"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more,

    you are a leader"


    Mrs. Harrison is an award-winning International Speaker, Founder, and CEO of Ambassadors of Change INC., and Miss Black US Ambassador and Miss Black Teen US Ambassador Scholarship Program. Patrice is dedicated to Encouraging, Empowering, and Enlightening communities, states, and nations. She has been honored by Audi, Hyundai, Cafe Mocha Radio and was selected as a Change Maker at the United State of Women Summit presented by the Obama Administration.

    As an advocate for youth all over the world she has offered workshops to children in Africa, The Caribbean and all over the United States on topics ranging from self– esteem, etiquette, and relationship building. On a collegiate level, she has presented workshops at the Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government, The Southwestern Black Leadership Conference, The University of Central Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University and The University of Texas-Arlington on various subjects ranging from Greek life to relationships.

    Patrice serves as a 20-year pageant veteran and director, having coached Miss America Prelim contestants, former Mrs. Plus America, Miss America Co-ed state contestants, Miss Black and Gold state and district contestants, various college queens, Miss HBCU Queens and Miss Black USA local and state contestants. She is an advocate for today’s youth and women and has a passion to see lives changed for the better. Patrice truly is a leading voice for change in the world.


    Contact: Patrice.Harrison@thembusam.com |phone: 678-367-0050 ext 101



    Sickle cell survivor and a child witness to domestic violence, Dima Hendricks is now an advocate and a true ambassador of change. In her role, she has facilitated health workshops and participated in panel discussions. Dima has served in various professional capacities at The Heart Truth Campaign, The American Heart and Stroke Association, Love Life Now Foundation Inc., and was a former board member of the Greater Boston Sickle Cell Association. She has also a WEGO Health Expert and has been featured in various media outlets and is the host of Public Praise T.V.

    Dima’s extensive pageant experience began with the title of Miss Black Dorchester USA and was crowned Miss Black Massachusetts USA in 2007. She has also served as a pageant director, coach, and judge for over a decade. In 2017 she was crowned Mrs. Massachusetts International; a pageant system that showcases the accomplishments of today’s married woman.

    Contact: Dima.Hendricks@thembusam.com |

    Website: www.DimaHendricks.com

    Phone: 678-367-0050 ext 104


    EBONY ANDREWS | VP of Communications & Engagement

    Contact: Ebony.Andrews@thembusam.com | Phone: 678-367-0050


    Camille M. Scott is a young woman on a mission to impact her community, empower other young women, and above all, exalt Christ in everything that she does. A native of Omaha, NE, she relocated to Wichita, KS in 2013. After a past contestant encouraged her to apply, Camille was crowned Miss Black Kansas U.S. Ambassador 2016 and competed at Nationals in Oklahoma City, OK.

    Realizing her gift of administration, and passion for helping the contestants who came after her, Camille became the Director of Ambassador Relations and National Administrative Assistant for the Miss Black US Ambassador Scholarship Pageant. She takes pride in being a resource for each Queen that joins the system and strives to be with them through every step of their reign.

    Camille co-owns a full-service event management & design company, “The Stylish Soirées Events & Design” and is a full-time Office Assistant for Tabernacle Bible Church.

    Contact: Camille.Scott@thembusam.com 

    Phone: 678-367-0050 ext 109



    As a trailblazer and a queen, Archie is heavily involved in the world of pageantry having held titles such as Miss Hoover USA 2015, Miss Black Alabama US Ambassador 2016, and most recently the national title Miss Black US Ambassador 2017.

    Among the many organizations Archie led and participated in while in college, she is also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. In her later years of college and during her reign of Miss Black US Ambassador, Archie formed the leadership and self-esteem development organization, CROWNed Life, a lifestyle blog turned into a movement and organization. Through CROWNed Life, she has been a motivational and inspirational speaker at many events such as the Call Me Miss Ambassador Conference in Orlando, Florida, various local pageants in the Birmingham and Montgomery areas, Pop Off Teen Summit 2016, ELECT Teen Summit 2016 and 2017, and she hosted her own CROWNed Conference in June 2016. Archie is a millennial role model, queen, entrepreneur, speaker, and girl boss, but she first identifies herself as a daughter of God. She has traveled the country empowering and encouraging girls and young women to discover their purpose and live unapologetically unashamed CROWNed lives in Christ.


    Contact: Archie.Stewart@thembusam.com | phone: 678-367-0050 ext 115


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