my storyAND MY PARENTS' LASTING LEGACY
When Samantha was 17 years old, both her parents died unexpectedly in a plane crash. Thankfully, her parents had planned for her to continue her education and since then, Samantha finished high school, college, and recently completed her Master’s degree. She is eternally grateful to her parents for planning for her education and she feels that she can help plan for her students’ future as well.
Being the daughter of 2 international pilots, Samantha was practically born with wings. At 16 she earned her pilot’s license under her parents’ instruction. Since then, she has been an advocate for Women in Aviation and encouraging young women to explore the possibility of an aviation-related career.
Samantha has been involved in pageantry for 10 years now. In that time she has held the title of Miss Teen Arizona 2014, Miss Virginia United States 2019, and National American Miss Virginia 2020. She plans to grace the stage at national in Orlando, Florida as Miss. Virginia 2020. Over Thanksgiving week to compete for the prestigious National American Miss title.
Samantha is a prestigious entrepreneur with two brands that she is incredibly passionate about. Her goals is to make a difference with her two companies while inspiring and making a difference in the lives of others.