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Meet Katelyn

My Story

Hi! My name is Katelyn and I am so happy you are here. When I was about eight years old I entered into my very first pageant. From then on I fell in love with pageants and all things modeling. Currently, I hold the title of Miss Tennessee Valley Fair, where I will be representing my fair at the Miss Tennessee Fairest of the Fair pageant on January 20. Competing in pageants has inspired my love for fashion, beauty, adventures, and all things lifestyle and fitness. Not only have pageants shaped me into the person I am today but they have also taught me how to reach for my goals and never hold back. Currently, I am a sophomore at the University of Tennessee and I am pursuing a BSBA: marketing degree. After college I plan to use my degree to open up my own business. I plan to own and market a Pageantry and Couture fashion boutique to help other girls prepare for their special events and competitions.

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My Blog

Sharing My Stories

With my new blog, I plan to take you along on a variety of my adventures and show you what I have learned along the way. My goal is to connect with you through current fashion and beauty trends, give you the most delicious recipes, and encourage you to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Do not forget to follow me on each of my social media platforms and subscribe for additional content. :)

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My Mission

Keeping All Troops Encouraged (K.A.T.E.)

Coming from a military-based family has inspired me to give back to as many soldiers and veterans as possible. I have had an up close and personal view of what it is like for many of our soldiers. As a result, I created K.A.T.E to give back to our soldiers and veterans and not let any of them be forgotten. With this platform, I have made and collected over 10,000 thank you cards that have been distributed to soldiers and veteran nursing homes. An additional way I give back is by collecting items for care packages (full list linked on the mission page). In each care package, a handwritten thank you card showing my gratitude for their sacrifice and commitment to this country is included. Although these acts may seem small, they truly make a difference in each soldier’s life. When I created this platform, I had hoped that it would eventually grow larger and I could get others my age involved. Thankfully, I was able to extend my platform across my county and involve my local teen board full of students who donated items for care packages and thank you cards. This truly meant the world to me and I am so excited to extend it even further in the future.

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