Ready to serve!
Mrs. Texas International
Unity In Community
Being a titleholder provides an opportunity to educate, empower and encourage bringing Unity in Community.
As a representative of Texas, it is my pleasure to promote Unity in Community and serve our non-profits.
In October 2021, I was selected as Mrs. North Texas International, and on March 6, 2022, I was honored to win the title of Mrs. Texas International. As a published Author, Professional Speaker, Certified Life Coach, and Vice President of Human Resources, I encourage others to pursue their dreams so I better be leading the way!
I believe when we embrace others + serve others that leads to = unity in community and that's exactly what we need right now.
Let's work together to meet the needs of our community! Join me in the impact as a community member or a business supporter. See below for direct links to the non-profits I am currently partnered with and serving.
Please email me directly at Jennifer@CheeringOnMoms.com if you are a business and interested in a partnership.
I look forward to building unity in community with you!
Thank you to our current sponsors:
My why -
Over the last couple of years, I have seen differences dividing our communities. We make stronger teams when we embrace each others' uniquenesses. This is my heart and my why behind writing Zoey the Zebra Meets Lexi the Lion. Being able to read my book across our great state and encourage children to embrace others is my calling and purpose in this season.
Creating "Unity in Community" takes action. I believe it is a two-fold mission:
embrace + serve = unity in community.
Getting out and serving the needs of our community has always been important to me. I encourage you to see how you can serve others in your community today!
Here are some wonderful non-profits that I volunteer for and have the privilege of serving alongside. Please check them out and see how you can help.
Meet "Team Daly". My husband, Daniel is the most supportive person you could ask for by your side. He is my biggest cheerleader.
My daughters Zoey and Lexi are the drive behind my children's book and two of my biggest blessings in life. If I want them to pursue their passions, serve those around them and leave a legacy of love behind them, I better show them how with my actions.
Together, Zoey and I entered the Texas International Pageant as Team North Texas. We knew there was only a slim chance we could both come out winning our divisions but we practiced together, worked hard, and served our community together. Cheering each other on all weekend filled my heart and there may have been some tears when this Momma watched her firstborn receive a crown. Little did we know, mine was coming too. We are beyond thankful that the Lord has chosen this time and season for us to run this race together.
Embrace + Serve = Unity in Community IN ACTION:
Pictured above and to the side; Jennifer reading her book, Zoey the Zebra Meets Lexi the Lion, to O'Dell Elementary students during Read Across America Week.
Jennifer engages and challenges kids to find a friend that looks different than them and see what they can learn from one another.
Being Mrs. Texas International is a privilege and I am thankful for the opportunity.
Whenever I mention being in a pageant, I always feel the need to explain. There seems to be a stigma to it; that it's all about beauty, glitz and glam. Friend, that's not true.
Because of pageants, my girls are both able to carry on full conversations confidently, with adults. They have both learned what it means to serve our community.
They can both stand in front of any crowd and speak.
It's learning life-long skills.
It's giving a voice to those who need someone in their corner.
It's making life-long friends.
Pageantry is so much more.
As a speaker, author and life coach for Moms, I encourage women to face their fears and live the life that God has called them to live. Pageantry is a way for me to walk the talk. It's a way for me to face fears of rejection and place my confidence in knowing to Whom I belong, and that I am worthy.
The crown is not the symbol of the best but of facing fears and conquering a dream God has put in my heart.
What crown are you seeking? What fears are you facing? How are you pursing God's plan in this season?
You are enough. You are worthy. You have purpose.