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Miss Globe Ambassador Interview with Sara Cromwell


2012 Miss Globe Ambassador Sara Cromwell may be the nicest girl ever to dress as a naughty Halloween nurse. From mile-long locks to mile-long legs, she is indeed one of the most dangerous women in Hollywood. The stiletto spikes at the end of her confident stride alone could kill.

Soon those same tanned legs will straddle the earth as our stunning global ambassador tours India. We were lucky to catch Sara between photo ops for this brief piece.

1) Besides your obvious beauty, what motivated you most to enter the MGA Pageant?

I want to motivate people around the world to accept one another and celebrate our different cultures. Also, I love that pageants enrich women by increasing their intelligence and compassion.

2) What do you hope to accomplish during your trip to India?

I want to reach out to the people there, especially the women and children. I want to motivate and encourage them to be the best that they can be, and to let them know that no one and nothing should stop them.

3) Which special secret talents do you have that you would like to develop in the future?

I love acting and writing. I want to share my stories through scripts that touch the hearts of the people.

4) What makes a woman truly beautiful?

I think what makes a woman most truly beautiful is her heart. True beauty comes from within. A truly beautiful woman has compassion, cares for others, and is non-judgmental.

5) What in your opinion are the greatest challenges and rewards of multiculturalism?

The biggest challenge of multiculturalism is bridging the gap of differences between cultures. The biggest reward of bridging that gap is celebrating those differences.

6) You have agreed to star in my company photo shoot called Ancient Cultures Meet Modern Communications at the California Science Center. What are your thoughts on this combination of the old and the new in our globalizing age?

I think that is a wonderful combination! Modern society would not be where it is if it were not for the accomplishments and sacrifices of our ancient cultures. Our past has helped us shape our future, and it will be my honor to be a part of this revolutionary shoot.

7) Any parting comments on the condition of the world, Miss Globe Ambassador? What changes might you like to make?

The world is what we make of it, whether it be positive or negative. It’s up to us all to shape the future, hopefully towards global peace and prosperity.

The change I would most like to make is to motivate people to focus on the positive and celebrate all of our cultures. Together we can make this world a better place for ourselves and future generations.

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Dr. Laura Wilhelm was born in Philadelphia, PA on May 17, 1965. Her family lived briefly in Palo Alto and Oakland, CA before settling in San Diego when Laura was 10. In 1988 Laura graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Reed College in Portland, OR with a major in Russian and minor in Classics. She received her doctorate in Russian language and literature with honors from the U of Kansas in 1994 before relocating to Los Angeles with her husband, Christopher. Laura belongs to Dobro Slovo, the national Slavic honor society. Laura received much recognition for her work with the City of West Hollywood's Russian-speaking immigrant community before moving on to an eclectic teaching and consulting career in the Greater Los Angeles area. Since May 2009 Laura has run an award-winning business and talent development company called LauraWil Intercultural. Her associates comprise major international names in the arts, entertainment, fashion, literature, and science. Laura is a member of the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and sits on several of their committees. In West Hollywood she has helped to develop and promote programming for major world events such as Fashion's Night Out sponsored by VOGUE Magazine. In 2011 Laura's company was nominated for a WHCC Creative City Award (Category: Creative Communications). In January 2012 Laura was appointed CEO for a youth oriented online media company called vrmedia based in Washington, DC that has quickly formed networks up and down the East and West Coasts. At around the same time she started collaborating on charity fund raising for the Foundation Fighting Blindness with celebrated beauty pageant winner April Lufriu (Mrs. Florida, Mrs. America, and Mrs. World). Laura works with many other charities such as Finding Freedom International, Pals Around the World, and We Care For the World. She has been invited to serve on the Board of Directors for Designers 4 Africa, whose clientele includes A-list celebrities such as Cameron Diaz and Gisele Bundchen. Laura's Los Angeles company is running an ongoing bi-cultural RUNGLISH book promotion whose author Nina Naydenova is allied with renowned Russian luminaries such as tenor Nikolai Baskov and Oksana Fedorova, Russia's only Miss Universe to date. vrmedia plans to carry a definitive annotated translation of Leo Tolstoy's classic autobiography CHILDOOD-BOYHOOD-YOUTH as well as many other world masterpieces through Penguin Classics. As Los Angeles Chair Laura reviews fashion events for Emerging Global Designers. She also writes regular features on cultural topics for COLD HEAT NEWS and HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY. She has appeared live on KNBSTV.COM and Global TV. In graduate school Laura worked and studied in the former Yugoslavia and Soviet Union. She and her husband have visited Greece and led two successful Explorica tours of Italy for students from Mayfield Senior School in Pasadena, CA. Laura is active with the American-Russian Business Council, the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival, and the Los Angeles Sister Cities. Recently she was designated Russian Ambassador for the multicultural 2012 Global Independence Day awards event at the Beverly Hilton. She has listings in numerous WHO'S WHO, American Biographical Institute, and International Biographical Centre publications.

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