A Senior at the Montclair State University studying Family and Child Studies with a concentration in family services and a minor in psychology, Tosin Araromi, has been crown the new Miss Nigeria USA for 2015.
The Miss Nigeria USA organization led by Director Joy Ikedinma, in a statement, weekend, said the Tosin was crown Miss Nigeria USA being the first runner-up as the winner of the pageant, Frances Onyemaechi Udukwu was Crowned Miss Africa USA 2015 – 2016 last week.
“The 10th year Anniversary of Miss Africa USA Pageant was a huge success as our very own Miss Nigeria USA Frances Onyemaechi Udukwu was Crowned Miss Africa USA 2015 – 2016.
It has been an amazing journey so far and we are very proud of Miss Frances as she embarks on more commitments as Miss Africa USA 2015.
Indeed 2015 has been great for the Miss Nigeria USA team as we continue to stay true to our core values by empowering women who will in turn make an impact in their communities and the world.
We are delighted to announce that the first runner up Olutosin Araromi is now crowned the Reigning Miss Nigeria USA 2015-2016,” said Ikedinma.
Olutosin is currently a Senior at Montclair State University studying Family and Child Studies with a concentration in family services and a minor in psychology. She is also a member of two Honor Society’s called Kappa Omicron Nu and Chi Alpha Epsilon. Olutosin is part of a Women’s Empowerment Group called the “Esther Project” which is a global empowerment movement preparing and positioning women for their purpose in life.
Her platform is focusing on three main issues which include education, mentorship/empowerment for young girls as well as educating women on how to prevent and detect breast cancer.
Furthermore, she would like to work within the human services industry helping the less privileged population in the community. Her long term goals are to be a humanitarian, philanthropist, entrepreneur, advocator, role-model and most of all a teacher, teaching others how to empower themselves so they can empower the next generation and raise more transformational leaders.