Pageant Director, Philanthropist & Community Activist: Dr. Krystal Okeke’Chanchangi


Dr. Krystal Okeke’Chanchangi is a businesswoman, journalist, american model, Nollywood actress, Global Cultural Activist at America Kids Multicultural World Organization, and Ms. Illinois USA Universal 2016. In 2020, she was appointed the Ambassador of Nigerian Youths in the diaspora by the Coalition of Nigerian Youths organization. Dr. Krystal also owns Miss & Mr. America Nation pageant, America Nation Multicultural World Inc. & Africa Multicultural World Foundation.

 Why do you do what you do? 

Giving Kids & People a voice and platform is what I know how to do best! Making people shine the brightest while uniting a diverse nation of culture globally through my Kids Multicultural World Organization is my passion. We have raised awareness and continue to empower the next generation, working tirelessly to end bullying, discrimination and hate crime. 

Using Miss & Mr. America Nation to empower women and kids to be community activists worldwide and my nonprofits to focus on welfare, food and security, aiding , feeding and providing education funds to under-resourced people is so fulfilling! Helping the homeless and underprivileged community is a cause close to heart that I’ve been doing since childhood. Furthermore, uniting a diverse nation is a movement that I am very passionate about coming from a distinctive cultural background as a Nigerian American. I have seen how misinformation encourages segregation and I want to help change this, breaking hatred between people of different backgrounds worldwide.

What are some projects you are currently working on?

Events that I and & my team are working on include: 

  • Chicago Kids Multicultural Fashion Festival June 24 , 2023 (Tinley Park Convention Center ).
  • Las Vegas Kids Multicultural Fashion festival (October 31, 2023)
  • Texas Kids Multicultural Fashion Festival ( May 2023)
  • Kids Multicultural World Magazine which is produced on a monthly basis focusing on empowering the next generation, it displays Modeling , Fashion , Cultural and ending bullying empowerment articles and activism news and activities.
  •  Fundraiser for the underprivileged communities (Feed the hungry outreach by America Nation Multicultural World inc). 
  • 12 courses focused on kids empowerment held twice a month for 12 months.
  • Kids Multicultural World Fashion Festival is an event that promotes Multiculturalism, Global peace & Unity through Culture, Display of Art,  and leadership empowerment. This event unites people from different global cultures through workshops , sharing  business ideas and global activism. This festival provides educational sessions where people experience and see the diverse traditional heritages of global cultures. During the event there will be displays of cultural runway, global presentations by world leaders, good intercontinental music and performers.

What are your goals for the short-term and long-term?

I have a lot on my plate, it is like I never sleep. The nearest goal is to continue to impact the next generation because they are the future. Whatever we instill in them now is what they will eventually amount to. I want to continue to build on educational Global Cultural Unity projects for kids and  collaborate with other active-impactful organizations to keep up phenomenal philanthropy works across the world. 

Who or what inspires you?

My background, my daughter and all the ambassadors under my brand. 

I live for the people, my heart and soul is invested in global activism whether in culture or philanthropy works . 

If you could change anything about your industry, what would it be?

Equity, ending the stereotypes , giving all types of people regardless of age , class, race or gender the opportunity to come into the industry and excel without discrimination. 

I always wanted to be a part of some TOP brands for modeling agencies and pageants organizations. However, there were very few accessible opportunities to advance into those fields. There are either tight age restrictions or a requirement stating you can't compete after having kids, birthplace/nationality stipulations, fitness ideals and other forms of exclusion. Having an accent also was an unfair barrier for me. As long as a person speaks English, there should be no issue. We are the United States, not the divided ones. 

Despite being well qualified, I faced many challenges and decided to be a part of helping create desperately needed industry change to be more inclusive of people from all backgrounds. 

What do you plan to do once you cross the millionaire mark?

Give even more than I am giving now. 

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