CARLSBAD — A 43-year-old mother of two is aiming to win a crown and continue spreading her message of safety.
Nadine Chopra, a nine-year Carlsbad resident and South African native, will compete in Today’s American/International Woman as Classy Ms. South Africa for the international crown as well as the Queen of Queens crown. Nadine’s platform is buckle up for safety and she’s making it her mission to promote awareness.
Her work advocating for seat-belt safety stems from personal tragedy, when her family lost two young boys who weren’t wearing their safety belts.
Today’s American/International Woman is a pageant system designed to empower and teach men, women and children worldwide about self-love and community service.
It is an all-inclusive pageant to have a division for visible and invisible abilities. The contestants are not judged on size, but the ability to be a complete package for today’s woman.
During the past year the state delegates utilized their skills, talents and titles to promote Today’s American/ International Woman and their platforms.
In the process, they have accomplished many great things, such as their anti-bullying campaign, suicide prevention awareness, back to school events and Christmas toy drives to name a few.
This is the first year the system offers academic scholarships. Because it is an international pageant, they are helping children and families worldwide.
Today’s American/International Woman Pageant is celebrating its fifth anniversary and will be held aboard the Carnival Victory Ship en route to the Bahamas from June 23 to June 26.
Being a titleholder opens doors, thus giving individuals the opportunity to be heard and to be seen in leadership roles and as public figures.
Chopra is available to read the story “Buckle up little bunny” at your pre-school/school and for appearances at your charity events.
Today’s American/International Woman Pageant was voted by the Pageant Planet as one of the top 10 pageants. To learn more about the pageant or for any appearances, contact Director Jera Lynn Anders at (864) 517-0177 or visit todaysamericanwoman.com.