About Miss Jr.
Passion and dedication are the words that define Miss Jr.
When you ask her about her greatest accomplishments in this business she will tell you that being the Artistic Director of Miss Jr’s BullieZ Performances (an anti-bully company/service). Also, operating her YouTube channel (Miss Jr’s Channel) to display her talents is a dream come true. Another contribution to her career was being accepted into the Debbie Allen Summer Intensive Program on a full scholarship. When she was just a toddler her mom took notice in Miss Jr’s interest in the performing arts and placed her in such areas as gymnastics, jazz/hip-hop, ballet, pointe, piano, voice and acting lessons just to name a few. She has done stage plays such as Annie, The Nutcracker, Copp’lia, Don’t Drive Momma Away and the Wiz to name a few. She has done some modeling in the ATL Celebrity Kids Fashion Show and won second place in the Atlanta Icon Pageant. By the time she was 19 years old, she had written two stage plays (Emotions of BullieZ and Simply Her) and two short films Sparkle (inspired by T. D. Jakes) and Can You Stand The Rain (inspired by Revolutionary Road) due to bullying. She continues to unlock many doors because of the gifts GOD has given her.