Naomi Nucia, Miss Liberia USA, was born in Washington, D.C. unto Liberian (Krahn) parents.
Naomi was three months old when her parents moved to Kansas City, Mo., where she was raised.
Her commitment and inspiration in modeling has exposed her to various experiences.
Naomi believes, “God equipped everyone with special knowledge and talent necessary to succeed in life” and that each person has something profound and natural to offer the world. Especially as it pertains to life’s reality.
Naomi began her modeling career in Kansas City at the age of six and in 2013, at the age of 19, she left the comfort zone of her parents’ home and moved to Atlanta.
In 2003, Naomi started her modeling career where she won 3rd runner- up in the pre-teen Miss America pageant in Kansas City.
Prior to her move to Atlanta, Naomi had already appeared on the cover of Midwest Black Hair Magazine, Elegant Magazine, and Inspire Magazine.
Naomi is set to embrace her destiny as an icon in the modeling industry with her stylistic fusion of fashion.
Her creative, restless, compassionate, approachable, positive and energetic personality and her affection for modeling are what makes her unique.
Naomi’s goal, as it relates to her platform as Miss Liberia USA, is to construct a residential emergency shelter for victims of sexual abuse.
It will serve three missions:
To be a safe haven for girls. This shelter will provide clothes, food, and allow the girls to learn the necessary skills through the trauma they have faced. Children who were victims of sexual abuse exploitation need help to process what has happened to them.
The girls will have access to dance studio, photography studio, makeup, etc. Allowing the girls to express themselves through the arts.
Lastly, these girls will be able to undergo a mentoring/ counseling program to help maintain stability and self-worth.
Naomi is relentless in her quest to be the best person and role model that she can be to make a positive, long lasting impact.
My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.
Power Talk 2019
“The strength of a woman is not measured by the impact that all her hardships in life have had on her; but the strength of a woman is measured by the extent of her refusal to allow those hardships to dictate her and who she becomes.” ― C. JoyBell C.
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