Family Legacy Inspires 2019 Mrs. Texas Contestant Sara Davis
Pageant competition is in Sara Davis's blood, her Mother was the first African American woman to win in the pageant world as Miss Subway New York in 1948.
By: Sara Davis
Thelma Porter was a young woman of influence, where it afforded her the support of her peers and gave her the opportunity to be chosen as the first African American woman to integrate the pageant would as Miss Subway New York in 1948. It was an event that brought a great sense of accomplishment and encouragement to the African American community. Thelma's pageant success led her to grace the covers of Jet and Ebony magazines. Sara will now continue her mother's legacy with her participation in this years' Mrs. Texas pageant. To see Sara and learn more about her reasons for running in the Mrs. Texas Pageant, watch this video.
Sara's platform for the Mrs. Texas pageant is Health and Wellness for Women, in all stages of life, in all social, cultural and economic backgrounds:
So, you may ask yourself how you can support Sara Davis. First, you may pray for her as she walks this journey. One area of the pageant competition is social media impact. You can follow Sara on her social media platforms – Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/
About Sara Davis
Sara grew up in California, married her high school peer Keith Davis and they have two boys, Josiah and Daniel. Sara's passion for people and diversity has taken her all over the world speaking to thousands. She plans to use this pageant platform to carry her message long after the pageant ends through speaking engagements, workshops, conferences and overall education for women.
Follow Sara via social media on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/