Through this past year, pageantry has become a great opportunity for women, and even men, of all ages. 2017 was a year that lit a spark in the pageant world, especially when it came to helping young women achieve their dreams and become great helping hands in their communities.
The preteen age is a time in a young lady’s life when she is finding herself, figuring out what some of her goals and dreams are, and when she can help the people around her grow as well. Molly Edwards, who'll be competing for the crown of Miss Pre Teen International, founded her own platform Project InstaKind, which promotes using social media to impact people, not to impress people - "I am actively involved in my platform and have been fortunate to inspire several peers to join my mission. I think my platform will survive well beyond my time as Miss Pre Teen International if I am chosen to represent the International System" - she explained.
Molly has already taken her program international, she has Project InstaKind Ambassadors all around the United States and even from as far always as Australia working to promote her program of positive social messaging and kindness.
As a 5th grader she goes to school, but she also loves dancing, modeling and acting.
Did you know ? The Miss Pre Teen International Competition has established itself as an organization with integrity, high ethical standards, and consistent application of its rules and regulations. It is our goal to provide ladies everywhere the opportunity to compete in a pageant system that maintains the highest of moral values. Lets know a little more about Molly's story and her journey to the crown through this interview!