BBFAA Pageant Team Tallahassee

Support the BBFAA Charity Pageant Candidates. Click here to read the BBFAA Charity Pageant Candidates’ Bios Contact Pageant Coordinator for BBFAA Charity Pageant Team Tallahassee Lally Mosley if you have any questions at phone: (850)766-0281 or email:

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BBFAA Charity Pageant Candidates will also be representing Tallahassee at Fiesta Mo Sa USA (FMSU): FMSU Miss Tallahassee Jaymie Strickland 2024 and FMSU Mrs. Tallahassee Ohna Koontz 2024 at the Osceola Heritage Park Event Center in Kissimmee, Florida on July 27, 2024.

Please contact Pageant Coordinator for the BBFAA Charity Pageant Candidates Lally Mosley if you have any questions at phone: (850)766-0281 or email:

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Meet the 2024 BBFAA Charity Pageant Candidates

Princess BBFAA Olivia Skelton
BBFAA Princess Olivia Skelton
Olivia is the youngest daughter of Michael and Joanne Skelton (BBFAA Auditor). She is 7 year old and a 2nd grader at Buck Lake Elementary. She joined the BBFAA Pageant because it’s a good way to continue and share our Filipino culture and make new friends. It will allow her to raise funds for Big Bend Filipino American Association and a wonderful charity like Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tallahassee.
Miss BBFAA Jaymie Strickland

BBFAA Miss Jaymie Strickland

Jaymie is the daughter of James and Cathy Strickland. She is presently working at Lively Technical College working with new incoming students in the registration and orientation process. She will pursue a degree in Early childhood education in the Fall.
Jaymie had previously joined Fiesta mo sa USA (FMSU) and was the 2018 Miss Teen Tallahassee. Winning First runner up, Most Photogenic and Best in Gown and Runway.
Jaymie joined BBFAA Charity Pageant because she wants to grow as an individual, inspire others to believe in themselves, to serve and uplift the beautiful Filipino community. She wants to be instrumental in helping in BBFAA’s fundraising efforts to help their charities and represent BBFAA to the community.
Jaymie will bring her BBFAA Miss Tallahassee title and proudly represent BBFAA and Tallahassee to compete in the Fiesta mo sa USA’s Pageant for a Cause, which she aims to win the title of Miss Philippines Earth Florida in Kissimmee, Florida on July 27, 2024.

Mrs. BBFAA Ohna Guisadio Koontz

BBFAA MRS. Ohna Guisadio Koontz

Ohna is a dedicated wife to Neil Koontz and a proud mother of two wonderful daughters. Her journey led her to the US around 10 years ago, where she found fulfillment in her career as a realtor at Keller WIlliams. Beyond the realm of real estate, she is passionate about making a positive impact in her community.
Ohna’s decision to participate in the pageant, stems from her belief in the power of advocacy and philanthropy. She strives to support BBFAA’s charitable initiatives, particularly focused on childhood cancer which is a cause close to home. She believes that each person has the ability to contribute to society in their own unique way.
The pageant stage isn’t just about beauty, It’s a platform for meaningful dialogue and action. By sharing her story she hopes to inspire others to recognize their own potential to make a difference.

BBFAA Queen Lydia Ruth

BBFAA Queen Lydia Ruth

Lydia is married to Mark Ruth. They have been married since 2015 with one son D’Angelo Whitehead, He resides in Dodge City, Kansas and has a career in coaching in a local college. She is currently working at Belk at Tallahassee Town Center.
She moved to Tallahassee in 2015.
Lydia joined BBFAA to be involved in the Filipino tradition and heritage, which includes donating her time to public service and volunteering to help the people and bring smiles to people in need of a better living.

Meet the 2024 FMSU Candidates Representing BBFAA Tallahassee