Local fashion designers produced the dress she was wearing.
After winning the 2021 Ms. Wisconsin title, Keerah Yeowang went on to win the USoA's Ms. 2022 national title earlier this year.
“Ms. USA 2022,” Yeowang tells the New York Times, “was something I never expected to do in a million years.” In the top two, she was holding USoA Ms. Mississippi's hand when they announced Wisconsin as the winner.
Yeowang wanted to do something unique to honor her ancestry for the pageant's patriotic clothing segment. This year, she invited the Edessa School of Fashion students Lyn Kream and Lynne Dixon Speller to design an entirely new Black American Heritage Flag outfit.
To sum it up, Yeowang is proud to be African American and share in a unique heritage. Showing it out on a national platform is the best way to go about it.
To help women accomplish their aims, desires, goals, and aspirations while also boosting their self-esteem and self-worth, the USoA pageants were created, and Yeowang is personally committed to this goal.
Yeowang's mission is to empower women of all ages and stages of life to feel beautiful and confident. Yeowang launched her national campaign Confidence is Currency as Ms. 2022 of the United States of America to illustrate this aim.
Yeowang claims that if you unlock the secret to confidence, you will be able to achieve anything you set your mind to.
Off the stage, Carter is a businesswoman and makeup artist who founded Poshmetics Cosmetics to help women and young girls gain self-confidence through the use of cosmetics.