The latest winner of the Miss USA pageantry, African American Kara McCullough is a nuclear scientist at the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The beauty queen is not only a physical asset but also is a very valid intellectual asset.
Cosmopolitan.com reports that McCullough, who represented the Columbia district, clinched the Miss USA title ahead of 50 other beautiful contenders.
The contender whose bio revealed that she is the founder of a community outreach program designed to foster a greater appreciation for the sciences in young children, took her question and answer session eloquently and intelligently when talking about healthcare.
Quizzed on the toughest five questions of the night, the scientist distinguished herself as being an “equalist” rather than a feminist. Stressing on her stand in affordable healthcare in her country, she stated that affordable healthcare is a “privilege” and not a “right.”
The winner who also works at NBD said during the question-and-answer segment of the 2017 pageant at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on the Las Vegas Strip that “I’m definitely going to say it’s a privilege.
“As a government employee, I’m granted health care. And I see firsthand that for one, to have health care, you need to have jobs, therefore we need to continue to cultivate this environment so that we’re given the opportunities to have health care as well as jobs for all Americans worldwide.