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Crystal Bradley

Crystal Bradley


2023 Ms. Magnolia State Plus America

Service Platform:

Diabetes Awareness

Thank you in advance for your continued support as I journey to the National Miss Plus America competition in Houston, TX in July 2023! Donate below and all donations go directly to me!

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Crystal Evette Bradley is a native of the city of Brotherly Love Rosedale, MS but currently resides in Shelby, MS. She’s a fur mom to her dog Dolly Monae. Crystal is a proud graduate of the prestigious Rust College where she received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work and traveled with, The World-Renowned Rust College A cappella choir. Crystal is currently in a dual master’s program obtaining her MS in Social Work and Public Health. Crystal is the CEO and founder of non-profit Queen S.T.A.T.U.S. empowerment for young ladies. In her free time, Crystal enjoys writing, acting with Story Works Community theater, exercising daily with step aerobics, line dancing with the Atomic Steppers, traveling, singing karaoke, and spending time with friends and family. Crystal is a prayer warrior who believes in putting God first in all that she does. Crystal is currently focusing on being the best version of herself by staying positive, eating right, exercising, self-care routines and making her health a top priority.

About My

My platform is R.I.D.E (Reimagining Intercultural Diabetes Education) by advocating the importance of linking education and analyzing the approach of diabetes awareness in the black community. I will promote and encourage routine wellness follow-ups, healthy eating, affordable fitness opportunities, and grow the community resources in rural communities in the Mississippi Delta. I chose this cause because I personally witnessed loved one’s battle with the diabetes disease and while working in health care, understand how the resources are not as tangible in my small hometown. Buckle up and RIDE with Chrissy!




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