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- Bendable flats, unbelievable comfort
- Silver small sequins upper
- Bendable Rubber soles
- Soft insole, Medium fit
- Run true to size.
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AJAE-SANA - Style spokesperson
“Don’t be like the rest of them, Darling… Be a Sparkly Flat in a room of Sparkly Stiletto’s!”
Some of Ajae’s achievements:
- 2019 Miss Pennsylvania Jr. High School America
- 2017 Miss Next Level Youth Preteen
- 2017 Pennsylvania America’s Miss Pageant Preteen Queen
- 2016 Miss American Coed Keystone State Preteen Queen
- 2015 National American Miss Pennsylvania Cover Girl
- 2018 Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award
- 2017 Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award
- 2017 Silver Presidential Volunteer Service Award
- 2016 Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award
- 2015 Silver Presidential Volunteer Service Award
- 2017 National Youth Community Ambassador and Triumph Award Nominee
- 2017 Pageantry Magazine Spirit Award
- Habitat for Humanity Jr. Ambassador
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Youth Ambassador
- Print Model – PKFW Model – RLS Model
“Hello my name is Ajae-Sana Richardson, I am 13 years old and I was recently crowned your 2019 Miss Pennsylvania Jr. High School America. This year I will be promoting our National Platform B.R.A.V.E – “Building Respect and Values for Everyone”. This is the official national platform and anti-bullying campaign of the Miss Jr. High, High School, and Collegiate America Organization. Our mission is to reduce the effects of bullying and raise awareness of bullying in schools and communities. I entered the 8th grade this year and currently hold a 3.5 GPA. I am a part of the student council government at my middle school and the Big Brother, Big Sister Program. Outside of school I am a member of the Montgomery County 4-H club, where I belong to the Archery and Sewing Club. I believe the volunteering is a way of life, so I started an organization called “Jae Possible” to encourage the youth in my community to volunteer.