Miss Magnificent Pageantry
Our pageant director team consist of four amazing individuals who volunteer their time and effort year-round in order to plan, organize, and attend our pageants. Learn more about each director below.
Lillian Reeves Founder, Executive Director
Lillian Reeves is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in special education. After a few years of teaching, Lillian plans to go back to school for her masters degree in order to become an ABA therapist. But no matter where her life leads her, Miss Magnificent is always a priority.
Lillian's favorite part of the pageant: Crowning.
Christopher Mason Volunteer Director
Chris is a senior political science major and former member of the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University in College Station with the ultimate goal of commissioning into the United States Navy. He fell in love with Miss Magnificent after attending his first event in 2015 and has been a dedicated member of the team ever since.
Christopher's favorite part of the pageant: Self-Introduction.
Trey Townsend Production Director
Trey is a junior psychology major at the University of North Texas where he is started a university-recognized organization dedicated to promoting happiness and cheer to those who need it. Since the very first Miss Magnificent pageant in 2013, Trey has attended every pageant ever hosted and offered his services as photographer, trophy builder, escort, and more.
Trey's favorite part of the pageant: Talent.
Audra Luna Corpus Christi Area Director
Audra is an avid advocate for individuals with special needs and has over 22 years of experience as a case manager with a bachelor's degree in psychology from UTSA. When her daughter Aliza participated in the 2015 San Antonio pageant, Audra knew immediately that she wanted to bring Miss Magnificent to Corpus Christi and share the experience with others.
Audra's favorite part of the pageant: Talent.
Azalea Andrade Social Media Director
Azalea is a recent graduate of Texas A&M University where she studied Tele-Communication. She currently works for Texas A&M University's Center on Disability & Development Summer Programs geared towards individuals with special needs.
Azalea's favorite part of the pageant: Crowning.