Indian-American Shree Saini Crowned Miss World America
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the…
Shree Saini has made history today by becoming the first Indo-American to be crowned Miss World America 2021.
Representing Washington, Saini is a survivor of heart surgery at age 12 for a pacemaker implant, as well as a burns survivor. She is a global motivational speaker who has been invited to address audiences about her life experience and messages of resilience and kindness, in more than eight countries and thirty states in the United States.
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A graduate of the University of Washington, Saini has been a visiting student at Harvard, Stanford, and Yale Universities. She has earned the “Best Pageant Titleholder” award and recognition from the Secretary of State, Senate, Governor, and the American Heart Association CEO.
Shree Saini often takes to social media to share her love for service. She has volunteered with multiple charitable foundations and been invited to speak around the world.
She said, “Serving others and inspiring others is a responsibility for me. It is our duty that we shine with enthusiasm and serve others with Love. That is Beauty with a Purpose for me!”
In preparation for her title, she submitted over 14 competition materials, 6 video submissions, essay submissions, had a state live interview and took part in countless workshops.
In a post on her Instagram, Shree Saini wrote, “My preparations began last year but the dream began at age 5. I am a big believer that we should SERVE without hesitation and #LOVE without limits. Daily we can serve others by speaking life into others and choosing endless Kindness with EVERYBODY and ALWAYS. We need to reach out and serve rather than wait.”
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In another post she wrote, “Last year I could not even finish competing for Miss World America. Right after I proudly introduced myself on stage as “#ShreeSaini, WASHINGTON”, I came backstage to change into my evening gown when I collapsed and was rushed to the ER. I was heartbroken. It was a rare incident. My whole family was shaken. There are many incidents in our lives that we cannot control, but we can control our responses. With rock-solid faith in God and His timing, I am traveling to my life’s journey once again. God has a plan for all of us and He wants us to serve our people and our world family. That’s why I love the Miss World America world and Miss World organizations because we are all about service.”
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.