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Mrs. Attala County Plus America 2024

Quaneka "Neka" Mallett

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Mrs. Attala County Plus America 2024

Service Platform:

Stroke Awareness

I will be competing for the title of Mississippi Plus America!

Thanks in advance to all my friends, family, and businesses for their support!

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About Me


I am Quaneka Mallett, most people call me Neka. I am the wife to my significant other, Monica of two years. I am 28 years old from Sallis, MS but currently reside in Brandon, MS. I am the only child to my lovely mother Ramona Felton. I graduated from Mississippi University for Women December 2019 with my Bachelor's in Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management. I also became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Incorporated Spring of 2019. I currently work as a healthcare data analyst. I enjoy reading, thrift shopping and making memories with my family. I attend Word of Life also a member of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church.

1 John 4:8 KJV - "He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love."

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About my Platform

I chose Stroke Awareness as my platform because my mother suffered from a stroke September 2022. I took it upon myself to learn everything I could about strokes and also life after a stroke.
This acronym could save a life, BE SAFE! Do you know the signs for a stroke:
B is for balance, sudden loss of balance or dizziness.
E is for eyes, vision can be blurred, double or loss of vision.
F is for face, their smile or mouth may be drooped.
A is for arms, they might not be able to lift both arms.
S is for speech, their speech might be slurred or not clear.
T is for time, it is time to dial 911 immediately if you notice any of these signs or symptoms!
-Nearly 800,000 people in the United States have a stroke every year, with about 3 out of 4 being first-time stroke sufferers.
-Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds, and every 4 minutes someone dies of stroke.
-Stroke is a leading cause of long-term disability and the leading preventable cause of disability.
-Time is very important when it comes to a stroke!

Remember always act FAST!

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My Sponsors:

Thank you to my amazing supporters & business sponsors!

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