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The Ms. & Mrs Corporate America Pageants
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While a relative newcomer to the pageant scene, the Ms./Mrs. Corporate America pageant is quickly establishing itself as an exciting pageant experience for professional women across America. The pageant highlights a woman’s achievements and accomplishments in the community and in the workplace. Join Valerie as she talks with pageant founder and Executive Director, Anissa King, as well as the reigning Mrs. Corporate America, Sonja Fisher. If you’re a professional woman and really want to compete, then you won’t want to miss your chance to get the inside scoop on this pageant!
Episode Segments:
The Ms./Mrs, Corporate America Pageant
Ms. Corporate America Executive Director Anissa King describes her pageant and why she decided to help celebrate today’s corporate woman through pageantry. She also breaks down the different sections of the competition, how they score the pageant, and the feedback she’s received from the contestants.
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Mrs. Corporate America Sonja Fisher
Sonja talks about how she became involved in pageants, and what she focused on to go from pageant competitor to pageant winner. She also talks about her platform and upcoming book, how her she changed her prep for this pageant, and the three main things all Mrs. Corporate America contestants should work on in order to be successful.
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Say No to Trash TV
Annisa tells us what Ms. Corporate America, Shanta Barton Stubbs has been up to, and what her platform is. Then, Valerie’s phone has been ringing off the hook with reality show offers, but she explains why she wants no part of the trauma and drama of Trash TV.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Sonja Fisher
Sonja Fisher is Mrs. Corporate America 2009

Hometown: Moundsview, Minnesota

Age: 39

Occupation: Principal Software Consultant for Oracle Corporation in Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing; An actress and producer; Entrepreneur - Own a production company, Own a public speaking company and writing my own book with ASLA, Own an A C N Business, Mary Kay Business and Prepaid Legal Business

Education: BS Mathematics, BS Statistics, Minor in Psychology at University of Minnesota; MBA in Entrepreneurship at University of St. Thomas in Minnesota; Pursuing Doctorate at Argosy University in Business - currently writing dissertation

Platform Issue: Women in Technology, "Women Inventing Tomorrow" - GOALS: " Creating Mentoring Opportunities for Women in Technology " Empowering Women to Break the Glass Ceiling in the Technology Field " Empowering Women to Earn the Same Pay and Leadership Positions " Nurturing Science and Technology Within the School Systems

Click Here to Visit the Ms. Corporate America Website