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Reigning Miss Black America is Gabrielle Wilson!
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ABOUT THE QUEEN
“God Bless Miss Black America! Watch Over Miss Black America” Curtis Mayfield, 1969
Reigning Miss Black America is Gabrielle Wilson, Master Queen of Service and of Many Trades Formerly the student assistant for the Office of the President at Loyola Marymount University and an intern for Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti, Gabrielle has utilized her experience in her university and municipal office's to provide opportunities for her community.
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Gabrielle is a Clinton Global Initiative University Fellow, Student Trustee for the West ValleyMission College School District, African American Alumni Association Bursary Awardee, Hilton School of Business "Fred Keisner Social Student Entrepreneur of the Year," Mission College Board of Trustee Scholar, Loyola Marymount University Office of the President Awardee, Lloyd Grief Student Entrepreneur Awardee, Pi Beta Phi - Cal Nu, Byte Club Founding President, ASG Student Leader Award, Year Up Honors Student, Code for Impact Winner for Clinton Foundation, UN Women Delegate, Beacon International Fellow, Make-A-Wish Foundation Hackathon Winner, and Youth Church Vacation Bible School Teacher.
She is the founder of "Code With Gab," an educational platform that aims to help students learn the technical and professional skills to work in tech. Gabrielle's initiatives have gained international recognition in tech as she was awarded the Clinton Foundation's Code For Impact Winner. Gabrielle is currently studying Data Analytics with an emphasis in Computer Science at Mission College. Gabrielle pursued her undergraduate degree from Loyola Marymount University where she studied Political Science and Business Economics. During her undergraduate career, Gabrielle won the Keisner School of Entrepreneurship's Start-up Weekend, chaired the Associated Students of Loyola Marymount University Judiciary Committee, was awarded the William F. Fitzgerald Scholarship, Greek Life Philanthropy Chair, and founded PeekooBox, an educational subscription club for feminine hygiene.
Today, She is the 54th Anniversary Miss Black America In her spare time, Gabrielle enjoys painting, health, fitness, cooking, playing the violin, volunteering, traveling, competing in coding competitions and winning over $30K in prizes. She also indulges salsa dancing, and tending to her prized rose garden in her backyard..