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Isabella Lamkin
Renieal Campbell
Torianna Wilson

Congratulations to the Alexia Academic Consulting Beauty and Brains Campaign Scholarship winners Isabella Lamkin, Renieal Campbell, and Torianna Wilson.

Isabella was the teen division winner of a $1,500 academic scholarship sponsored by Alexia Academic Consulting at the 2023 Miss Earth USA beauty pageant this past January. Isabella Lamkin is the current Teen Miss Kansas Earth USA with a GPA of 3.75 and wants to major in Education when she goes to college. Isabella is a Teen Advocate for Safe Haven Baby Boxes, which is a non-profit that provides insulated and monitored enclosed bassinets for mothers to safely and anonymously relinquish their children to. This organization is close to Isabella’s heart, because when she was less than two days old, she was abandoned outside an orphanage in China. Isabella has overcome so much adversity and is an excellent example of everything that Alexia Academic Consulting represents. 

Renieal was the Miss division winner of a $1,500 academic scholarship sponsored by Alexia Academic Consulting at the 2023 Miss Earth USA beauty pageant this past January. Renieal Campbell is the current Miss Pennsylvania Earth USA, a first generation college student majoring in Nutrition, and has been currently serving in the U.S. Army since 2017 as a drill sergeant. She is a mentor for the Travis Manion Foundation and aspires to create her own nonprofit organization within the next 5 years to provide initiative programs for at-risk youth.

Torianna was the winner of a $300 entrepreneur grant sponsored by Alexia Academic Consulting at the 2023 Miss Earth USA beauty pageant this past January. Torianna Wilson is the current Miss Alabama Earth USA and owner of the clothing store Wildly Misunderstood based in Georgia. Torianna started her business with the goal of creating bold and fun collections that pageant women and professionals could feel confident wearing to work, play, and everything in between. Her goal is to have her own brick and mortar store within the next 3-5 years.  

That’s my name that was just published in Epilepsia Magazine. Before I was Alexia Academic Consulting I was a medical school applicant and Master’s student at Washington University in St.Louis doing research in the pediatric neurology department.  I did basic research in a cancer biology lab for all 4 years of undergrad and 3 years of basic research post-grad. I found my true calling when started my business and I chose a different path. It makes me so happy that I can help students that are on the premed track to reach their goals.

I was not a perfect premed student, but I learned from my mistakes and I find so much joy and happiness in mentoring my premed clients beyond their standardized tests. This summer I was able to get my long term client Lakshita into Dr. Holtzman’s research lab at Wash U. Don’t delay, book your academic coaching session today with Alexia Academic Consulting. 
Washington, D.C. – Thanks to a generous contribution by Alexia Academic Consulting, the Miss Earth USA organization will be awarding an additional $25,000 in grants, scholarship and prizes during the upcoming pageant season.

The Alexia Academic Consulting Scholarship for Women consists of one Teen Scholarship of $1,000 USD and one Miss Scholarship of $1,000 USD. Delegates considered for these scholarships must be currently enrolled in a 4-year university or attending the university during Fall 2023.

The Alexia Academic Consulting Entrepreneur Grant of $300 USD will be awarded to a recipient with an established LLC small business. This award includes Miss, Teen and Mrs. delegates.

Additionally, the winner of Teen Miss Earth USA 2023 will receive a $500 consulting grant and nearly 200 state and regional delegates in divisions of Miss, Teen, Mrs. and Junior Ambassadors will have access to a $200 consulting or product gift card.

Based in Chicago, Alexia Academic Consulting is owned by 2016 Miss Alabama Earth Alexia Robinson. Robinson earned an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and a master’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to launching her own consulting venture, Robinson was a private ACT, SAT, and PSAT tutor at a top test prep company.

“My time with Miss Earth USA as a state delegate was such a special experience,” said Robinson. “These titleholders work very hard in the community and they deserve to have opportunities for expert guidance in the classroom.”

According to Robinson, she is proud to help her students score on average a 31 on the ACT and 1380 on the SAT. 100% of students are admitted to at least one of their “dream colleges.” Alexia Academic Consulting specializes in addressing key learning issues including learning disabilities, test anxiety, and difficulties in reading comprehension. She states that 100% of students see improvement in their coursework grades and improvement in their benchmark readiness for college.

In 2022, the Miss Earth USA organization awarded $15,000 in scholarships and grants, including the Beauties for a Cause scholarships, People’s Choice scholarship, and the Rosen Grant. According to National Director Laura Clark, the organization aims to more than double funding for grants in 2023.

“Our goal is to support the charitable efforts of the national winners,” says Clark, “but also honor the work of our state delegates. A woman does not have to win the national title in order to win a scholarship.”

Miss Earth USA provides scholarships through the official 501C3 partner organization B4ACUSA Foundation. Individual and corporate supporters are invited to consider making a gift to the upcoming scholarship awards season. Contact the Miss Earth USA national office at