Byrgundy has made history by being one of the youngest females to be inducted into the Miss Black Universe Organization. Miss. Mallory has recently made history again by being named the first women in the world to hold two consecutive Black Universe Titles back-to-back (2012-2013 and 2013-2014). She started her dance, cheer and pageant career at the age of one. Byrgundy is majoring in Communications with a Concentration in Speech and Double Minors in Leadership and Dance.
She has a future ambition to become a COO and CEO of a Children's Hospital with the goal of one day owning her own hospital. Dedication, patience, organization, motivation, and reliability are all qualities she has exemplified within the realm of her coaching endeavors. Byrgundy will be graduating with her B.S and Master's from Duke University in May. She is the proud daughter of Mr. Geoffrey & Dr. Octavia Mallory. She is proud to have many years of coaching experience in dance and pageants. Byrgundy has been titleholders for many local, state, national, and international titles.
Byrgundy has held multiple cheer and dance world, international, national, state, and local titles as a daancer, cheerleader, and coach. She has also held multpe titles in the pagenat industry. Byrgundy started her pageant career at age 3 with the Miss American Coed Organization. She went on to hold titles with the Miss America Organization, Cinderella, International Junior Miss, American Coed, America's Miss, Miss Black USA and the list goes on.
Byrgundy had a dream to develop a talk show to reward titleholders for all of the hard work that they implement through the world. She also wanted to offer advice to those in need of asking questions about how to be successful within the pageant industry by interviewing other titleholders that may give suggestion to potential delegates.