Miss Millennia Magazine loves working with talented individuals who make our team awesome. Our business philosophy is simple; inspire women to be their very best, show them what they are capable of, and help them make this world better. This mantra not only applies to our content, but also to the hardworking individuals who make Miss Millennia what it is today. Meet the team of Miss Millennia Magazine.
Meet Our Team
Jasmine Watts - Editor-in-Chief
Located in San Antonio, TX
I am a fashion enthusiast with a deep passion for writing, internet marketing, and entrepreneurship. After graduating from college, my world was rocked when I realized how different college life was from “the real world”. This mentality led me to create Miss Millennia Magazine LLC, an online mag for women who were also transitioning from college life into the real world.
“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!” -Audrey Hepburn
Maggie Collett - Conrtibutor
Located in Kerrville, TX
I am a creative millennial who suffers from an insatiable case of wanderlust. I recently graduated with a Masters of Science in Leadership and am riding the roller coaster of life until I find my next adventure. I am a photographer, graphic designer, dog lover, and dessert aficionado.
“…the more he gave away, the more delighted he became.” -Marcus Pfister, The Rainbow Fish
Lexi Bollis - Contributor
Located in Columbus, OH
Lexi Bollis is a student at Kenyon College pursuing an English major with an emphasis in Creative Writing and a double minor in Music and Mathematics. She enjoys singing, ballroom dancing, cuddling with her cat, and eating avocados. But most of all, she loves writing!
“Love, in the universal sense, is unconditional acceptance. In the individual sense, the one-on-one sense, try this: we can say we love each other if my life is better because you’re in it and your life is better because I’m in it. The intensity of the love is weighted by how much better.” -The novel Deadline by Chris Crutcher
Tavinia Tucker - Contributor
Located in Dallas, TX
I am a graduate student in the Multicultural Woman’s and Gender Studies Department at Texas Woman’s University. I enjoy reading, traveling and binge watching Netflix.
“The two most important days of your life is the day you were born and the day you realize why” -Mark Twain
Rebecca Frank - Contributor
Located in Arlington, VA
I am a student at Kenyon College studying English and American Studies. My passions range from fashion and baking to arguing about politics, and I love reading, writing (of course!), and hanging out with friends and family.
“You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think,” by A.A. Milne.
Jannise Watts - Creative Director
Located in Austin, TX
I am a millennial with many different interests and talents. I am a photographer, graphic designer, investor, entrepreneur, writer, painter, prankster, and all around renaissance woman. There are many things that I want to experience in life and I am working my way down the list.
“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” -Albert Einstein
Kamika Smith - Contributor
Located in Columbus, GA
I am a technology coordinator at Columbus State University. My goals in life include becoming debt free and teaching others to live in this world without debt as well. I love to read and find new shows to binge watch. Life has taught me that I can’t always determine my destination, but I can enjoy the journey.
“Happiness is letting go of what you think your life is suppose to look like and celebrating it for everything that it is.” -Mandy Hale
Taylor Schwartz - Contributor
Taylor Schwartz is a Kansas Transplant originally from Bartlesville Oklahoma. She attended Southwestern College where she majored in Biology with a minor in Leadership. She has a passion for animals and all things science! She met her husband in school and they are now living in a small town in Kansas. Her hobbies include spinning (and no not the exercise kind, rather the wool into yarn kind), walking her dog and loving on her cats!
“Everything has beauty, but not everyone can see it.”