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Interview: Mollyn Jarbo for Miss Africa USA 2014

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Mollyn Duwelee Jarbo is a student at Wilmington University with a degree in Behavior science and child advocacy. As the reigning Miss Liberia USA, her platform is self-empowerment: mentoring children who are the future stars of Africa; by advocating and teaching the importance of  being Self-Educated, Self-Motivated and having Self-Confidence which she believe are the keys to success. She believe in order to rebuild Liberia we must first start mentoring the Youth of Liberia, because they are the future of the country. She has already join the fight for advocating for the youth and also being part of the rebuilding process of Liberia by starting her own non-profit organization Rise for Africa Inc., non-profit organization which primary goal is to provide aid to abuse, underprivileged , and orphans in Africa, starting with the Republic of Liberia.

Her reign as Miss Liberia USA has been filled with Adventures. From having meetings with ambassadors, mayors and government officials to  helping raise money for Various nonprofit organization who focus are on rebuilding Liberia. There was never a dull moment as Miss Liberia USA. She spend her year advocating for Self-Empowerment, and speaking to the youth about the importance of not letting society, life Obstacles and their short coming in life stop them from excelling.  


She's been raising money, for scholarship funds for the youth in Liberia, also sending school supplies and every day basic needs to Liberia. These days I'm focus on my nonprofit "Rise for Africa" and lunching her Campaign" "Operation save the children, save the future of Liberia". She will also be representing Liberia at the Miss Africa USA Pageant. which is working hard to bring the title Miss Africa USA and the crown to Liberia.

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