This Southern girl is more than her firm handshake, vibrant personality and stunning smile. Emily Weprich is a woman who values hard work and integrity. It is difficult to decide which is more compelling; her presence in a room or her passion for promoting women’s health and encouraging others to embrace their natural beauty.

This Atlanta girl is equipped with a strong faith, a love of athletics and a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Auburn University. Emily Weprich is the daughter to Fred and Darlene Weprich and the younger sister to Dr. Devon Weprich. She currently lives in Los Angeles California where she is a Model, Actress and works for Netflix.

Emily attended high school at Holy Innocents Episcopal School in Atlanta, Georgia. She received varsity letters in cross country, track, swimming and lacrosse. Not only was she an athlete, but was a leader who was honored as Homecoming Queen, Senior Class President and recipient of the Chaplain Award. It was in high school that Emily started competing in pageants. During her pageant career Emily has won a state title, college title and national title. She has competed in the Miss USA system in Georgia, New Jersey and California, and respectively placed as Top 15, Top 5 and received most photogenic award.

At Auburn University, Emily was a natural leader on and off the lacrosse field. She served as the lacrosse team president and played the rough position of center. In college, Emily developed an even stronger appreciation for those that serve our country in the armed forces after two years in the Army ROTC program. Not only did she out last many of the cadets who had bets that she wouldn’t last a week, but she received “Best Army ROTC Student" for her performance.

When she wasn’t busy marching for ROTC, she found time to get involved as a War Eagle Girl, Pi Beta Phi, President of Modeling board, and Top 5 Miss Homecomming. To top off her career at Auburn she graduated with three internships, an amazing summer in Australia where she skydived and completed her first marathon; Chicago.

Emily made her debut in the modeling world after college when she graced the cover of Atlanta Sports and Fitness magazine. She had never pursued professional modeling before, but during a conversation with the editor of the magazine she made an off-hand comment, "If you ever need a cover girl let me know." Within a few weeks, Emily was on newsstands across Atlanta. This introduced Emily to the fitness modeling world and Russell Athletics quickly contracted her. She has done a total of 3 successful campaigns for them.

After college with pageant photos, a magazine cover and Russell Athletics Ad’s in hand Emily was off to New York. Without representation she landed her 2nd national advertisement with GNC WELLbeing. She now has modeled with several national magazines, is the cover girl for 3 books, a model on ABC "The View," and has been honored as Jezebel Magazine’s coveted spots for Atlanta’s 50 most beautiful people.

Emily is a dynamic woman who lives by her motto, "desire to inspire before you expire." She finds solace and joy in training for marathons and weight lifting. She leads a healthy balanced life by eating vegetarian and taking pleasure in life’s simple joys like her family and dogs, Zelda and Fitzgerald. It is evident that this charismatic woman is most happy when pursing her dream of being not only a professional model, but a role model as well.