Brandy and her husband Chad currently reside in Grimesland , NC . She is employed with First South Bank as a Mortgage Loan Officer in Greenville . She has been in the mortgage industry for the past 9 years and loves giving the opportunity of home ownership to many people. Brandy has been involved in all aspects of pageants for the past 21 years and has personally competed on local, state, and national levels winning numerous titles. She has a strong dancing background with individual concentration in jazz and tap. She still remains very active in pageants as a director, wardrobe consultant, personal coach, interview training, and hair/makeup artist for all levels of pageants. Brandy is a current member of the Belhaven Celebrations Committee, Pitt/Greenville Board of Realtors where she was named the 2009 Affiliate of the Year, Pitt/Greenville Chamber of Commerce where she serves as an ambassador. Brandy is also the current director for the Miss Independence Scholarship Pageant held annually in Belhaven , NC .
Melanie Smith & Amy Sigmon
Princess of Hickory | Princess of Greater Piedmont
Melanie and Amy have worked together for six years in the world of pageantry. Combined, the team has over 25 years of pageantry experience. When the two aren’t “doing the pageant thing,” they both enjoy spending time with family and friends, hanging out at the lake, and eating at Taco Bell! Melanie is the mom of Courtney Smith, the “2004-2005 Tiny Miss Princess of North Carolina” and Allison Smith, the “2006-2007 Wee Miss Princess of North Carolina” and the “2007 Royal Princess of North Carolina.” Melanie has traveled all over the state of North Carolina with her girls competing and appearing at pageants; as well as, judging and coaching. She resides in Granite Falls, North Carolina where she owns a grading business with her husband, Jimmy.
Amy owns and operates the Greater Piedmont Dance Company in Hickory, NC. The studio consistently produces local, state, and national level title winners. Amy has been involved in dance and pageantry since the age of two. In 1992, she held the title of “Miss Hickory,” and went on to compete in the “Miss North Carolina Scholarship Pageant.” She resides in Newton, North Carolina with her husband, James and daughters, Abbey Grace and Ainsley Faith.
Steve and Susan Mintz
have been directing pageants as husband and wife for twelve years! Susan founded the Princess system in 1993 and is also the owner of the Little and Teen Miss Goldsboro and Little & Teen Miss Wayne County pageants. Susan has been involved in all aspects of pageants for over 30 years from competitor to pageant mom and everything in between. She has also owned and operated her own pageant dress shop and is a licensed cosmetologist! Steve is employed as an engineer with SPX Corporation in Goldsboro and has been involved in all aspects of pageantry for over ten years, from auditor, judge, and director! He handles all the "behind the scenes" aspects of directing and is also the creator and manager of this website! Both Steve and Susan have judged many different styles of pageants on the local, state, regional and national levels. They are also on the Miss North Carolina list of accredited judges. They reside in Goldsboro, NC with their dog "Taco" and their cats "Kitty Fluff" and "Simba"!
Eddie and Marie Maroules
Pitt County Young Miss | Princess of Lenoir County | Princess of Pitt County
have been involved in the pageant industry for over 16 years! They have experienced pageants from every angle! They have judged on the local, regional, state, and national levels and have been directing for over ten years! They have three children, two boys, Trey and Michael and one daughter, Elizabeth! Elizabeth competed in pageants for 15 years and has held the title of Overall Supreme Princess of North Carolina three times, Teen Miss Wayne County USA in 2001 (a top twelve finisher @ Miss NC USA), and most recently relinquished her Miss Eastern Carolina title (MAO) in 2010. Marie is also the owner of the "Dariy Bar" in Kinston and Eddie is the former owner of Southeast Auto Brokers of Kinston!
Princess of North Carolina - 501 Plantation Road - Goldsboro, NC 27530
Sonny & Vonnie Walton
Princess of Robeson County
Sonny & Vonnie Walton reside in Lumberton with their two sons Coleman and Korbyn, and one daughter Kaloni. Sonny is a human resource manager at a local retail chain and Vonnie is a fulltime housewife and student. They have been involved in pageants for over 6 years. Kaloni began competing at 3 months old. She has competed in numerous pageants and was the 2005 Baby Miss Princess of NC and currently holds the title as 2009 Mini Supreme Princess of NC. Sonny has been in every aspect of pageantry from judging, coaching, and designing pageant wear. We are very excited to join the Princess of NC pageant system as directors and can’t wait to get to meet new people.
Princess of Lee County/Tri-County
Lisa has been involved in many areas of pageantry as a former contestant in her childhood years and later in both Miss NC and Miss California MAO preliminaries. In addition, she has judged pageants on the local and State levels. Lisa is now a pageant mom herself.
