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//Special Guest Alert//

The Jaclyn Nicole Show, Episode 8: Her Crown Towards Kingdom Work

I was so pleased to announce last Monday's guest on The Jaclyn Nicole Show was Emilie Lettieri, Mrs. Arizona 2016! I met Emilie during a pageant a close friend of mine was competing in as she was passing her crown to the next woman who would be representing our state of Arizona. Emilie's story that night touched my heart and really inspired me! It's my heart's desire behind my radio show to shine the spotlight on God's girls and the positive role model they are for our younger generation and women all over the world. I feel in today's society, positive role models such as Emilie don't get talked about enough. Usually, when we turn on the news, it's some negative story or they focus too much on others faults instead of what's going right in this world. Now don't get me wrong - I'm not saying that only believers do things right or don't make a difference in this world because they do! I just love to show the world what a woman looks like who's heart is fashioned after God and has a relationship with Jesus. My show is really an invitation to ALL women, believers or non-believers to be a part of a discussion to motivate, encourage, and lift other women up to be the woman God created them to be.

I had so much fun that night talking with Emilie! She is so down to earth and makes you feel you've known her for years, even if she just met you. She has a way of making everyone feel comfortable and beautiful in their own skin. Emile shared her struggles, victories, and learning experiences throughout her journey of competing for the crown. Emile also warmed our viewer's hearts with her family life of being a Mom, Wife, and dog owner to some pretty remarkable miniature doxies. If you had not gotten the chance to listen to her full interview, click here!

Emilie has lived in 3 states since completing her undergraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Kansas in 2000. She graduated with her Master's Degree in Social Work from Arizona State University in 2010 and was employed by Hospice of the Valley for 3 years before deciding to stay home to care for her daughters who are 5 and 2. She has been married for almost 7 years. She has enjoyed volunteering with The American Cancer Society's Look Good Feel Better program since 2009. Emilie brought the spotlight to her volunteer work via pageantry. She represented Arizona at the Mrs. United States in 2013 and Mrs. America in 2016. For booking information, you can reach Emilie at

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