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Influencing the world with her work, Olivia Molina Avellaneda, a model is setting an example straight of never giving up in life




This dynamic model & astute entrepreneur have had many life experiences that she overcame all alone, which gave her a sense of belief & confidence in herself.

Sometimes all you need in life is courage & grit to overcome the many struggles you go through the course of life. That’s the only option left with people sometimes, but what’s more important to note here is that it is only essential to live life with that courage because the path that everybody walks in life is not always going to be filled with roses, but also with thorns. Olivia Molina is one such woman who had challenges laid in front of her at different timelines of her life, but she always faced them with her ‘never give up’ attitude & here she is today as one of those rare multi-talented people in the world who can do anything & ace the game like a pro.

Born on June 16, 1989, in Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Molina’s life was filled with struggles since childhood. She lost her baby brother at the age of 5 & a week later also lost her aunt, leaving her one year old daughter with Molina’s parents. So, Molina had one brother & a sister. She learnt from several schools during her childhood as her family moved from one place to other every two years. However, Molina had a political family background both from her paternal & maternal side. Her grandfather – Mr José Domingo Molina Gómez & her great great grandfather Mr Nicolás Remigio Aurelio Avellaneda Silva from her father’s side both served the country of Argentina by being its President. Her great grandfather, Mr Pedro Rivas from her mother’s side, was also a Senator & owned 5k hectares of land in Argentina.

As a child, she was great at sports & participated in many extracurricular activities as well. She played sports like grass hockey, tennis, basketball, volleyball, artistic gymnastics, artistic skating, drawing & painting, playing the flute & also playing chess. Being the president of the chess club, she even travelled extensively around the country for tournaments. Molina turned into an author at just 9 years. She wrote a book about her life & at the age of 17, she wrote another book about eating disorders in teenagers.

When she was all of 15, she decided to become a model & to study for the same she went to Ricardo Pineiro agency and school. By the time Molina turned 18, she even studied about being a fashion stylist & makeup artist. That was the time she became an actress as well where she played the role of Felícitas Olga, a co-protagonist in the popular soap opera called ‘Patito Feo’. This show was played by Disney channel & after its unbeaten run of two seasons; they also came up with a movie in 2010. By 2009/2010, she also started her stint in theater & did plays at “Avenida Corrientes”. She played a protagonist in a play called “passion”.

Understanding that acting was not her true calling, she went ahead to study a long term course on cocktail mixing & then shifted to Mexico & worked there as a bartender. Even after returning, she continued her job as a bartender in the clubs of Argentina. Later Molina got married but also faced a lot of financial problems, so Molina set up a makeup supplies company. This business of hers made her earn 10.000$ USD in 2 weeks. She also tried her hand with “body chain” accessories which created a rage in fashion.

Molina then started working for CR models, a modeling agency in Argentina, where she did fashion production work & also looked after the hair & makeup department. Working for this company made her do scouting work, which helped her create a vast database. After facing her husband death, Olivia decided to leave Argentina Knowing that Europe could offer her many more opportunities for her career, she moved to London, where she became an entrepreneur & started her company of image modeling, matchmaking & concierge. In just a year & a half, she made $1 million of net income. During her time in Europe, she travelled the world & went to countries like China, Singapore, Arabia and all of America including North, South & Central.

This increased her quest for becoming a more prominent entrepreneur & so she launched a company in Dubai as well & resided in the UAE. Molina is a true blue genius with an IQ of 144 & a talented model & businesswoman who has today become a great inspiring story for others to know. She fluently speaks Spanish and English and understands perfectly Portuguese, Italian and French 

Last year in 2019, she shifted her base to NYC & then to LA. She decided to become an entrepreneur even there & so she opened up her small food businesses in California & also applied for an investor’s Visa – E2 Visa. This animal lover is currently competing for the MAXIM Cover Girl 2020, the voting for which ends in another five days ( 

Also, the beauty with brains is presently seeing someone & is expecting a baby girl.

Michelle has been a part of the journey ever since Bigtime Daily started. As a strong learner and passionate writer, she contributes her editing skills for the news agency. She also jots down intellectual pieces from categories such as science and health.

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Sara Zaimi Vies for Miss NJ Crown




The Miss NJ competition seeks a leader, a role model who inspires with both brains and heart. Enter Sara Zaimi, a trailblazing pharmacist with a Doctorate (PharmD) whose passion for women’s health and community empowerment burns brightly.

A brush with mortality at a young age – chest pain and a concerning blood test – ignited a fire in Sara. Witnessing the unwavering spirit of women battling cancer in the oncology ward solidified her desire to make a difference. It was her mother’s unwavering support, the way she held her hand through fear and doubt, that propelled Sara to answer that call. Overcoming self-doubt and depression, she embarked on a remarkable academic journey, graduating with her PharmD at the prestigious Rutgers University at the early age of 23, placing her among the top 10% of her class.

As a first-generation Algerian American, she’s a testament to the power of hard work and perseverance. Her academic achievements, including valedictorian honors and consistent Dean’s List placements, stand as a testament. This translates further into her successful business, where she champions women’s health awareness. Her impact extends far beyond the pharmacy walls. Sara dedicates her time to NJ Sisterhood, empowering young women and inner-city communities. Her fluency in Spanish further highlights her commitment to inclusivity and understanding.

Driven by personal experience and empathy, Sara aims to leverage the Miss NJ platform to tackle critical women’s health issues. From early detection of breast cancer to advocating for increased resources, she seeks to empower women to take charge of their health. Her work with NJ Sisterhood complements this mission, focusing on projects that empower women and address their specific needs. Her advocacy includes promoting 3D areola tattooing for breast cancer survivors, a powerful example of how science and art can converge in the healing process.

Sara’s strength lies in the synergy of her diverse experiences. Her business acumen and her work with NJ Sisterhood position her to champion women’s health and community well-being on a grander stage. She envisions using the Miss NJ platform to create tangible change, increasing resources for those affected by breast cancer and other women’s health issues.

The demands of a successful business, active volunteer work with NJ Sisterhood, and the rigorous training for the Miss NJ competition require exceptional time management skills. Sara thrives under pressure, meticulously juggling her commitments without compromising on quality.

Her multifaceted personality, unwavering commitment to women’s health, and passion for community empowerment make her a strong contender for Miss NJ. She embodies the true spirit of the competition: a woman who is not just beautiful, but a force for good, inspiring young women to reach for their dreams and embrace their unique talents.

Follow Sara’s journey and learn more about her mission on Instagram: @pharminked_laser and @njsisterhood. Let’s cheer her on as she vies for the Miss NJ crown!

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