Cassandra Wallace Ms World International Mrs. 2019 Humanitarian Trip to Haiti.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen Cassandra Wallace Ms World International Mrs. 2019.
Hello! My name is Cassandra Wallace. I am married and have three boys, an 8-year-old son and 5-year-old twins. Professionally, I am an Enrolled Agent, the only federally-licensed tax practitioners who specialize in taxation and have unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the IRS. I own my own tax practice, Wallace Tax, where I specialize in preparing individual and business income tax returns, IRS correspondence, and tax planning services.
In 2020 I partnered with PG Spirit Paris to release my own perfume, “Ms World America” by PG Spirit Paris. The designer of the perfume created the scent based off of interviews and getting to know me. It is representation of my personality in the form of a scent.
I am the winner of a number of pageant titles, including Mrs. Poulsbo, Mrs. Washington, Ms. World America, Ms. World International Mrs. I also hold the title of Pageant Planet Best of Fitness for all Ms./Mrs. Pageants worldwide for 2019. I won the titles of Ms. World America and Ms. World International Mrs. in 2019. However, because of the Covid related postponement of this year’s pageant, my reign will be extended for an additional year (2020).
I am also an ambassador for the Ligue Nationale De Football Des Jeunes D’Haiti (LNFJH). This is the official, and only, youth soccer league in Haiti, and was launched in 2020 powered by the TapIn Mobile Solutions league management platform. In addition, all registered players are provided with a full home and away uniform. For many, this will immediately become the nicest apparel they own. Prior to this year, there had been no organized youth league in Haiti. The development of the TapIn mobile platform, and the ability for Palla to provide low cost/high quality uniforms, has created the opportunity for young players throughout the country to play in a structured environment for the first time ever. By participating in the league, young players are provided with a positive outlet and an atmosphere that promotes both physical and mental health. Playing the sport of soccer is also known to develop life skills, such a self-confidence and teamwork. In so many ways, the introduction of the league is a life changing experience for those that play. In addition to the opportunity to play, the model is structured in such a way that players and teams can be sponsored to participate. This means the cost of their experience is completely subsidized, and allows they to play in the league at no cost.
When I was originally approached about being an ambassador for the league, one of the biggest concerns was the present gender inequity. Many boys were sponsored to play but there were not currently enough girls sponsored to play in the league.
One of the many benefits of being a beauty queen is the relationship with so many other queens. During my time at the Ms. World International Pageant, I was able to establish lifelong friendships with fellow queens. This seemed like the perfect opportunity to get the Ms. World International Queens involved in doing social good and impacting lives of young girls. I coordinated with many of the other reigning queens, family, and friends to help find sponsorships for individual girls and teams. 144 girls were sponsored to play in Haiti and that meant there was enough girls sponsored for there to be a girl’s league for the first time ever in Haiti.
I was able to go to Haiti in September to watch the opening games for the league and cheer on the girls I helped sponsor. I also partnered with Charity Ball who donated 50 soccer balls for her to bring and give to the girls in the league. Looking at the app for months and seeing the individual players and then being able to meet them in person was such a surreal experience. The players were so grateful for the opportunity to play and had such passion for the sport. In the developed world, it is easy to take these types of opportunity for granted given the wide variety of options available to young players, and the ease in which the pay to play model allows them to participate. As a mom it really touched my heart that there are kids out there whose parents would give anything to pay for their kids to play, but simply don’t have the resources available to make this dream a reality. The difference that a sponsor can make by making this dream come true is indescribable. It is a positive impact felt not only by the child being presented with the opportunity, but also by the sponsor who is providing that
As referenced previously, the league utilizes a mobile application built and developed by TapIn Mobile Solutions, that provide players, fans, coaches, referees and field managers the opportunity to experience and benefit from all aspects of the league.
Throughout the season, through the app, player and team data is tracked and recorded. This data tracking allows the league to identify the most talented players, with the potential reward being the opportunity to move out of Haiti to the US, or Europe, and receive a life changing educational and soccer experience. As a sponsor, you can also track player/team progress within the app, with search options available by gender, birth year, and specific location in Haiti. Under each team the individual players are listed along with their photos and jersey numbers. As the season progresses the status from the games are updated in the app. This is fun way to feel connected to the players/team that you sponsored. They also send personalized videos from each player/or team that is sponsored thanking their sponsor by name.
If anyone is interest in learning more about the league they can go to www.tapinmobilesolutions.com there you can find out additional information, along with how to sponsor an individual player for $25 or a whole team for $450. Additionally, anyone is welcome to reach out to me on social media Facebook Cassandra Wallace or Instagram @cassandra.bannon.wallace for more information to answer any questions.
In the future I am looking forward to continuing to help find sponsors for the youth in the football league in Haiti. I also hope to be able to attend many more games and encourage the youth to get out and play. As an individual you can have a limited impact, by involving others and encouraging those around you to give back and making a difference you magnify your impact. It is my dream that in the near future all the kids that want to play football in Haiti would have enough sponsors to be able to do so. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you for this amazing feature.
Cassandra Wallace Ms World International Mrs. 2019, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by Nelsen's Photographic Design.
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