supportive team like you two. Not only are you always the biggest fans on Team Amanda, but y’all always know the right thing to say, and are always there helping me be the best Amanda I can be. I will always be your little girl. Most of all, I would like to give my thanks to God – for without Him, none of this would have been possible. I have been taken on an amazing journey, and with God’s guidance I have grown into the young lady I am today.

Contestants, get ready! It is your time to shine, and I know you can do this. Spend the next few days enjoying the journey – and focused on the blessings ahead of you. National American Miss is like no other and I am so glad to welcome you to our family. The crown will only last for a year, but the friendships you make will be forever. I challenge you to always strive for your best and remember that with hard work and in due time… all our dreams can become reality. To my successor, I can tell you that there are simply not enough days in a year. Throughout your year, you will be referenced to as a “princess,” and a true princess comes from within. It’s not the bend of your hair, the size of your dress, or the color of your eye shadow that you will be remembered for…. you will be remembered for the memories you make and the influences you make on other’s life. It is a hard job, but it is worth it each and every day. You now represent every girl in your state – a big responsibility, but an even bigger blessing. Work hard, stay humble, always smile, and inspire many. Now… all eyes are on you.

God’s Love,
Amanda Moreno

National American Miss Winners

Check our our 2010 National American Miss Queens.

Check out our 2010 National American Miss Queens:

Baleigh Hawkins -Miss Georgia Princess Queen

Rayven Bailey – Miss Georgia Jr.Pre-Teen Queen

Airiana Carlos-Lee – Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Queen

Kierra Jarman – Miss Georgia Jr.Teen Queen

Jordan Meachum – Miss Georgia Jr. Teen Cover Girl

Amanda Moreno – Miss Georgia Teen Queen

Karli Barnett – Miss Georgia Miss Queen

Mikayla Montgomery – Miss North Carolina Princess Queen

Joselyn Mata – Miss North Carolina Princess Cover Girl

Morgan Strahley – Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen

Lea’ Bowen – Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl

Kristen  Johnson – Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Queen

Chelsey Bennett –  Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen

Rachel Earley – Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen

Marilyn Rocco – Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Cover Girl

A’storia Hill – Miss North Carolina Teen Queen

Staci Alden – Miss North Carolina Miss Queen

Rachel Saletta – Miss North Carolina Teen Cover Girl

Terricka Holmes – Miss South Carolina Princess Queen

Jada Orr – Miss South Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen

Jada Orr – Miss South Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl

Brianna Williams – Miss South Carolina Pre-Teen Queen

Megan Goodson – Miss South Carolina Jr. Teen Queen

Kelsey Nyman – Miss South Carolina Teen Queen

Autum Jensen – Miss Oregon Princess Queen

Sophia Takla – Miss Oregon Jr. Pre-Teen Queen

Daja  Lafave – Miss Oregon Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl

Alison Kotila – Miss Oregon Pre-Teen Queen

Mikaela Bruer- Miss Oregon Pre-Teen Cover Girl

Deja Brooks – Miss Oregon Jr. Teen Queen

Tabetha Schulz – Miss Oregon Jr. Teen Cover Girl

Brittany Thomas – Miss Oregon Teen Queen

Mandy Leason – Miss Oregon Miss Queen

Rebekah Taylor – Miss Kentucky Princess Cover Girl

Caitlyn Hooks – Miss Kentucky Princess Queen

Madison Forsythe – Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl

Jamee French – Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Queen

Sarah Akihary – Miss Kentucky Pre-Teen Queen

Lydia Allen- Miss Kentucky Jr. Teen Queen

Callie Smith – Miss Kentucky Teen Queen

Alajah Gilbert – Miss Tennessee Princess Queen

Jessica  Sales – Miss Tennessee Jr. Pre-Teen Queen

Macy Moyer – Miss Tennessee Pre-Teen Queen

Madison Wheat – Miss Tennessee Jr. Teen Queen

Sarah Gross – Miss Tennessee Teen Queen

Kacey Stark – Miss Tennessee Miss Queen

Felicia Andrus – Miss National American Miss Teen Cover Girl

Check out National American Miss!

We wholeheartedly believe in our program and can’t wait to hear from you.

