Meet Ms. Daisha Corbin, 2024 Junior Miss Juneteenth® America Participant


Daisha Corbin of Theodore, Alabama is a 7th grader at Faith Academy, where she is involved in cheer, track and served as a Homecoming Maid. She also participates in tumbling and is active in her church.

Let’s get to know Daisha!

Q: Why do you want to be crowned Junior Miss Juneteenth America or Teen Miss Juneteenth America?

A: I would love the opportunity to learn more about my culture and my history. Too, I want to represent other young black females and inspire them to participate in the next Juneteenth!

Q: How would you serve as a role model as the crowned Junior Miss Juneteenth America or Teen Miss Juneteenth America?

A: I would serve as a role model by reaching out to different communities, spreading what I’ve learned and experience during my Juneteenth journey.

Q: What is the key to success?

A: I think the key to success is faith, prayer, trusting, and believing in the most high perseverance, dedication, loyalty, and expiring myself to never give up.

Q: What is your proudest accomplishment?

A: My proudest accomplishment was when I made the cheer team at school!

Q: What charity did you select and why?

A: My charity of choice would be Saint Jude. I selected this because my plan in the future is to become a neurosurgeon.I’m interested to help pediatric patients as well as geriatric patients fulfill their needs and goals, and or surgeries, needed to save a life.

Q: How do you plan to use your scholarship?

A: I plan to use the scholarship for college.

Support Ms. Daisha Corbin

If you would like to show your support for Ms. Daisha Corbin in her running for 2024 Junior Miss Juneteenth America, send a message to,, to purchase ad space for the 2024 Miss Juneteenth America Scholarship Pageantry Program Souvenir Booklet!

Attend the 2024 Miss Juneteenth Scholarship Pageantry Program

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