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Ariel Fuller is a resident of Glenwood, IL and was born and raised throughout the South Suburban area. She received her education through public schools and graduated from Bloom Township High School. Ariel has always been a shining light within her surroundings, through her dedication, vibrant personality, and unique talents. She pursued her further education at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and graduated with a Bachelors of Liberal Arts & Science in Communication. For three years she served in the realm of pageantry as the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Tau Pageant Coordinator on the Chapter and Illinois District level. In addition, she created her own platform as a leader by becoming the Founder and President of Dunamis Woman Empowerment Organization,. Her goal is to expose young women to their inner power, while educating them in various areas of their life. As a result of Ariel’s experience in pageantry and leadership, she has decided to utilize her skills, education, and passion for young adults by becoming Miss Black Chicago Southland, a delegate for Miss Black USA Illinois State Pageant. With her self-determination, exuberating energy, and loquacious skills Ariel uses her vital role to educate, enlighten, and challenge young adults to take ownership of their life, preventing them from becoming a victim to their surroundings.
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