Alexandria Van Dyke
A Spring 2017 graduate from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Education for Sport Management and a native of Albany, GA, Alex has 9+ years of pageantry experience as a competitor, director, and judge, and has been featured on Dialogue with WALB’s Karla Heath-Sands, The Albany Herald, VoyageATL, and The RAPView. Now a Double Dawg, Alex has also received her Master of Education from UGA in Fall 2021.
Along with her pageant career, she has earned the titles of Inaugural Girls Inc. of Albany, GA Service Ambassador 2015-2016, 2018 Omega Ambassador for the Beta Zeta Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Miss Black America Athens, GA 2018, under the Miss Black America System, the FIRST EVER United States of America's Miss Albany 2018, United States of America’s Miss Historic Georgia 2019, United States of America’s Miss Alabama 2020, and United States of America's Miss Florida 2021.
Alex promotes her personal platform #ChangeTheGame, exposing girls to STEM education and sport participation to enhance each girls’ self-esteem and self-discipline. Through collaborative efforts, #ChangeTheGame supports the mission and vision of Play Like a Girl!®, Girl Scouts of the USA, and Girls Inc. As an advocate for female youth development, promoting girls’ participation in sports and STEM has been a passion of Alex’s for years.
In addition to serving as Director of Athletic Operations for a local high school, Alexandria serves as a Lady Pearl Institute Etiquette Consultant, has previously served as a Direct Delivery Assistant at Girls Scouts of Historic Georgia, and has worked for the ESPN/SECNetwork Dawgvision Live Game Production Crew.
When Alex is not serving her community, you find her watching football, or binge watching one of her favorite shows.
Kea`ya Reeves is no stranger to wearing a crown, as she was elected Miss
Criminal Justice, Miss Junior and Miss Fort Valley State University during her
college matriculation. She competed and placed in the top 12 at the National Black Alumni Hall of Fame Competition of College Queens and was selected for a feature in Ebony Magazine as a top 10 Historically Black College and University queen for her campus and community involvement.
After graduating college, Kea`ya continued her education by pursing her Master’s Degree and started a career in Higher Education working in the areas of admissions, recruitment, and academic advising at various institutions in Georgia. After five years, she made a career change and now works for the federal government in the area of acquisition.
Kea’ya’s passion for pageants did not stop after her competing days. In
2016, she started her own pageant consulting business, Consulting with Kea`ya, where she offers services in pageantry such as, coaching, directing, mock interview techniques, platform development, on-stage presentation and etiquette workshops.
Some pageant organizations she has worked with include: Miss Warner
Robins/International City, Miss Dogwood, Miss American Prestige, and Miss
Georgia USA to name a few. She also serves as an accredited judge for Miss
Georgia, a preliminary pageant for the Miss America organization, Locally, she
has worked with various schools and nonprofit organizations to assist with their pageants and community programs. Kea`ya’s goal with her work is to create beauty from the inside out by providing contestants with skills to make them feel confident both on and off the stage.