Tara Mroz

Jersey girl who moved to Southern California to chase a dream in Fitness modeling
Representing west group twenty-five

Placed 24th

in West Group Twenty-five

Both Jetset Magazine and the B+ Foundation would like thank you for your help in supporting families dealing with childhood cancer.


What would you do with $50,000?

I would want to first be able to raise more awareness for victims of bullying. My dream is to one day start my own campaign. I will also invest and be able to take my modeling career further, as well as be able to see my family more across country.

Why should you be voted Miss Jetset?

I am a normal girl who took a chance and chased her dream. I was told by so many that It was so far fetched, and the amount of competition there is, but I know in my gut if I keep pushing It will come to me. One reason I started this and my social media is to 1 day be able to speak for victims of bullying. I was bullied for years during school, in my own home, and online. I want to give girls hope, and to show at any age, body type, background, we are all unique and that is true beauty.

What is your edge over the other candidates?

I don’t stop, I never quit, and I have an undying need to always help and inspire. I may not have he body type or face of a traditional model, but through this is a way to display to girls we are all capable and worthy.