About Me

Spruce Dickerson is a professional pageant coach, published model, national-winning pageant queen, and speaker. She made history in the Miss Plus America pageant organization in 2011 by winning her national title of Miss Plus America Elite; as well as being bestowed with the first-ever lifetime title of Miss Plus America Essence in 2014.

Not a competitor any longer, but now a national-winning coach, Spruce has an impressive record of taking her clients to the top with a 90% success rate of crownings and top placings. She reaches into a woman's heart and begins the beautiful process of sculpting a winner in all areas of competition; from wardrobe to stage presence to interview, and all in between.

Spruce is also a published model with three magazine covers, editorials, and web site modeling to her credit; as well as, gracing the runway as a history-making model for the plus size community at Austin and LA Fashion Weeks. She has also been interviewed for magazine features, on the radio and television, and has served in the roles of internet and live talk show host, emcee, media spokesperson, red carpet correspondent, and promotional model.

In 2012 as Miss Plus America Elite, Spruce founded her charity Flip Flop to Nigeria, where $1.00 flip flops are collected and sent to the orphans and poor of Nigeria. She was also a finalist for Philanthropist of the Year with Texas Women in Business and Austin Fashion Week, awarded Philanthropist of the Year with the Godly Girlfriend Movement, and has received Proclamations from her Governor, Senator, and Mayor.

Spruce is a past business owner of crafting executive office products from limestone. She used a tile saw and belt sander to cut the rock into the shape of Texas for bookends, business card holders, pen sets and more; along with managing all administrative procedures, and marketing and sales.

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