Lindsay McVety

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Fashion and Style








While Lindsay was on a missions trip to Nicaragua in 2011, she was able to serve in several communities by feeding the children at church services. These children were provided one meal a day, five days a week through programs that are sponsored by World Mission Outreach. At these services, the children were to bring a bowl for the food that they served them, but throughout the week they noticed several of the children not eating. She later came to find that they weren't eating because they didn't have a bowl. Some of the children had a bowl but no spoon and they would scoop the hot soup or rice in their hands to eat it. This broke Lindsay's heart! So she and her friend founded "Feeding the Five-Thousand" a non-profit organization that provides bowls and spoons for children in Nicaragua with the hope to change this situation for these children. They organize events to raise support for these children. These tools allow them to participate in feeding programs with World Missions Outreach.

A graduate of Liberty University, she holds degrees in Psychology with 3 focuses Crisis Counseling, Christian Counseling, and Life Coaching. Nearing the end of her Graduate Studies, she will confer her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling degree December 2017. She's the Former Dean of Students at Canada Christian College. She worked with the college to establish a strong Christian community among the student body. She is Currently the Executive Director of Online Studies at Canada Christian College, she oversees the development of online programs and courses at the college. As an adjunct professor in 22 course and lead professor in 2 courses, she's able to work one on one with the online students. Children's Miracle Network, Give Kids the World, World Missions Outreach, International Justice Missions, Boy Scouts of America, Relay for Life, Christians United for Israel, Miss North Carolina's Carolina Princess Program, End It Movement, Samaritan's Purse, and Youth Unlimited are organizations where she has served in volunteer positions. Former National Title holder in the pageant field - Princess America National Ms. 2014, Miss Lynchburg USA 2012, 3rd runner-up at Miss Virginia USA 2012 and 2013. She has modelled for the Tony Bowl's and Mon Cheri showrooms in Atlanta at America's Mart for Pageant, Prom, and Bridal markets several times.

Lindsay is impacting change in her hometown of Toronto through mentoring and empowering young women at the college where she works. Everywhere she goes she shines her light advocating for optimism, positivism, empowerment, equity and diversity.