2012 Inaugural Class

Our young ladies share with you what being a Black American Princess means to them.

India Anderson

A lady who presents herself with class.  She is a confident leader and knows how to handle any situation.

Lexticia Burchett

An African American lady who is self-confident and respects herself and others.

“If I didn’t define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people’s fantasies for me and eaten alive.”

- Audre Lorde

Ranette Dobine

A gorgeous, pretty, kind, hardworking and dedicated woman.

Jamiliah Dodd

A young, naturally humble woman growing into a Queen.

Nokia Smith

A young woman who redefines herself.  She changes for the better to find her true self.

Kayla Robertson

A young lady on an adventure to becoming a queen.  She’s learning her role in life to become independent and well-rounded to whatever talent she wants to pursue.

Johari Dodd

A woman proud of herself, with pride in her race and community.

Jaionna Hunt

Someone who is confident with joy on the inside.

Latosha Pointer

A young lady who carries herself so well that she walks in a room, all eyes are on her.

Shantell Howard

A strong, independent young woman.

Aryanna Myrick

A confident, sophisticated young lady who always keeps her head up and walks with class.

Joy Rhodes

A lady with manners.

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