Pageant Beauty Takes Community Involvement to the Next Level

Gonzalez to share the impact of her platform on Anti-Bullying and Empowering Women.

The passion that Oklahoma native Carla Gonzalez – Model, Philanthropist, Public Speaker, Social Worker – as the beauty queen represents America expands her reach into causes that require awareness. Gonzalez has a national certification in Bullying Prevention and Teen Dating Violence Prevention, a cause that she has been devoted to for several years and has been a leading part of her platform. READ MORE

Carla Gonzalez Crowned Ms. America® International 2012

Using her crown for a purpose to make a difference in her community and across America

Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) – Carla Gonzalez from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma was crowned Ms. America® International 2012 on April 15 in Anaheim, California in a ceremony hosted by the Ms. America® Pageant. She also received the “Crown for a Purpose” award in recognition of her dedication to making a difference in her community regarding her platform, Anti-Bullying. Gonzalez is originally from Idabel, a rural area of Oklahoma which she still considers to be home as most of her family, friends, and fans are still residents.READ MORE

Reigning Ms. Oklahoma America Carla Gonzalez Gets Ready for the 2012 Ms. America® Pageant

Gonzalez, a children’s advocate, recently attended a celebrity charity event for children held in Beverly Hills.

Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) – Current Ms. Oklahoma America 2012 pageant winner Carla Gonzalez has garnered numerous title wins since first venturing into the world of pageant competitions. This year she will enter the 2012 Ms. America® Pageant inspired by her success and her supporters.READ MORE

Ms. Oklahoma America ’12 Carla Gonzalez Lends Support to Anti-Bullying Efforts

Gonzalez will enter the forthcoming Ms. America pageant hoping to draw attention to anti-bullying.

Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) – Carla Gonzalez continues to demonstrate exemplary leadership in her titles as Ms. Oklahoma America 2012, Ms. U.S. of America 2011, and Ms. Oklahoma United States 2009-2010 by lending her support to various anti-bullying initiatives in hopes of reaching teens and young children.READ MORE