Mrs. Georgia 2015 Competes to Raise Domestic Violence Awareness | California Newswire

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Mrs. Georgia 2015 Competes to Raise Domestic Violence Awareness | California Newswire

ROSWELL, Ga., May 5, 2015  — In three months, Nova Kopp will be headed to compete in the Mrs. United States National Pageant. After her recent win of the Mrs. Georgia crown on April 26, she is excited to move onto the next level. Her main goals: to raise awareness and to create a strategy for dealing with domestic violence.

Nova represented the city of Atlanta in the competition. The Mrs. Georgia judging was based on a composite score that was calculated from the interview, swimsuit and evening gown.

“I decided to compete in the Mrs. Georgia competition as a way to get myself out there,” she says. “Ultimately, I’d like to work with non-profits that focus on domestic violence and help them to generate revenue.”

As a child, Nova was abused by her father, who is now deceased after committing suicide. A domestic violence survivor, she is seeking a platform that will allow her to effectively work with other people in similar situations. She is passionate about serving women and children who have experienced traumatic events.

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