Local Chief Executive Officer, Kevi Berger, was crowned Int’l SUPER Mrs. this last Sunday at the America’s SUPER Pageant in Hamilton, Montana. Kevi is the first Montana delegate to earn the title of Int’l SUPER Mrs. She competed with contestants from around the United States in the areas of photogenic, interview, platform statement, swimsuit/athletic attire and evening gown. Kevi also received the Pageantry Spirit and Ms. Congeniality Awards as well as was awarded Most Photogenic,
Overall Interview winner, Overall Platform Statement winner and Evening Gown winner. Mrs. Berger works for the Hospice Care Foundation (HCF) in Missoula, Montana. HCF is a local nonprofit whose mission is to fund compassionate care activities and educate the community on hospice and palliative care options, while striving to ensure that hospice care options are available to all those in need. HCF currently hosts the Hospice Ball in February each year and Hospice Honors in September. Each quarter, HCF awards grants to hospice and palliative care organizations and recently announced an expansion of programs and will soon be awarding grants/financial assistance to individuals receiving hospice care.
When asked why she wanted to compete in this specific pageant, Mrs. Berger stated that “As a five time car crash survivor, I wanted to compete in a pageant that can truly help to save lives. I work as a CEO of a nonprofit because I want to give back each day and with ASP, I get to work with the Montana/Granite County Buckle Up Montana Coalition to promote seatbelt safety. This pageant was a perfect fit for me, and with the International competition held in Hamilton, I did not have far to travel.”
The America’s SUPER Pageant is personal development opportunity for women of all ages throughout the world. According to Director, Janet Bierer, “The delegates who represent our state, country and international titles have beauty, style, poise, intelligence, confidence, and a strong desire to improve the world around them by promoting a personal platform and/or the national Safety Belt Use & Awareness Platform. The pageant gives these women the opportunity to advance their personal goals, while acting as a role model to those around them.”
To learn more about the Hospice Care Foundation, visit HCF’s website at www.hcfmissoula.com. To learn more about the America’s SUPER Pageant, please visit www.americassuperpageant.com.
Source: Kevi Berger