I know sometimes people might have  questions about how authentic National American Miss is or if it is a scam, if we are legit. I always suggest to do your homework. Contact your Better Business Bureau (BBB), http://www.bbb.org/nashville/business-reviews/beauty-pageants/national-american-miss-in-nashville-tn-37044518 talk with other families that have been involved and of course, give us a call. We will be more than happy to answer any and all of your questions. We wholeheartedly believe in our program and can’t wait to hear from you.

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How has participating in NAM affected your life?

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Kirsten Acklin i love nam , its the best(:

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Stasia Herbert McZeal My daughter competes and I can say NAM has allowed us to make wonderful friends from across the United States….We are competing in July and hope to be back in Anaheim in November! NAM is a wonderful organization!

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Juliana Wynkoop It has changed me for the better!! I remember I used to be so shy and afraid of public speaking…now the stage is like my second home! I love it! My NAMily has helped me blossom into a confident leader, which will be benefit me in all that I do.

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Danielle Lynn Walker

I’m a different person because of it and I’m happy about that.
If I were never in Nam I would not have thought so many wonderful things could be possible for my own life. Being around girls your age that are using their lives to accomplish a…mazing goals has been the biggest motivation for success in my life. That is invaluable. I ♥ National American Miss!See More

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Ivey Dyson It gave me goals and positive role models. I ♥ National American Miss

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Kirsten Acklin ‎^^ liy .

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Sydney Price

I could go on and on about this subject, haha! NAM has become so much more than just a pageant for me. It has become a part of my life. I was never very confident and super shy before I started competing. Whether I was a contestant or a vis…iting Cover Girl I have always been completely satisfied with the effort and friendliness from all directors and staff at NAM. Everyone has made me and my parents feel like family! During my years I have developed a sense of confidence, become more involved in my community, and gained the quality of loving and appreciating all types of people. NAM has definitely made me a more mature individual. I have even met some of my best friends through the pageant. No matter the results, there’s never really a question as to whether or not I will come back the next year because I always have so much fun and always end up learning something new about myself and making new friends. It’s definitely a huge part of my life♥ See More

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Shellye Echeverría NAM has taught me how to be a poised, mannered, self confident, and well spoken young lady. I am very glad that I found NAM because I have learned so much about myself and made many life long friends!

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Holly Creasy It was a really good experience, I made a lot of friends I would’ve never known. I also gained confidence while being on stage (: I.♥.NAM.

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Elizabeth Kayleen Hamilton NAM changed me in more ways than one I learned that not all girls are the same it taught me to be confident in myself and me Kayleen all the time because there is only one me and it gave me the best friends I could ever ask for (:

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Amy Faith Frizzell Hinson i wouldnt have met some of the best friends ive ever had! i would never trade the fact i was in it for anything! i constantly recommend it to people and it made me deside that one day i would love to work in the pagent industry!

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Chrystle Ntow

Well its had big impact on my life. Well I competed in 2009 and that fall I was going into 8th grade so I just knew that I was going to be separated and Nam gave me the ability to voice out who I truly am so during the summer of 2010 my hig…h school had a freshmen orientation were I was not with the 3 other girls who were attending that school(they choose a different session). I made TONS of friends and even though now during school I have maybe 15% of my classes with them, I have even more friends who I think are truly amazing and awesome. NAM gave me that confidence. Pageant was 3-2 days and so was my orientation and I made friends 🙂 and being able to do presentations in front of my class,I can totally speak confidently, and clear so Nam has really changed my life so thank you. I would love to be on Broadway so this summer I WILL compete in Nam and hopefully start my ambition. Thanks Nam and you guys have a place in my heart, the top left corner :)See More

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Patricia Diniz NAM has made my daughter a better person!!! You guys help her to stay focused. And I as a parent have been able to bond with other pageant mothers.

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Patricia Diniz thank you so much… God Bless!

