About Us

Black and Natural Pageantry gives a once in a lifetime opportunity to women of color who embrace their natural hair and beauty. Each competitor embarks on the journey to encourage, empower, and enlighten others by upstanding their natural beauty by rocking their natural roots! We are currently expanding to all states. All states are encouraged to apply!


We pride our self in having the requirement that each contestant must wear their Natural Hair the day of the Pageant. Besides raw beauty, we seek those who inspire to be a rising voice in the community. Someone who will run with such platform and bring more awareness in the way African-American beauty is portrayed.

Each competitor has the opportunity to partake in educational forums and events that focus on the importance of health, self-esteem, giving back, the enlightenment of one’s true beauty, and other major issues plaguing the African-American community.

2017 Black and Natural Pageant Contestant


Each year natural queens compete for their title of Miss Black and Natural. Age Divisions:
Tiny Miss Black and Natural
Little Miss Black and Natural
Jr. Miss Black and Natural
Teen Miss Black and Natural
Miss Black and Natural





2017 Miss Black and Natural- Texas

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Sierra Alida West graduated from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (UMHB) in the spring of 2015 with her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. She is currently a candidate to receive her Doctorate’s of Nurse Practitioner (DNP) at the University of Arizona in Spring 2021.  An active member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nurses, American Nurses Association (ANA), and Texas Nurses Association (TNA), Sierra currently works as a Registered Nurse for a pediatric hospital and the Department of Veteran’s Affairs as a float nurse in departments including Adult/Pediatric Medical-Surgical, Pediatric Intensive Care, and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Throughout the week, you can also find her volunteering in the local Health Department and the Greater Killeen Free Clinic.

Sierra is a Motivational Speaker who has published her first book entitled Nursing Boot Camp: A Fundamental Self-Help Guide for First year Nursing Students.  She has conducted speeches nationwide to audiences, ranging in size from a hundred to a few hundred listeners. She has received a variety of scholarships and awards from oratorical competitions that have led her to becoming a well sought-after speaker and role model for the new generation.

Not only a motivational speaker, but also an entrepreneur, Sierra is currently working on community projects that focus on the growth of urban populations. Holistic women’s health, fitness nursing, and community mentorship are just a few of the many careers that Sierra is taking on.

Sierra currently lives in Temple, Texas. In her free time, she loves participating in the arts of dance and theater, reading, writing, and embarking on adventurous expeditions, such as kayaking, exploring, and hiking. Visit Sierra on her personal website at www.SuccessWithSierra.com

2017  Miss Black and Natural – New York

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Alicia Davis is a born and bred New Yorker, raised and residing in Queens. She is an alumna of Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Science in International Health. Since graduating, Alicia has been working in the healthcare technology sector, developing startup programs and modernizing physician practices.

Alicia is also the creator of Cubicles & Curls, a brand dedicated to making natural hair a part of every dress code. She seeks to inspire black women to be confident in wearing their curls and locs in boardrooms, courthouses, galas and everywhere in between. Through her brand, she’s been featured as a moderator and panelist for discussions centered around natural hair, diversity, and inclusion. 
Serving as a mentor to high school and college girls for several years, Alicia hopes to reach young black women to encourage and equip them to break glass ceilings in all industries. Additionally, Alicia hopes to support the growth of black leadership at all corporate levels and promote black wealth through ownership and investments. Finally, she hopes to engage various communities in their local political activities and activate new and informed voters to perform their civic duties. 

2017 Little Miss Black and Natural

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Chloe Cossie-Montgomery born on Dec. 13, 2011 she is the youngest of 6 sisters, and 1 brother. She also has the privilege of being an aunt to a niece who is just one year young then she is. She loves to dance, sing, play soccer, model and act. Chloe is very adventurous, and enjoys interacting with people of all walks of life and traveling to many different places. She has learned at a very young age how to manage her active lifestyle while still enjoying being a child. As the winner of the 2016 title of Little Ms.Black and Natural, she hopes to be an example and a role model for other young girls. Chloe hopes to achieve this by teaching other young girls to be confident and embrace their natural beauty. She also hopes that by allowing herself to be an example for other young girls, they will be able to see that everything is within their reach, so long as they respect themselves, learn something new every day,except change, respect their elders and most importantly put God before everything.
Chloe Cossie-Montgomery

2017 Tiny Miss Black and Natural

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Isabella “Izzy” Garner is a Fabulous and smart one year old Diva who loves doing anything that doesn’t involve sitting still. Isabella is affectionately referred to as Mommy’s little wild flower; She captures the hearts of everyone she meets with her gorgeous smile and goofy personality! Her favorite activities include playing outside with her daddy and brothers as well as shopping and taking pictures for her Instagram page (@Isabella_Wildflower) with her mommy, Gigi, and aunt Alexis
Isabella Gardner

2017 Black and Natural Jr. Miss Ambassador

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Gabriella Garcia is 9 years old & the only girl amongst her 3 brothers. She’s a honor student within the Cy-Fair ISD. She loves to read novel books. Gabriella does competitive cheer for Cy-Fair Spartans and was awarded MVP for the Most Acrobatic 2015 cheer year . Gabriella is also a participant of the C.O.G.I.C( Church of God in Christ) National Sunshine Band. Shes also the recipient of little Miss. C.O.G.I.C Texas Southeast Jurisdiction local Pageantry as well as the State Division C.O.G.I.C Texas Jurisdiction Pageantry. Gabriella is also a active participant within her church,The Faith Church children’s choir and sunshine band youth. Gabriella enjoys the company of family,friends and meeting new people. She loves painting her nails, writing poetry and stories. Gabriella also bakes for her school,church,non-profit organizations,teachers, family,friends and events. She’s ultimately striving to start her own baking company. Gabriella loves to love and the idea of being loved,she’s truly a special angel!
​Gabriella Garcia

2017 Black and Natural Little Miss Ambassador

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Kylie is a bright and vibrant 6-year- old Kindergartner at Frank Elementary School in Spring, Texas. She is an honor roll student and enjoys dancing, acting, and playing soccer. She has been studying ballet, tap, and jazz dance for 4 years. She currently attends Progressions Performing Arts where she is the part of the Pre-Elite competition dance team and has also performed in the studio’s production of the Nutcracker. Kylie has played soccer for the past 3 years and is currently a member of the Soccer Superstars select soccer team. Most recently, she made her acting debut by playing the part of Mrs. Bucket in the stage play Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. When not participating in extra-curricular activities, Kylie enjoys reading and spending time with friends and family. She attends FallBrook Church in Houston, TX and she is very excited about participating in this pageant.
Kylie Rndeno

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