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“I love her body confidence campaign. I think it’s something that is definitely on the forefront of what’s happening in America right now and it’s something that needs to be brought to light,” Almeida said. “We honestly have seen women come through who had a double mastectomy whose daughters are getting married, we’ve had grandmothers of the bride who say, ‘We need our arms covered because I’m not happy with them.’ It just doesn’t end with women.”
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On Thursday evenings, after her day as a marketing co-op at Liberty Mutual Insurance is over, Sorooshian heads to a nearby homeless shelter to volunteer with Horizons for Homeless Children. There, she spends two hours playing with children, who range in age from 10 months to 11 years old, and teaching them colors, words and motor skills.
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Originally from northern California, Sorooshian volunteered in high school with the Veteran, Immigrant and Refugee Trauma Institute of Sacramento (VIRTIS) which, among many other services, provides community resources to young Iranian and Afghan refugees as they acclimate to American culture. While immigration faces much greater challenges, Sorooshian said she hopes to make an impact by helping VIRTIS afford simple things for its children — like dresses for their high school graduations.
“The condition of immigrants in America is so atrocious that I would at least like to make a little effort to change that,” she said. “And so that’s also why I’m raising money for them, just because I would like to give to my little community in Sacramento and who I know really needs it.”
Sorooshian said she hopes to exceed her $8,000 fundraising goal, $1,200 of which will go to covering pageant costs, so she can make the biggest impact possible on the two communities.
“She has such an amazing heart of service and she really has so many goals that she wants to accomplish,” Bootz said. “Pageantry is a stepping stone in her life, and I’m really excited for her.”
Before training for Miss Massachusetts, Sorooshian was skeptical about what pageants had to offer to young women. Now, she said every teen girl should enter a pageant before graduating high school.
“I feel like pageants force girls to take power over who they are and really face both the positive and negative sides of who they are,” she said. “And that’s why it’s helped me so much, just like really being in control of myself, really being proactive about my life. It’s just a great tool to learn about yourself and grow as a person.”
Photo courtesy Hamaseh Sorooshian