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Ep. 58 Miss America Nia Franklin Conversation

Miss America Nia Franklin talks about what it felt like to be crowned Miss America, the miracles in donating her stem cells to save her father’s life, and what she wants her legacy to be for her life. 

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Nia Franklin is the newly crowned Miss America, a classically trained opera singer, an advocate for the arts, and the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals National Goodwill Ambassador. 


Listen to this episode and learn:

  • How Nia overcame losing her first pageant competition to become Miss America.
  • The biggest miracle Nia’s family saw when her dad was diagnosed with cancer and needed a stem cell transplant.
  • Nia’s dream to be a famous singer and hear her perform the first song she wrote as a 5-years-old called “Love.”
  • What Nia hopes to accomplish during her reign as Miss America 2019 including advocating for the arts.
  • The advice Nia would give any young girl who is considering participating in Miss America 2.0.


This episode is brought to you by Walmart and Sams Club.


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