Exclusive Interview With Ms. Fresh Face Universal 2021!

As an Autism Advocate and parent, wife, Behavioral therapist, Endometriosis warrior, Member of the Order of the Eastern Star and Associate Matron of her Chapter, Ministry leader, world traveler, and humanitarian Michaela lives life to the absolute fullest encouraging and teaching others to be their best self despite all odds.

Michaela's humanitarian efforts were founded in her youth. At the age of 15 she could be found building wheel chair ramps for the disabled and volunteering with meals on wheels. She has donated and volunteered her time to thousands of organizations across the nation and globe.

Her platform as Ms. Fresh Face Universal will highlight disparities in underrepresented communities in the USA and abroad, more focuses on Autism Awareness and Spectrum disorders, as well as teaching others how to get more involved.

What are some major achievements or accolades that you've accumulated?

I won the Illinois Queen Contest for Bathsheba Grand Chapter in 2018 which was based on Scholarship Fundraising. I was also awarded Star of the Year  2nd Place in 2018, I won Bathsheba Grand Chapter -All Star Award in 2018 from Bathsheba Grand Chapter Sis. Latrina Porter GWM for my Charity work, I received a Certificate of Appreciation in 2018 from Celestial Chapter #856, I received the Shining Bright Award in 2017 for my charitable contributions from Celestial Chapter #856 I was awarded a Plaque for my Dedication in service for Charity in 2015 Awarded by Celestial Chapter #856 Order of the Eastern Star,I was an Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation Scholarship Recipient.


How do you use your platform as an influencer to spread "What's Good" to the world and who have you impacted?

I continuously share feel good stories about those who have risen from adversity to success and the roads less traveled to encourage others that they may also do the same. 


What are some projects that you are currently working on or promoting?

I am currently promoting endometriosis awareness, a cause that has affected me but also has impacted 176 million others. This disease is one that often goes misdiagnosed and happens to be misunderstood even by doctors currently.  


Who do you have to credit for your success?

I credit my mother for my success. She is literally my biggest cheerleader. However, I wouldn’t be the person I am today without the many people who continuously pour into me and keep me encouraged. 


What is your ultimate goal in your career/life?

I plan on establishing my own Practice that assists and treats children who are developmentally and/ or intellectually delayed.



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