Astonished after viewing a resume where the beautiful young woman reviewed has been a member of organizations whose names you had to look up in the dictionary over and over again could mean several things about both you and her.

As for her, perhaps she’s from a country other than your own, hence the confusion. The other is that she walks in worlds that you can only imagine or dream about, but have not gained entry into.

At least not initially.

This tale of enlightenment is about Andrea Beth, a gorgeous shapely model who looks like she has found the Fountain of Youth and stepped out of 1930’s Hollywood film noir.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, andreabethmodel.com photo

Please consider the modeling side of her amazing resume found at andreabethmodel.com.

Her bio enlightens, “Andrea Beth is a vivacious, creative, and passionate plus-size model. A stunning size 12/14, she embodies the look of today’s real woman. Her classic lines and features make her incredibly versatile and her strong posing gives her endless potential.

Andrea worked as a full-time model with two large agencies for a year and a half. Now she has scaled back to part-time freelance work in order to allow her to focus on and pursue other projects.”

At the industry site modelmayhen.com, she possesses so many of the perfect adjectives like curvy, classy, commercial, sensual, real, sophisticated, healthy, sexy, creative, dedicated, intelligent, professional and reliable.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, andreabethmodel.com photo

That makes for a wonderful model resume. Yet being someone that does not wait for things to happen, but makes them successfully happen, Andrea is so much more.

She is amazing with three capital A’s.

“When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And when you have fun, you can do amazing things.”…. Joe Namath 

At the upscale site therichest.com they gush about Andrea over caviar, “Looking at the photograph above would make one think that they’ve just stepped out of a time machine and have been thrust into class old Hollywood. Andrea Beth is a vivacious, creative, and passionate plus-size model.

She embodies the look of today’s real woman. Her classic lines and features make her incredibly versatile and her strong posing gives her endless potential.”

You see, you could say the above about many gorgeous, shapely models.

The following is what you would say about virtually no other models, thin or curvy.

You say all three things about Andrea. What are they?

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, andreabethmodel.com photo

Our gorgeous bombshell is or has been a member of The Triple Nine Society, Mensa International and has traveled to 24 foreign countries as an ESL Teacher. As a linguist, Andrea has studied eight foreign languages and speaks both French and Portuguese at nearly fluent levels.

She is also a passionate vegan, animal rights activist, and healthy living advocate.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

She is bi-coastal and works regularly in both New York and Los Angeles.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, livehdwallpaper.com photo

Your eyes are glazing over. You and I, my friend, are extremely impressed.

Let’s quickly explore what for many of us would be new worlds.

The Triple Nine Society (TNS), founded in 1978, is a 501(c)(7) non-profit voluntary association of adults who have scored at or above the 99.9th percentile on specified IQ tests under supervised conditions and on certain standardized tests recognized as proxies for IQ by the psychometric professional community.

Mensa International. Mensa is the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world. It is a non-profit organization open to people who score at the 98th percentile or higher on a standardized, supervised IQ or other approved intelligence test.

Okay so what is the difference between the two brainy communities?

Speaking in very humble terms, we will let triplenine.org assist us. “The Triple Nine Society (TNS) is for people scoring at or above the 99.9th percentile on selected intelligence tests. If that doesn’t tell you a lot, consider MENSA, the best-known high IQ society in the world. Two percent of the general population may qualify for MENSA which has a worldwide membership of about 110,000. Think of MENSA on steroids when you consider joining Triple Nine. Admission to the TNS, at 0.1%, is 20 times as selective!”

I know this is above most of our intelligence pay grade but do we sense a little veiled bragging here?

The group mensa.org shares their purpose. “Mensa has three stated purposes: to identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity, to encourage research in the nature, characteristics and uses of intelligence, and to promote stimulating intellectual and social opportunities for its members.”

The globalization of business and the influx of immigrants to America have both driven the growth of English language learners and the need for educators who are skilled in teaching this unique group of learners.

ESL or English as a second language is a skillset in great demand.

At the informative site oupeltglobalblog.com they report, “An ESL classroom is in a country where English is the dominant language. The students are immigrants or visitors.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, www.youtube.com photo

The class is usually of mixed nationalities, so students don’t share a native language or a common culture. Outside the classroom, students have a specific, practical need for English, and ample opportunity to use it. Students have extensive daily exposure to English-speaking culture, although their understanding may be limited by their language skills.”

Good points all. The students don’t just learn the English language and go back to their communities and isolate themselves. They are encouraged to learn about the culture in which they live as well.

Could any model be more amazing than Andrea?

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, andreabethmodel.com photo

Here are two videos that will make enjoy and admire Andrea even more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTREqZPMLEQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZSI86Ap5Nc&ebc=ANyPxKo1P8hIUVCrZjzpSJcyBF4p7VoaNU09FnzOLk_exodHaBHiBGTEkNdsKeI8SkgihhpNJAoXm9oEgrw3-jMCI0VMt4RfPA

In terms of the new world of female sports where the various indoor disciplines may perform at the same event, Andrea would fit right in. Why?

She has over twenty years of dance experience.

See we told you so. Long ago.

The grapplers, dancers, fitness girls, gymnasts and models should all perform at the same event because their backgrounds and foundations are so intertwined.

Achieving a BA in Theater Arts and English with a 4.0 GPA, Andrea has spent countless hours performing on stage, telling a variety of stories, everything from musicals to Chekhov plays.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, andreabethmodel.com photo

Given her love for life and quest to touch upon so many aspects of it; beautiful long hair, perfectly shaped, extremely intelligent, unselfish and world traveled, Andrea’s is a mesmerizing story that has only began to be told.

Consider us enlightened.

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http://www.triplenine.org/WhatisTNS/AboutTNS.aspx

http://www.triplenine.org/WhatisTNS/AboutTNS.aspx

http://www.therichest.com/expensive-lifestyle/entertainment/the-10-sexist-curvy-models-who-love-to-show-off-online/

http://www.modelmayhem.com/2792980

http://www.modelsmeetphotographers.com/member.php?member_rec=P201324485551207257523138z&cat_number=101

http://www.theaterdance.ucsb.edu/academics/undergrad/degrees

https://www.mensa.org/

http://www.takepart.com/photos/seven-celebrities-mensa/glenne-headly

http://www.eslteacheredu.org/what-is-an-esl-teacher/

http://oupeltglobalblog.com/2011/07/12/how-esl-and-efl-classrooms-differ/