Ms. Priscilla Noel, of Atlantic City, New Jersey, was crowned MissInkAmerica.com 2010 on Friday, February 19, during the first ever MissInkAmerica.com Pageant at The Pool inside Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City, NJ.
Noel earned her crown, sash and scepter by rockin’ out her routine in a number of different categories including overall beauty, body art, personal platform, and responses to randomly selected questions.
“I’m so excited to be MissInkAmerica.com 2010! I can’t wait to get out into the public, give back to the community, and show people that women with body art are just as capable as those without body art to be role models for children and the community,” said Noel.
As MissInkAmerica.com 2010, Priscilla Noel will represent women with body art throughout the country by volunteering and giving back to her community as much as possible during her reign, while also reintroducing class and beauty back to Atlantic City with a distinct mix of edge and sexiness.
Priscilla was born in Fort Benning, Georgia. An ‘army brat’ growing up, Noel also called the states of Missouri and Alabama home before her family finally settled down in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Noel earned her high school diploma after being home-schooled for four years and was accepted to Rutgers University New Brunswick upon graduating. She attended Rutgers, however, due to personal obligations, was unable to complete her degree, instead entering and working in the security field through September 2009.
Growing up, Priscilla always loved to entertain. She always wanted to learn the latest dance moves, and even ‘beat-boxed’ for her father and uncle as a child. Noel starred as Anne Frank in 4th grade and, as she got older, took classes at Weist-Barron-Ryan Atlantic City and John Casablancas Modeling. She has also worked tirelessly with the youth of Atlantic City to help choreograph dances that were performed at their schools. Priscilla continues to pursue her passion of entertainment by auditioning for various roles in movies, TV shows and music videos. Her diverse background and training assisted in her preparation and choreography for the 2010 MissInkAmerica.com Pageant, as well as allowing her to feel comfortable with who she is while performing stage.
Priscilla’s platform for her reign as MissInkAmerica.com 2010 is sickle cell disease research and awareness. She first learned about the disease when donated blood to the Red Cross for the second time in 2001. She was personally touched by the disease when a family friend passed away due to the illness. From that point, Noel made it her goal to educate people about what sickle cell is and to help battle the disease. She decided that taking part in the 2010 MissInkAmerica.com Pageant would be the perfect way to inform people, both locally and regionally, about the disorder. As MissInkAmerica.com 2010, Noel will spread awareness about and raise funds to help fight sickle cell.
Since her tenure as MissInkAmerica.com 2010, Priscilla has volunteered at the local Atlantic City Rescue Mission, where she served food to the less fortunate. She plans on taking part in many more charitable functions during her reign.
“Priscilla encompasses every aspect of what our pageant represents. Her preparation and stage presence commanded everyone’s attention at the pageant, and she is the perfect representation of what our company’s ideology of beauty, brains and body art is all about,” said Cyprian Jennetta, COO of CJM’S Enterprise Ltd., the holding company which owns MissInkAmerica.com.