Young Miss International Lifetime, Sara, Chats About Her Goals For 2021!
Sara is a British beauty queen and her title is Young Miss International Lifetime Queen. She has been involved in pageantry for 10 years, nationally and internationally and she has experience competing and judging pageants. Sara has been involved with the YEMI/YAMI/YMI system since 2016 and has won the title of Young European International Ms, Young European International Queen of Queens and Young American Miss International Supreme Beauty before winning her Lifetime title for YMI!
She loves to be involved in the community, helping charities and raising awareness for her platform of NICU. Sara has built a career working in Human Resources and has a University degree in languages and a CIPD HR Management qualification.
What are some of the major achievements or accolades that you’ve accumulated?
Some of my major achievements are winning my YEMI/YAMI/YMI titles and being a YMI Lifetime Queen. This is because I have had wonderful experiences in my time with this system and I achieved my dream of becoming an international beauty queen with a system that I love.
Other proud achievements are getting my University degree and my HR qualification along with my experience of completing my music grades in the violin, viola, harp and piano.
How do you use your platform as an influencer to spread "What’s Good" to the world and who have you impacted?
I believe that being a title holder means that you are a role model. Having social media platforms is a great way to communicate your work in the community and to spread whats good to the world. I always like to keep social media up to date so that people can see the wonderful charities and causes I have been lucky enough to be involved with and raised awareness for and for all pageant related updates. From being involved with some projects you can directly see or meet the people you have impacted directly which is always a wonderful experience
What are some projects that you are currently working on or promoting?
I’ve been lucky to be involved with many projects of different kinds and these include projects ran nationally and internationally. I like to get involved with projects too that my sister queens promote across the world.
A project that I am currently working on is with a charity that supports NICU’s and families to become an official volunteer for their NICU awareness campaign across the UK and the USA.
My own projects that I am organising and planning at the moment is a ‘sock drive collection’ for NICU babies. The idea for this came from the ECNI ‘Socks for Life’ worldwide campaign which raises awareness of pre term birth globally. My aim is to collect donations of socks (and other items of clothing) for premature babies and the NICU.
Who do you have to credit for your success?
I am very lucky to be surrounded by some very strong, kind and inspirational people including friends and family who support and motivate me to work towards my dreams and ambitions. My grandfather is my role model and he taught me to be courageous, to follow my dreams and to work hard. I believe that I have him to credit for my success because his influence in my life is what has lead me to keep going and keep believing in myself and to be courageous in pursuing my goals