The beauty queen, an advocate for heart health, has had a permanent pacemaker since the age of 12 and is also a burn survivor following a major car accident that left her with burns all over her face. Back in 2019, Saini collapsed on stage during the grand finale of Miss World America and was hospitalized. However, she never let her condition hold her back from fulfilling her dreams.
Having completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism Shree is currently working as a Business Manager at her father’s company and as a Keynote Speaker. Since being, crowned Shree has been very active in promoting BWAP in the US and across the largest media platforms. Her dream is to become a United States Secretary of Education. An avid reader, Shree also has a passion for dance and musical theatre and enjoys attending Stand Up Comedy.
While participating from Miss World, she had shared a photo of hers in a sari and wrote a caption saying, “Namaste world. I am 100% American. I am 100% Indian. I am 100% a world Citizen. There’s a reason why God made me Indian America. I honor every part of myself. In every room I walk into, I’ll proudly come with both of my identities. I was born in India and raised in America all of my life, for 20-plus years.
Now, I am the first Indian American to represent the United States at Miss World. I represent immigrants,
333 million Americans my heritage that includes billion of Indians all around the world. I represent the voice of a united world. Let us all be truly inclusive. Only by including people who come from all different cultures, we are able to learn from each other and grow.”
Shree’s Beauty with a Purpose stems from her own experience of having a complete heart block. Her project is “Heart Health: Healing both the physical heart and emotional heart”. Shree has travelled to over 100 cities, 34 states and 8 countries with her Beauty with a Purpose project. She also supports other non-profit organisations and causes. She raised 560,000 Indian National Rupees for Covid India Relief funds. The funds were used to feed people in need and will help feed thousands of families for months.