2018 MISS PINK JUDGES
April 14, 2018
Danversport Yacht Club
Meet the men and women who are donating their time to help find your 2018 Miss Pink
Kim Carrigan is an award-winning TV and radio host, with an exceptional background in broadcast journalism. Prior to hosting The Boston.Com Morning show, Kim anchored for WFXT-TV. Kim had many notable achievements including the 2011 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, being named a 2011 Gabrielle Winner, receiving a 2010 Emmy Nomination for "Kyles Story" and in 2008, winning the Quest Award as one of 7 Outstanding Women in the Boston area. You may have also seen Kim on WBZ/WSBK-TV!
Tracy Sormanti is starting her 25th year as the Director of Cheerleading for the New England Patriots. She was a Patriots Cheerleader for five seasons and represented the squad at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii prior to assuming her role as director. Somanti has coached squads at an American Bowl in Mexico, two international games in London, and on the sidelines of nine Super Bowls. She has traveled with the Patriots Cheerleaders to more than 30 countries since 9/11 in support of U.S.
Erick Lansigan is a hematologist and oncologist at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth in Lebanon, New Hampshire. He specializes in the treatment of blood cancers such as lymphoma and leukemia. He has an interest in global health and has worked in Rwanda where he treats the most common cancers there, breast cancer and cervical cancer. He is a supporter of fundraisers such as the Prouty, the major fundraising activity (Bike, Row, Walk, Virtual) for the Norris Cotton Cancer Center.
Aricia Symes-Elmer, founder of Unfoldid, is a style expert and professional wardrobe consultant serving the Greater Boston Area. She and her team specialize in helping men and women dress their best by providing comprehensive style analysis so clients emerge polished, put together, and chic. Symes-Elmer earned a double degree in International Business and Asian Studies from the University of Vermont and an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business.
David Thomson draws upon 25 years of marketing, sales, public relations, journalism and entrepreneurship experience to steer the growth of Thomson Communications. Before founding Thomson Communications, David spent ten years at Verizon Wireless (and its legacy companies). While at Verizon Wireless, he held positions in sales, marketing and senior regional management, including Director of Marketing for New England.
Julia Scaparotti is from Peabody, Massachusetts and a graduate from the University of Rhode Island. She was crowned Miss Massachusetts USA 2017 and focused much of her fundraising and philanthropy efforts on The Miss Pink Organization during her reign. She is a former digital media planner in the media hub division of Mullen Lowe Advertising Agency and currently works as the Administrative Assistant to the Cheerleader Director for the New England Patriots Cheerleaders.
Alexandra was born in Bogota, Colombia and moved to the United States at the age of 14. In 2003, she joined the United States Air Force. During her 5 years of service, Alexandra deployed to the middle-east two times as a Security Forces Member. Alexandra conducted many missions but one of the most memorable for her was conducting detainee operations while at Camp Bucca, Iraq, where she assisted in securing some of the world’s most dangerous terrorists.
Sue Tabb is the co-host of Morning Magic on MAGIC 106.7 and co-host of the station’s award-winning program Exceptional Women. A seasoned media expert, writer and speaker, Sue leverages more than 20 years of experience in the broadcast industry to connect with audiences throughout Greater Boston. Off the air, Sue’s writing credentials include work as a magazine editor, newspaper reporter, and humor columnist. She was the recipient of a New England Press Association award in 2002...