Naaz Joshi, an international spectacle winner, took part in the gender sensitization program, which was held at Sri Venkateswara College. The college organized an interactive session for its students with Miss World Diversity 2017-2020, Miss Universe Diversity 2021 Naaz Joshi. The purpose of the session was to create awareness among youth about gender diversity in society. Naaz Joshi talked about her experience with her parents, transgender beauty pageants, and travel where she faced difficulties from society.
According to Naaz Joshi, “We often hear the beauty queen talking about Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela as her inspiration. How often do we hear them working on their promises? Most of the land in Bollywood or sit at home with their titles. With the title comes responsibility.”
Naaz is an inspiration to millions not only as a beauty contest winner but has also adopted a girl. Her life is now devoted to social work and her daughter. She also wants her daughter to live in a society free of prejudices in order to change the mindset of people towards the transgender community.
She is also filling the gender gap by organizing beauty contests for cis women. At the end of the year, she wants to organize an international beauty pageant for the transgender community. Her focus is to empower the trans community worldwide. To empower trans women in the country, Naaz is working with people, NGOs, universities, etc.
Under his Chhatra campaign victory, honourable SDM New Delhi, Drs. Nitin is working with Shakya, where Naaz is pushing many trans women to enter the mainstream of society with her regular interaction with students from universities like IIM Udaipur, Roshni Nilaya College of Social Science – Mangalore; ARSD College, GLA University Mathura Tagore International School Delhi.
She is a brand ambassador of IT company Triton Solutions, a brand ambassador for a Srilanka-based NGO, working for the environment, and a goodwill ambassador for AGS, a grooming academy.
This year, she is also competing for Empress Prithvi 2021-2022, where she is running a project on the empowerment of slum children. She is an example of a true beauty queen whose beauty never dies.