Hi, I'm Miss Texas.

As Miss Texas, I advocate for my platform, Ya'll Means All. I aim to make every Texan feel at home through policy writing, diversity & inclusion school programs, digital representation, and my international nonprofit, The Tulong Foundation. I am the state wide and national ambassador for The Texas Cares for Children 501(c)(3).




Microsoft GenZ Summit

May 2022 | Virtual

Featured Panelist

St. John's University First Generation Seminar

August 2022 | New York

Keynote Speaker

Empire State of Law Legal Conference

August 20222 | New York

Featured Panelist


Bold Advocate & Public Speaker

  • Argued on behalf of a client for full child custody in a domestic abuse case and won

  • Provided pro bono legal services to Texas women who were abused by their partners

  • Delivered speeches on behalf of the AAPI community at several vigils, rallies, and protests  in Texas

International Nonprofit Director

  • Founded the Tulong Foundation, a nonprofit that provides scholarships, micro-entrepreneurial loans, and educational workshops to women and girls in Asia

  • Partnered with the United Nations & Recognized by the Clinton Foundation

  • Worked in the legal department at Susan G. Komen, one of the largest breast cancer research nonprofits in the world

Social Media Extrordinaire

  • Aquired close to one million followers across social media

  • Spearheaded TikTok's first educational learning initiative

  • Partnered with Microsoft for a three month brand campaign to make college more accessible for margainalized communities

  • Developed an app that helps formally incarcerated Texans determine eligibility for record expungement

As Miss Texas

  • Establish the first Lone Star Princess Scholarship Fund

  • Create a video series on cultural empathy & racial equity within the context of Texas history

  • Focus my school program on Title I schools across Texas

  • Publish a children's book on the importance of diversity and inclusion

  • Fundraise $100,000 in scholarship donations

  • Host an informational candidate workshop series


Miss Texas Workshop Series

Casual Informational Sessions for New and Returning Candidates

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$50,000 in Scholarships Won

I entered my first Miss Texas local competition with just $50 in my checking account. I needed money for law school. I wore an old prom school dress, borrowed a suit from my mom, and fundraised my registration fee through friends and family. One local later, I was hooked! If you are interested in competing, please don't hesitate to reach out by emailing me below.