Patrice Harrison Hosts Miss Black US Ambassador Pageant July 18th & 19th in Atlanta


As Founder and CEO of The G.E. Institute INC and Miss Black US Ambassador and Miss Black Teen US Ambassador Scholarship Program LLC., Patrice is dedicated to Encouraging, Empowering, and Enlightening communities, states and nations. In addition to her work with our national system, she is a Good-Will Ambassador to the Republic of the Gambia, West Africa as well as a motivational speaker, life coach and consultant.

As an advocate for youth all over the world, she has offered workshops to children in Africa, and all over the United States on topics ranging from self–esteem, etiquette, and relationship building. On a collegiate level, she has presented workshops at the Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government, The Southwestern Black Leadership Conference, The University of Central Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University and University of Texas-Arlington on various subjects ranging from Greek life to relationships.

Patrice serves as a 16-year pageant veteran and director, having coached Miss America Prelim contestants, former Mrs. Plus America, Miss America Co-ed state contestants, Miss Black and Gold state and district contestants, various college queens, Miss HBCU Queens and Miss Black USA local and state contestants. She is an advocate for today’s youth and women, and has a passion to see lives changed for the better. Patrice truly is a leading voice for change in the world and prays that God will continue to use her in a mighty way. Patrice resides in Atlanta, GA, is married and has a beautiful baby girl.

The Miss Black US Ambassador Pageant will premier, July 18th and 19th at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center. Tickets can be purchased for half off on until 7/15/14 or online at Gwinnett Center :: Home.

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