South Carolina news anchor and reporter, Aubrey Jackson, always admired the pageant world and decided to compete for the title of Miss South Carolina USA for the first time this year. Jackson is a confident size 8 woman with hips and curves to prove it. She is passionate about encouraging women to embrace their bodies rather than hate it and she uses her platform to do so.
“I didn’t win the crown on pageant night, but I gained so much personally from the experience,” Aubrey says.
A first time contestant representing as Miss Mauldin USA 2018, Jackson is an advocate for the body positivity movement and believes that arenas like pageantry should be inclusive and allow women of all backgrounds and body types to feel welcomed and celebrated.
“For every woman who ever felt like she wasn’t “good enough” to be on that stage, every step that I took was for HER!” Aubrey shares with pride.
Aubrey is praised for being authentic on stage and off. As a local news personality she sets the standard of class and confidence and hopes that her pageant participation encourages other women to be fearless towards their goals and dreams.
This is why Aubrey is the #PynkGirl of the Day.