Lisa resides in Raleigh, NC with her husband Peter, son Chris a typical boy who loves Karate and Soccer and daughter Holly who is the reigning Baby Miss Princess of Crystal Coast. Lisa is thrilled to be apart of such a great pageant system and is looking forward to meeting new friends and creating lasting friendships.
Princess of Wake County
Beth has been involved in pageants for the past 6 years as a co-director for the Carolina Princess program for the Miss North Carolina
Organization. She is also on the executive committee for the Miss North Carolina Organization and volunteers a lot of her time to
mentoring young children. Beth lives in Clayton, NC with her husband and 2 children. Her daughter has recently become involved in
pageants and is the current Tiny Miss Princess of Crystal Coast. Beth looks forward to being a part of the Princess of North Carolina
family as a director and pageant mom.
Ham & Yam Festival | Princess of Mule City
Deborah resides in Benson NC with her husband Marvin and daughter Charli. She has been involved in pageants for many years from directing, auditing, judging, and as a pageant mom. Deborah has directed the Ham & Yam festival pageant for many years and has raised thousands of dollars for the MeFine foundation, CMN, and Victory Junction. Charli has competed in pageants since she was a small child and has held many titles, most recently she was the 2010 Little Miss Princess of North Carolina. Charli is now one of our beloved "has beens". We are truly blessed to have Deborah and her family in ours.
Princess of Coastal Carolina
Diane has been involved in pageants for a number of years. Most recently she served on the board for the Miss Eastern Carolina Pageant a Miss NC preliminary. She is currenly a nurse for Carolina East Medical Center and has been with them for over 22 years. She is a Miss NC certified judge and is on the active judges list. Diane said "I have always enjoyed watching pageants and loved the time I spent with my daughter when she competed". She has been the director for the Strawberry Festival in the Vanceboro since 2009. She has also served as the President of the Vanceboro Resue Squad Auxiliary and the Strawberry Festival committee. Diane resides in Cove City NC with her husabnd Curtis where they have lived for over 34 years.
Princess of Southern Carolina
Crystal resides in Whiteville North Carolina with her children, Brandall Tyler McLamb and Aniston Leigh McLamb. Both her and her daughter have been involved in pageants for over 16 years. Crystal has held many titles including Miss Whiteville, Miss Williams Township and many others thoughout the years. She is a clogger at heart and has been teaching dance for the last 21 years. Her hobbies incude teaching dance, photography, judging pageants, being a dance mom, a soccer mom, a baseball mom and pageant mom. Crystal is thrilled to be apart of the Princess family and looks forward to growning as a person making new friendships, and helping in her neighborhood.
Jill Bradshaw Phipps
The Rose Hill Poultry Jubilee Pageant
Jill Bradshaw Phipps graduated from Miller-Motte Business College in Wilmington NC in 1998 with an associates applied science degree. She worked in womens health for the past 11 years and has been involved with the performing arts for the past 25 years as a dancer, choreographer, and dance studio owner. Jill is married to her huband, Vaughn and they have two Chihuahuas, Darlin & PeeWee. She enjoys traveling, watching her husband fly his remote control airplanes, try different foods, and spending time with family. Jill has dedicated her life to the world of dance and pageantry. She has a long legacy of being dedicated to helping young girls and her commitment has touched many lives. "My goal as a pageant director is to reinforce individual responsibility, discipline, good manners, self confidence and, of course, progress in the field of pageantry.
Sandye & Tommy Hicks
Miss New Hanover County Pageant
Tommy and Sandye Hicks reside in Wilmington, NC with their six (6) year old little girl, Berkley Ann. They are both attorneys and have a law practice, Hicks Law Firm, PLLC, which focuses on criminal, family and civil law. They are actively involved in the pageant community, and are owners of the Miss New Hanover County Organization. Sandye was a varsity cheerleader at East Carolina University, Miss Hemisphere and obtained several local and state awards for tap dancing. Prior to attending law school, Sandye was the founder and owner of the national champion Wilmington Allstar Cheerleading Program and Gym, featured on ESPN and Home Team Sports. Their daughter, Berkley Ann, was 2011 Tiny Miss Wilmington and currently 2012 Tiny Miss New Hanover County. They are elated to be part of the Princess of North Carolina family.
Miss Bailey Pageant
Cristy resides in Zebulon with her husband Willie of 15 years and 3 wonderful children, Noah, Cassie, and Zack. She has 10 years of dance experience including tap, ballet, jazz, clogging, and baton. She has been involved with pageants for 5 years with her daughter. She works full time as Laboratory Technician. When she isn't on a baseball field, softball field, at dance class, gymnastics, karate, or church with her family she enjoys trying to relax. She is very excited to be part of the princess family!