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Education, Diversity, and Confidence

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Crown Talk with Byrgundy

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As a unique 16 year old, Imani Johnson can be found using her creative mind through writing, and designing clothes. Currently, she is enrolled in design class, studying sewing and drawing techniques. Imani enjoys going to church, traveling, spending time with my family and friends, shopping, and social networking especially on Pinterest. After successfully graduating high school, Miss. Johnson plans to invest in her future by attending college to receive a degree in communications and business management and to study law. As a lover of public speaking, an enthusiast for diversity, and a lover for social justice, Imani would like to work and serve as a political figure, to bring together different ethnicities, and to create a brighter future for our world. 

 

Imani believes that her ability to persuade can build a nation. After successfully completing her studies, she plans to continue learning more about designing within the fashion industry, and use her entrepreneurship skills and open her own fashion company. Imani is known to her friends as Sparkle, for her personality, and admiration of anything that sparkles. She describes herself as blessed, intelligent, creative, and fashionable. Imani’s ultimate goal in life is to use her voice to speak for those, who cannot speak for themselves.

 

She is an enthusiast for diversity, and she hopes to continue to learn more about other people, and other cultures through travel. Through her years, she wishes to carry on all that she does to empower and create a brighter future through today’s youth. Imani Johnson is the current Miss Georgia Teen affiliated under the America's US Miss Pageant Organization. - A girl with dreams.

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