Delmar Denise “Dominique” Peterson Ms. Midwest America Nation 2018
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen Delmar Denise “Dominique” Peterson Ms. Midwest America Nation 2018.
Full name: Delmar Denise “Dominique” Peterson Title/Year: Ms. Midwest Pageant System: America Nation Age: 30+ Zodiac sign: Capricorn Hobbies: Dancing, Singing, Acting Platform: Answered Prayers - Granted Wishes Years competed: 1 Countries visited: Mexico Likes: I like it when God empowers me to help grant the prayers and wishes of others as their “in the moment” Angel on assignment. Dislikes: I dislike seeing people endure injustice, lack or the duress of pain. Status: Single
World Class Beauty Queens: Please tell us about yourself. I am a United States of America Veteran. I have a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. I have begun my Philosophy of Doctorate studies at Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center. I am an Illinois School Board of Education instructor certified to teach Psychology, Sociology and Special Education. I am currently teaching Civics and World Studies for the Special Education Department, this school year. I develop academic curriculum for students with varying abilities. I am the Director for the Al Raby High School Staff Social Club. I served as an Administrative Secretary for the Honorable Dorothy Brown Mayoral Candidacy Campaign. I have been licensed as a home day care provider through the State of Illinois for several years. I am a member of the All Nations Worship Center located in Chicago, Illinois.
World Class Beauty Queens: What does women Empowerment mean to you? Amazing that you should ask me such a question because I was just recently meditating on this very topic. Empowerment to me is when one can live the quality of life that makes them feel fulfilled and have the intellect, influence and resources available to guide others into living their best lives and becoming their most self-actualized selves.
World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your pageant history. I remember riding on the city bus, many years ago, and this man asked me to do a complimentary photo shoot and being very devout I was humored and intrigued by such an idea. I was approached again by another gentleman and followed through, this time, on his photo shoot proposal. It was fun but I didn’t pursue the beauty pageant path with him. I was also approached to have my image prominently painted as a mural on a wall within the City of Chicago. My professional pageant history begin with Madame Krystal Okeke of the Miss and Mrs. America Nation Pageant. I met her during one of her appearances at a fashion show for a 2019 Mayoral Candidate. She saw promise and a future for me in her Miss and Mrs. America Nation Beauty Pageant System. My inaugural crowning was on my birthday Sunday, December 30, 2018.
World Class Beauty Queens: What inspired you to do your first pageant? I quickly learned that as a new Queen with the America Nation title as Ms. Midwest, it was my platform duty to prepare for my first pageant competition. I wanted to meet all of the expectations required of me by our Pageant Director, CEO Madame Krystal Okeke. I considered it an inspiration to enhance my "glows" which were my strengths and hone in on the areas of my life which were "grows" that needed more polishing.
World Class Beauty Queens: Why did you choose to compete for your current title? I chose to compete for the title Ms. Midwest America Nation for greater empowerment and influence to travel throughout the Midwest of America giving to the poor and underprivileged for children and their families while inspiring others to do the same.
World Class Beauty Queens: To those unfamiliar with your pageant system please tell us what is it about? The Miss and Mrs. America Nation Pageant System is created to empower women age 12-60 years old. This pageant system is a local, national and international pageant system designed to inspire, build and acknowledge every individual regardless of race, ethnicity or religion. It’s a movement of inspiring and empowering women with great purpose. Everyone has a purpose on earth and within this pageant system we are devoted toward keeping individuals focused on their dreams.
World Class Beauty Queens: What are you being judged on during the competition? Poise, Presentation and Humanitarian Service
World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your experience during the competition. It was a fun and exciting "first time" learning experience for me. I observed how my Sister Queens compiled photographic presentations and written summaries of their appearances for the previous year. I learned how to manage the tasks of modelling several wardrobe and make-up changes throughout the pageant performance. It was thrilling and exciting to be given the opportunity to express my personality each time I walked the runway and hear the audience enthusiastically clap and root for me. It was amazing to see, what appeared to be, flashing lights and rolling video following my every move! I had to shift my mind toward a "state of calm" after being thrust into the limelight of much adulation from family, friends and crowds of well wishers.
World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your platform or what cause do you volunteer for. My platform is to give resources and help grant the prayers and wishes of underprivileged children and low-income families. I am developing my 501(c)3 organization called Provision Unlimited and people all over the Midwest will receive services and goods given to them through the generous donations of others. Individuals of all races, cultures, faiths, classes and developmental stages of age are welcomed and invited to partake in the provisions.
