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Ludwidg Louizaire
Miss Georgia 2024

Ludwidg (LuLu) Louizaire resides in Atlanta, Georgia, where she is employed as a marketing coordinator for the Pronghorn Company. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in 2019
from Virginia’s Hampton University, graduating with a degree from the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications. Lulu aspires to earn her MBA and become a Chief Marketing Officer.

She is the founder of “Roads to the Classroom” backpack and school supply drive, benefiting 300 students. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.®. A recipient of the
Changemaker Award, she is a Board member for The Scholarship Plug foundation.

A first-generation college graduate, Ludwidg is bilingual. Her community service initiative is entitled “Education for Every Student.” Her initiative ensures that students’ educational
opportunities and life trajectories are not defined by their zip codes. She accomplishes this through providing direct student benefits, building strategic partnerships, and advocating for
legislative changes.

Ludwidg states, “From an outsider's perspective, one might assume I came from a picture-perfect home, given my achievements and education. However, my reality was marked by
poverty and abuse until college. While some students juggled academics and extracurricular activities, I navigated surviving an occasionally abusive older brother, which not only hindered
my focus on studies but also limited my ability to perform at my best.

Upon entering Hampton University, I realized my circumstances were far from normal, fueling my ambition to create a healthier future for myself and, in turn, change the lives of students who experienced similar environments.” Describing her health initiative and its alignment with #MissAmericaFit, LuLu explains, “Health encompasses all aspects of my personal well-being including my spiritual, mental, and emotional health.


Being #MissAmericaFit ranges from school and community visits around the state, being part of my small group at church, and even Kickboxing at Roundhouse Gym.” LuLu believes that other than her community service initiative Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DEI) is a paramount social issue of our generation. It has traditionally been treated as an optional initiative, but it now is a fundamental necessity. Research shows that when organizations prioritize DEI, it benefits their economic growth and enables them to reach a broader audience, all while fostering a more inclusive community.

LuLu is a vocalist. As much as she loves performing, she is most passionate about her CSI. “My story drives me. It drives me to help students see beyond themselves, see beyond their
current circumstances, and seek a path toward a brighter future. A student’s zip code should never determine their opportunity to obtain a quality education. My work focuses on ensuring
that no child falls through the cracks.”

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