The Glory Girls
2001 - Present

Kimberly Kimberly White-Geremia is originally from Virginia. She started her pageant career as a lark when she entered and won the title of Miss Sunburst of Richmond and Miss Sunburst Bathing Beauty of Virginia. She went on to win Miss Colonial Heights America and Miss Vinton Dogwood Festival America and she placed in the Top 10 at Miss Virginia America. Kimberly also went on to compete in other pageants placing in the Top 10 at Miss Virginia World. She was Ms. International Petite Connecticut twice and placed in the Top 13 in 1994 and was 7th in 1996 at the Ms. Petite International pageant. She also held the national titles of Miss New England 1996 , America's Yankee Ms. 1999 and Ms. Royal America 2001. In 2003, she placed in the Top 10 at the Ms. American United States pageant. She recently started competing in the Mrs. arena where she placed 4th Runner-Up in the Mrs. Connecticut America pagaeant in 2006. She also won the title of Mrs. Atlantic Shores 2007 and was Mrs. Connecticut International 2007. She currently holds the titles of Ms. All American Talent and Mrs. New England Earth.

Kimberly has been a volunteer for the U.S.O. and our Veterans for over 17 years, starting as Business Manager/Performer with the Miss Virginia U.S.O. Troupe. She also toured overseas in another group (called The Liberty Misses) as Executive Director/Performer. They were sponsored by the Department of Defense Armed Forces Professional Entertainment Office. They performed for our Servicewomen, Servicemen and their families during Summer, 1996; Christmas, 1996; Summer, 1998; Christmas, 1998; Summer, 1999 and Summer, 2000.

During these trips, she performed in Macedonia, Hungary, Croatia, Bosnia, Germany, England, Iceland, Bahrain, Kuwait, the Azore Islands, Saudi Arabia, Korea, Turkey, Italy and Greece and also visited France, Serbia and Portugal during the tours.

When at home, she volunteers her time for many Veterans and Veterans organizations, performing at many VA Hospitals and parades, for the State and National AMVETS Commander's Dinners as well as many senior centers. Kimberly has sung the National Anthem at many events including Lime Rock Raceway before the Renn Sport Porsche Event that featured race car driver and actor, Paul Newman. And although her passion is the Veterans, she has volunteered for many other organizations including Relay For Life and many St. Jude's charity events. She and The Glory Girls were most recently featured in the New York City Veterans Day Parade after they had breakfast with the Honorable Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Along with being a singer (that dances), she is an actress. She has been seen and heard in many commercials in the Richmond, Virginia area. She was the lead in the Richmond Theatre Company's Touring show, Mother Nature's Spectacular Seasons. She also sang and danced on a riverboat that cruised the historic James River called the Annabel Lee. Annabel Lee

After moving to Connecticut, she appeared in the Torrington, Connecticut - Warner Theatre productions of: The Sailing of the Bonnie Anne, Hello Dolly and The King and I. She most recently studied in New York with famed acting coach, Tonya Berizen. She also played the lead of "Adelaide" in the Seven Angels Theatre production of Guys and Dolls in Waterbury, Connecticut.

Kimberly formerly worked in broadcasting in Virginia and as a Jr. Operations Analyst in the Project Management / IT Department for a major Connecticut bank in Bristol. Currently, she works part time for the Durable Companies and is the President of her pageant consulting business - Triple Crown Productions. She is a resident of Morris where she lives with her husband, David, their "kids" Rocky the dog and Dinky and Lina, the cats and their very own "little Glory Girl" Delilah!