World Class Beauty Queens: What appearances have you done with your title? Of course, I was the guest of honor at my Ms. Midwest Crowning Inaugeration Ceremony. Additionally, I have made many other appearances with my title such as the following: the Mrs. Illinois (Apostle Bridget Outlaw's) Inaugeration Ceremony; the Miss & Mrs. America Nation Children's Multicultural Fashion Show; the Miss & Mrs. America Nation Millennium Park Holiday Photo Shoot; the inner city Alba Pantry where I donated many pairs of Nike gym shoes; the Apostle Bridget Outlaw Pantry (which serves 3500 Chicagoans per month) where I passed out fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, canned goods, milk, juice and personal wear; the Engineering African American Contractor's Association (AACA); the "Women Who Wear Big Hats" event moderated by the popular V103 Radio Personality, Ms. Troi Tyler; the "I Can't Believe It's Not Meat," Hyde park specialty restaurant; All Nations Worship Assembly's "Paid In Full" Event on Cinco de Mayo; Progressive Minds radio interviews @ WGHC 98.3 FM; the Africa USA magazine Image Award honoring the honorary street sign recipient and restaurant/banquet proprietor, Ms. Mama Wade.
World Class Beauty Queens: What are some of your achievements? I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology. I have begun my Doctorate Degree in Psychology. I have been a certified public school teacher in three American states being Florida, Arizona and Illinois. I have taught introductory psychology courses for a couple of Chicago City Colleges. I was invited to create academic curriculum for a pilot program launched by John's Hopkins University in New York State in regard to the introduction of psychological studies. I have written a children’s book that will soon be published. I became an American Veteran serving as a supply secretary for Military Officers and Enlisted Personnel.
World Class Beauty Queens: What is your on-stage strategy to win the judges over? Being authentic while showing a transparent heart of love for self and others. Being transparent regarding my passion for living life on a mission.
World Class Beauty Queens: What makes you stand out from all those other beautiful girls? Showing beauty within and transparently throughout one’s life.
World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about the moment your name was called out as the winner. I am a new Queen with the Miss and Mrs. America Nation Pageant. According to our platform rules, after I have networked extensively and volunteered my participation in a plethora of state and community service projects within a twelve month period can I then contend for the reigning Miss and Mrs. America Nation Crown. We are taught to lead others through demonstration! Until that time, I will continue to enjoy supporting city and community project events within America's Midwestern states through my platform goals of gathering resources to be an "angel" to some and a "genie" to others by answering prayers and granting wishes thus fulfilling my heart's desire to bring glory to my creator which is my personal wish and prayer.
World Class Beauty Queens: What does it mean to you to be a Beauty Queen? It means to show the nature of God’s beauty upon your physical appearance along with the spiritual passion of internal/eternal beauty “of love” to all! To shine forth a powerful physical and spiritual light reminiscent of God's angels in the flowering embodiment of the feminine.
World Class Beauty Queens: How did competing in pageants help your life? It helped me to see the fun and healthy side of competition as being a loving and supportive sister queen within the process.
World Class Beauty Queens: How have pageants helped your self-esteem and body image? It has made me take a closer look at embracing practices that enhance vigorous energy, health and beauty. I have added new beauty regimen professionals to my private network who have taught me a lot about caring for, treasuring and maintaining one’s beauty.
World Class Beauty Queens: You are an inspiration to all the girls out there. How does it feel? It Feels So Amazing! I want to make sure girls feel like they can be beautiful and accomplished all at the same time.
World Class Beauty Queens: What are your tips for learning better pageant walk? Envision yourself in the most positive way and get that unconquerable feeling of empowerment and it will show through in your body language as you walk, inspiring others.
World Class Beauty Queens: What are your tips for choosing the right pageant dress? Choose a dress that professionally fits within the range of your natural hues.
World Class Beauty Queens: What are your tips for winning interview? Be authentic and transparent with your heart. What’s from the heart reaches the heart.
World Class Beauty Queens: How did you prepare for your competition? I consulted with professionals.
World Class Beauty Queens: What is one mistake that you've done during competing you wish you could redo and fix it? I wish I could have managed my time in preparation for the event more efficiently. Next time I will plan earlier and more comprehensively in anticipation of unforeseen and/or unexpected occurrences,
World Class Beauty Queens: What other mistakes are made by girls during the contest? We could have improved our presentation by slowing down our walking pace as we moved down the runway but the nervousness of the "butterfly effect" encouraged us to use a more than needed quicker pace.
World Class Beauty Queens: Any modeling or acting experience? I have done photo shoots. I have acted as an extra on several television shows such as: playing a reoccurring doctor on Chicago Med, reoccurring roles on Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and I have graced the Empire studios as an actress. I played a teacher’s role as an extra in the movie, “Light It Up” with Baby Face productions along with the starring role of a former Ms. America Beauty Queen, Ms. Vanessa Williams herself.
World Class Beauty Queens: What are your plans for 2019 as a Queen? I plan to establish my non for profit agency “Provision Unlimited” and abundantly serve people of all walks of life including the underprivileged and low-income families through the Midwest of America with generously donated funds.
World Class Beauty Queens: What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind? I hope to establish agencies, schools and businesses that teach and help people to propagate and maintain wealth, health, spiritual illumination and enduring loving relationships for their lifetime and generations to come. International Director: Madame Krystal Okeke Pageant website: Info@MissMrsAmericaNation.org
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you to Delmar "Dominique" Peterson Ms. Midwest America Nation 2018 for this amazing interview. Print Magazine Dominique was published in: To purchase this issue click on the image.
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