Sparkling Black Girl Magic: HBCU Grad Juanita Brown Ingram Crowned Mrs. Universe 2022

Again, a proud moment for the black community. Juanita Brown Ingram, 45, was crowned Mrs Universe 2022. She has set a benchmark in front of all women who strive to achieve success in their careers. Juanita Brown Ingram is a wife and mother of two kids. She is an alumnus of Tennessee State University.

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in accounting and a Master’s degree in business administration. Ingram is a law graduate from the University of Memphis and became a law professor. She is working as a US attorney in Singapore. Pageantry is in the blood of Ingram. She was the first black woman to gain the title of Mrs Indiana in the United States in 2007 and Ms World International in 2012.

She earned numerous acclamations, like UK Universe 2013, Mrs Great Britain World 2011, and Mrs UK International 2014. Her most recent acclamation before Mrs Universe 2022 was the crowning of the Ms World Corporation. There is an endless list of accomplishments for Mrs Ingram. Mrs Universe 2022 is her third international award for a beauty pageant. She beat 75 contestants to win the crown.

She is an experienced actress and filmmaker. Ingram is the founder of “Purpose Productions Inc.” which works to strengthen women and youth through films. She is also launching a streaming platform, “Purpose Streaming,” in 2021 to broaden BIPOC-centric content. Juanita thanked all the glam squad who worked behind her endlessly.

She said Pageantry with purpose is powerful. Juanita is pleased to earn this championship and is grateful to her husband, children, family, friends, and pageant coach, Kyle Ean Haggerty. She is working on her new series name, Beyond Beauty. It will be released at the end of November. Her message to all the beautiful peasants is that you go, prepare for it and give your best. She is an example of women’s empowerment.

While carrying the title of Mrs Universe, she wants to start a global charity on her platform, Dresses for Success. It will provide women with valuable resources and workplace clothing ethics to empower them in their lives. Looking up to black queens such as Ngram, Pamela Uba, Zozibini Tunzi, and Cheslie Kryst, the young girls are inspired to succeed as beautiful peasants. On the pageant stage, the black women’s magic continues. We congratulate Juanita Brown Ingram for her success. You are gorgeous.