GET EXCITED! Our National Miss Woman of Excellence Pageant will be held on March 19th, 2016 at the University of Central Florida. We expect EVERY collegiate chapter to come to Orlando and support this year’s amazing contestants. These beautiful young ladies will be educating us about the depths and diversity of the African Diaspora, highlighting Excellence Around The World. Be on the look out for SPECIAL blog posts from each contestant throughout the month of February. Lastly, don’t forget to support your chapter Miss Woman of Excellence on her journey to the crown by donating Ads, words of encouragement, and most importantly, attending the National pageant! We can’t wait to paint UCF purple, yet again, and crown our NEW National Miss Woman of Excellence. If you have any questions about the pageant, feel free to contact myself or Jakia Rogers (email@example.com) at any time!
Get excited Ladies! Purple Power is quickly approaching. Here are a few reminders to help you prepare for our 2015 Purple Power Seminar: Women Under Construction.
1. REGISTRATION ENDS ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 15th! Collegiate Members, don’t forget to register
your chapter by emailing our National Director of Records, Genesis Coleman (firstname.lastname@example.org), with your Chapter Registration Form. Alumni/At Large Members, be sure to register on our Eventbrite page, purplepower2015.eventbrite.com.
2. Make sure your lodging accommodations are secured with the Hilton Garden Inn & Suites by Wednesday, July 15th. When making your reservation, request the BFDC rate to receive a
discount on your stay. Contact the Hilton Garden Inn at 1-866-311-6110.
3. Be prepared experience OUR mission as we continue to educate, explore, enhance and celebrate womanhood! Purple Power 2015 is new and dynamic and we’re so excited for each our member to be impacted by our diverse group of speakers.
If you have any questions or concerns prior to Purple Power, email me at email@example.com!
During my church service yesterday morning, my pastor preached a sermon entitled “The Perfect Place for Imperfect People”. Within his sermon he discussed how Jesus has a PERFECT plan for every IMPERFECT person. This particular statement really spoke to me, as I began to reflect on my present circumstance and where I desire to be. When you find yourself in difficult situations, and you have a plan but you are concerned about the end result, it’s easy to get discouraged and doubt your future. When you doubt yourself and question your success, it causes you to become stressed and discouraged. Just continue to keep your faith and realize that the work is already done. Despite your imperfections and your lack of clarity, a perfect plan has already been established for your life. With hard work, determination, perseverance and faith, you will arrive at your predestined plan at the right time, and in the right environment. Do not allow distractions and frustrations to cause you to believe that your passion-filled plan will not come to fruition. Keep this phrase in your heart and in your mind, “There is a PERFECT Plan for every IMPERFECT Person.”