Dr. Cindy Bradford
Dr. Cindy Bradford has been involved with pageants for over 30 years. I am a former Miss South Carolina Teenager and have held many titles in South Carolina. I'm a pageant mom, state and national judge for natural and glitz pageants, emcee, and is the Executive Director of America's Majestic Miss National Pageant which is a natural pageant with a touch of glamour. I have directed many local and state pageants over the last ten years. I was the former Director for Georgia and South Carolina America's Fabulous Faces, Puttin' on the Pageant and Miss Red and Black pageant. I love everything about pageantry and it has had a tremendous positive impact on her life. I believe that pageants help build life-time success skills in girls including confidence, poise, leadership skills, character and values, speaking publically, interviewing skills, and performing under pressure. I was awarded the Who's among America's Outstanding Business Women and Who's Who among Pageantry. I'm currently involved in receiving my certification as a professional certified pageant director.
My daughter Savannah is the current Miss Dacula Collegiate and holds the title of Miss Georgia America's US Miss. Savannah has won over 125 pageant tityles including state, national and international pageants. Savannah is also a pageant coach and teaches others the skills needed for winning pageants.
I'm married to Don Bradford and we reside in Dacula, Ga. . We are members of Hebron Baptist Church and are actively involved in the community.
I have my B.S. in Psychology, M. Ed. in Counseling and Development and recently completed my Doctorate in Organizational Ledership. I retired with AT&T as a Corporate Trainer, Organizational Development and Leadership Manager. I'm now a consults with organizations throughout the US on leadership, training, sales and corporate engagement solutions. At present time I'm also a fashion and image consultant for Cashe'