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National Queens

Reigning as the National Miss Juneteenth Queen is more than just a title & crown. This prestigious honor lays the foundation for future Legacy Builders, Leaders, and Change Makers of tomorrow. The Juneteenth Queens possess a spirit of service to their communities and organizations while simultaneously serving as role models and living proof of Black Girl Magic.


Queen Saniya, Inaugural

Saniya Gay is the FIRST Miss Juneteenth National Queen. She was crowned in 2020 during the COVID-19 worldwide epidemic. It was during this time of extreme hardship that she continuously brought light into a darkening world and delivered a  sense of joy and resilience to all who witnessed her ascension to the national throne. 

Circa 2020

  • The First National Miss Juneteenth Queen

  • Currently, a Junior at Delaware State University, studying Mass Communications with a concentration in Digital Media.

  • Entrepreneur: President & Founder of "Love Don't Hurt", a platform that combats Domestic Violence. 

  • Community Advocate & Organizational Spokesperson for the "400 years Of African American History Commission."

  • Favorite Quote: "If you can't love yourself, how in the world are you going to love somebody else?"   -RuPaul  


Queen Madison, 2022 Reigning

Madison Corzine hails from the Dallas-Ft. Worth area and is the CURRENT Miss Juneteenth USA. She received the national title and crown in no other than Galveston, Texas, the birthplace of Juneteenth itself.  Poised with undeniable grace, Madison captured the heart of the Pageant, the island of Galveston, and secured the win for her home state, Texas.

Circa 2022

  • Graduated High School at 16 years old (2023)

  • Enrolled at Spelman College, rising Freshman - Fall 2023

  • Teen Entrepreneur: Founder of Pragmatic Prodigies, a nonprofit that targets the issues of Period Poverty.

  • Quote:  "By participating in this pageant, it allowed me to expand my platform beyond the DFW area to a national stage. That's very important for our young girls to be able to do."


Queen Ace, Miss National Juneteenth

Circa 2021


Poised, Powerful, & Purposed 💛🎯

“Try your hardest to be confident in who you are. You are enough - you are beautiful.."

Meagan Tandy

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