Rebecca Crosen joins The Best Ever You Show for a live one hour interview on Thursday, February 24 at 1 p.m. eastern.
Rebecca Crosen, a Virginia native, is a graduate of the Washington Business School with multiple certifications as a legal assistant. However, these days, Rebecca enjoys being a stay-at-home mother and wife while concentrating on her advocacy efforts and being Mrs. Virginia International 2011.
Rebecca has maintained an avid involvement in community service and continues to contribute her volunteer efforts with the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty and her personal foundation, "It's Hip 2 Give". As a Certified Facilitator for the Real Beauty movement, Rebecca has had the opportunity to address thousands of young women, their parents, and those in their community on the importance of positive body image and self-confidence. Having struggled for most of her own life with these issues, Rebecca brings a bright perspective to a sometimes difficult topic.
While the Real Beauty Campaign is always close to her heart, Rebecca's time and passion are spent on her foundation, "It's Hip 2 Give" for Blood Donation Advocacy. Suffering from two, sometimes severely debilitating, yet treatable, forms of Anemia, Rebecca has received multiple blood transfusions in the last 6 years and will require them for the rest of her life. Educating the public on the importance of blood donation, while connecting donors to the lives that they save, is Rebecca's primary focus.
When Rebecca isn't volunteering or working with the public, you can find her at a NASCAR track or pageant near you. Interior design, family game nights, and cupcake creating are all some of her hobbies along with vacationing at the family beach house.
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