Naomi Johnetta McGee was born in Queens, New York on October 26, 1996.
Naomi attended private school until she moved down south to Gwinnett County in 2006, when she was 9 years old. She went to 5th grade at J.C. Magill elementary school, then went on to Snellville Middle School, and finally graduated from South Gwinnett High School, home of the comets, in 2014. She enrolled at Savannah State University in the fall with a major in Mass Communications and a minor in Performing Arts. Naomi has a passion for the fine arts and everything in it.
From photography and theater, to writing
and dance. As a little girl, she would sing and dance constantly, and pretend to be
characters from whatever TV show, movie, or book she consumed. She began taking
dance classes at 13 years old, having classes in jazz, modern, lyrical, ballet, and
contemporary. In her free time, Naomi enjoys spending time with loved ones, reading,
shopping, catching up on her favorite shows, going to the movies, participating in
community service, or going to the gym.
She loves animals, nature, and trying exciting
new things. Naomi is ambitious, hard working, creative, outgoing, friendly, fun loving,
honest, adventurous, and free spirited. At Savannah State she is a member of The
Officials basketball dance team, Sapphire dance line, National Association of Black
Journalists, Mass Communications Student Association, and the Tiger's Roar Newspaper. While being at Savannah State, she was able to actively pursue her career in modeling. As a result, she became the first WestBest Model.
"If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell"