NEW YORK (TIP): After weeks of preparation and attending social events, budding International socialite Shekinah Monee was selected among the 40 esteemed young professionals to be presented to society in celebration of the 55th Annual Quadrille Ball.
Although this will be Ms. Monee’s first presentation at an international ball, she is not new to this type of attention. Shekinah received a Billie Holiday award at The Pathways for Young Leaders’ bi-annual cotillion in 2013. As the reigning Ms. Queens United States heading to compete for the title of Ms. New York United States in March, she has held several prestigious titles and has previously competed with some of the most beautiful and influential women in the state of New York for the title of Miss New York USA.
Shekinah is currently the Executive Director of the Miss Queens Scholarship Organization (a preliminary for Miss America) and in 2013 Shekinah launched her own Public Relations Firm, Perfect Vision PR, LLC. As you can see Shekinah fits right in and is very deserving of this prestigious opportunity. Ms. Monee is honored to have been invited to participate in such a prestigious affair and looks forward to the best that is yet to come.
On January 31, 2015, The Germanistic Historic Society of America will host its annual Quadrille Ball to raise money in cooperation with Fulbright, Germany and the Institute of International Education in New York. This white tie affair is dedicated to promoting Trans-Atlantic friendship and understanding by raising funds to benefit the Germanistic Society of America’s Scholarship Fund for the exchange of American and German graduate and undergraduate students.
On this beautiful evening the days of grandeur and tradition will be celebrated, complete with a prancing horse and carriage along with a procession of Diplomats, Dignitaries, and white-gloved Debutantes. Guests will indulge in culinary delights and the music of a 22-piece Orchestra.
The Ball will be held at 7:30 p.m. on January 31, 2015 at the Pierre Hotel, 2 East 61st Street, New York, NY 10065. Tickets start at$575 and are tax deductible. Proceeds will benefit the Germanistic Society of America’s Scholarship Fund for the exchange of American and German graduate and undergraduate students. To purchase tickets, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org.