Victoria Kokinos has had a love for pageantry since the age of six. Being crowned Miss Jr. Teen America 2011 has been the greatest experience she has had thus far in her young life. She will never forget the feeling when her name was called as the new 2011 Miss Jr. Teen America. It is her honor to have this title and to use it to represent this organization and herself through her many different community service projects.
Victoria’s main issue of concern is to help underprivileged children throughout the community seek a better lifestyle. She is involved with The MAX Community Ministry by raising funds and hosting many events for the children throughout the year. She also serves at Special Olympics helping with the athletes during events and raises funds for Relay for Life. She also serves at many other community service events and has received four Gold Medal Awards from the President’s Council on Civic Service and Volunteerism. She plans to use her title to make people more aware of the needs of children in the United States.
Victoria is a 14 year old Freshman Honor student and is very involved in her high school. She is active in Student Government, Peer Leader, Drama, and Football & Basketball Cheerleader. Her plans are to pursue a degree in broadcast journalism and acting. She is excited to see what this year as Miss Jr. Teen America has in store for her.
Victoria is available for appearances. Please contact the national office at: firstname.lastname@example.org.