Louisiana Miss Amazing is made possible by our dedicated and experienced volunteer committee.
Amy Hayes is from Douglasville, GA and is the mom of four young men. She and her family moved to Louisiana in the fall of 2014 in order to begin law school at Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center. During her time in law school so far, she has logged nearly 700 hours of community service and pro bono work in the Baton Rouge area. She loves finding ways to work with and give back to the community so when she discovered that Miss Amazing, Inc. had not found its way to Louisiana, she wanted to do what she could to bring it to the people in Louisiana. Working with Miss Amazing is something that she holds close to her heart and she considers bringing the program to Louisiana has been one of her best accomplishments. She is very proud and honored to work with all of the participants, their families, the rest of the Louisiana Miss Amazing team,and the local community.
DIRECTOR OF Recruiting
Miesha Dunn was born in Fort Lewis, Washington but she has been living in Texas since the age of 10. Law School brought her to the state of Louisiana. While in law school, Miesha has had the privilege of participating in and winning awards for both mock trial and moot court competitions. After those wonderful experiences, she wanted to participate in something that would allow her to celebrate others. Louisiana Miss Amazing was the perfect match because it focuses on a population of individuals that people so often forget about.. Being able to focus on these women's' strengths and beauty rather than their differences is an opportunity that she could not pass up. Her only prayer is that everyone who participates or attends will be humbled in some way.
DIRECTOR OF Sponsorships
Matt Hayes grew up in Douglasville, Georgia. He joined the Army in 1996 where he did two tours in Kuwait in 1999 and 2000 and also did one tour in Iraq in 2005 so he could protect the citizens and country he so loves. In 2004, he became a police officer so he could help people here at home. He rejoined the Army in November 2007 as a Military Police officer to learn more about serving his community. In 2014, he and his wife moved to Baton Rouge, LA so she could go to law school. When she became the State Director of Louisiana Miss Amazing, Inc., he wanted to volunteer his time to help the girls and women with disabilities in Louisiana grow and show the community how talented and beautiful they are.
Director of fundraising
Kentravis Aubrey grew up in Bastrop, Louisiana, where he led his high school football team to several state championships. He went on to graduate from Louisiana State University in 2011. During his four years at LSU, Kentravis had the opportunity to play on the football team where they won the National Championship in 2007. That experience was extremely rewarding and he still reaps the benefits of being a part of something so special. Likewise, Kentravis knows what it feels like to be in the spotlight while numerous people celebrate you. When he was approached about the Louisiana Miss Amazing, he knew he had to be a part of it so that he can help a beautiful group of girls and women feel as special and celebrated as he has in the past. Kentravis can only hope that through this entire process, he is able to encourage other men to be a part of something bigger than themselves by giving back without expecting anything in return.