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Olivia Dee

Just where do I begin? NAM has helped me become the confident experienced girl I am today. When I started at 5 years old I could hardly speak but Mr. Matt always told me to not give up and learn and then he told the parents to support us …in all we do. Well , I have been to 3 Nationals and every year I just grown and get better. I might never have brought home the state crown but I will never give up my dream. The best thing + besides confidence and great friends that I got from NAM is the love of giving back.Me and my family began volunteering right at 6 years old and I even was the youngest person to volunteer at the Nashville Zoo because I needed hours for NAM but it grew in my heart to help others and now I have TN H.U>G.S. and help the Ronald M. H. and people all over the country can learn about helping others through me. NAM gave me that first love of giving back. I also have learned to be a god role model wherever I am -school, church or even NAm. Oh ,and I can give an interview which most of my friends would die if they had to and even present a speech. So many things-this is just the begininng.Love, Olivia WSee More

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Olivia Dee NAM gave me positive role models all ove r the country just like Sydney Price who wrote above.

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Olivia Grace There’s so much to say about NAM! I will start by saying it has helped me gain confidence in myself. Every summer I look forward to meeting new friends as well as reuniting with old friends! It is a wondeful, fun-filled family experience, and I am proud to say that this is my 4th year competing. NAM helps develop positive, young role models who are changing this country one step at a time, and who will go forward to become even greater than they themselves could ever imagine♥

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Megan Alisa Webb

NAM has made me a great person. I could go on with a huge list. But I have learned to be happy with who I am, I now know I am beautiful on the inside and out. Dreams do come true through nam, you can never give up. I’ve not only gained life… long skills but I gained friendships I will never lose. I have one of the best leaders and staff members that you could work with in nam and I am so glad that god has brought them to me. Yes, I know I’ve been a queen but title or not I would still feel the same about nam. There’s nothing else like a nam pageant. Thanks for changing me for good, and for the betterSee More

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Sheryl Callahan We have been truly blessed by the friendships we’ve made, the confidence gained, and most of all, the gift of giving back. Thank you NAM!

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Amanda McDonald

NAM opened so many doors for me in my life. Before NAM, I was very shy, awkward, and did not have many friends. After my first pageant in 2004, I can honestly say, NAM was the best thing that happened to me. I was a more confident, outgoi…ng, and outspoken young woman. The highest title I ever held with NAM was National Cover Girl. I was never a state or national queen, but the experiences I had in my five years of competition mean more to me than any title, crown, or banner ever could. Throughout those years, I made friends whom I am still in contact with today, and when your directors or choreographers tell you the girls you meet may some day be in your wedding, it is true. Two of my friends I met through NAM will be my bridesmaids at my wedding in November, and they are my best friends I have ever had. Other friends will be guests at my wedding. Everything that NAM is about is real and it is definitely one of those organizations that cannot be explained in words…you have to experience it for yourself to know just how wonderful it is. Thank you, NAM and thank you, Matt, for everything you have done for me!See More

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Meagan Williams

National American Miss…What to say…I never thought in a million years that this system would be such a big part of my life today. NAM has changed me into a poised, outgoing, confident young lady that I never thought I could become. My f…irst year at nam I was shy, afraid, and pretty much kept to myself, the first day anyway, by the end of that weekend I had so many new friends! 🙂 I felt so accomplished that I said my intro perfectly! And my interview was way easier than expected! I was very pleased with the pageant system! And I even got to bring home a few trophies at the end of that weekend! It has taught me so much and I can not wait to come back for my 3rd year!! Not to mention all of the amazing people and role models you meet there!! All of the queens are truly amazing people, and lets not forget about the staff!! I have to admit I didn’t expect the friendliness, and fun filled activities the first year, but boy was I surprised. NAM is truly an amazing system. Mainly because its not a typical beauty pageant. Its not a BEAUTY pageant at all. I love NAM because you don’t have to be 5’8 and look perfect in a swimsuit to win. You don’t have to have perfect teeth and long sculpted hair. You have to be you. And if nothing else has, this pageant has taught me to be myself more than anything else in the world. So thank you to everyone at namiss from the bottom of my heart! ♥ I love you all and I have no idea where I would be in life today with out you!See More

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National American Miss Phone Number

Our phone number is 615-349-1993

I know sometimes you wonder, ” How can I get in touch with my state director?” I wanted to make sure that all of our information if accesible to you to get. Our address is 701 Broadway Suite B-14 Nashville, TN 37203. Our phone number is 615-349-1993, or you can e-mail the office at [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you with any questions or comments.