JULY 6, 2022


Former Miss Alabama Earth sponsors multiple awards to be gifted during the 2022-2023 pageant season

Washington, D.C. – Thanks to a generous contribution by Alexia Academic Consulting, the Miss Earth USA organization will be awarding an additional $25,000 in grants, scholarship and prizes during the upcoming pageant season.

The Alexia Academic Consulting Scholarship for Women consists of one Teen Scholarship of $1,000 USD and one Miss Scholarship of $1,000 USD. Delegates considered for these scholarships must be currently enrolled in a 4-year university or attending the university during Fall 2023.

The Alexia Academic Consulting Entrepreneur Grant of $300 USD will be awarded to a recipient with an established LLC small business. This award includes Miss, Teen and Mrs. delegates.

Additionally, the winner of Teen Miss Earth USA 2023 will receive a $500 consulting grant and nearly 200 state and regional delegates in divisions of Miss, Teen, Mrs. and Junior Ambassadors will have access to a $200 consulting or product gift card.

Based in Chicago, Alexia Academic Consulting is owned by 2016 Miss Alabama Earth Alexia Robinson. Robinson earned an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and a master's degree from Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to launching her own consulting venture, Robinson was a private ACT, SAT, and PSAT tutor at a top test prep company.

"My time with Miss Earth USA as a state delegate was such a special experience," said Robinson. "These titleholders work very hard in the community and they deserve to have opportunities for expert guidance in the classroom."

According to Robinson, she is proud to help her students score on average a 31 on the ACT and 1380 on the SAT. 100% of students are admitted to at least one of their "dream colleges." Alexia Academic Consulting specializes in addressing key learning issues including learning disabilities, test anxiety, and difficulties in reading comprehension. She states that 100% of students see improvement in their coursework grades and improvement in their benchmark readiness for college.

In 2022, the Miss Earth USA organization awarded $15,000 in scholarships and grants, including the Beauties for a Cause scholarships, People's Choice scholarship, and the Rosen Grant. According to National Director Laura Clark, the organization aims to more than double funding for grants in 2023.

"Our goal is to support the charitable efforts of the national winners," says Clark, "but also honor the work of our state delegates. A woman does not have to win the national title in order to win a scholarship."

Miss Earth USA provides scholarships through the official 501C3 partner organization B4ACUSA Foundation. Individual and corporate supporters are invited to consider making a gift to the upcoming scholarship awards season. Contact the Miss Earth USA national office at info@missearthusa.com.