Name: Janece Woods
Ethnicity: Black, French, and Native American
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Relationship Status: Single
Photographer Credits: Ron Roth, and Robert Silver
Tell us briefly about your modeling career and what has come out of it.
I was a cheerleader for the Stockton Lightnings in 2010. I was also involved in many local events such as The Ring Girl for a couple MMA Fightings in Placerville, CA and Stockton. I do a lot of promotional modeling for a company called Platinum Promotions. I also did a runway show for “A Summer In Love Fashion show.”
Tell us some of your greatest achievements in your career today.
My greatest achievement was modeling for the Fashion show. It was such a great experience to model for Jeremiah J Hill’s clothing line. It gave me an adrenaline rush.
What are some of the toughest challenges about your job and what are some things you do to overcome the challenges?
The hardest thing is overcoming the criticism, but you just have to realize that not everyone is going to like what you do. So just keep going until you reach your goals.
What are some characteristics you should have to be prepared in this industry?
Definitely stay in shape, eat healthy, and take care of yourself. Most importantly try to set good examples for the younger generation, be a role model to those who look up to you.
What should aspiring female models be careful of? What are some things that can be unforeseen?
Be careful and always do your research if something doesn’t seem right or make you feel comfortable. Remember, you don’t have to do anything that doesn’t make you feel comfortable. Lastly ignore the haters and keep pushing for your goals and do what makes you happy.
What hobbies are you into outside of modeling? What do you do on weekends and on your time off?
I love to go out to eat, watch movies, go for hikes, and hangout with my friends.
Any last statements for Rude Boy viewers?
Thank you all for viewing this. If you want to see more of my future work then please go follow me on Instagram @necetweet22 if you want to see more of my work. Thanks everyone, stay up!