Tamara Henry (known as "Green T" for her devotion to green issues and eco-entertainment) is the web’s leading eco TV host and green personality. She has worked as an anchorwoman for thirteen years and has graced audiences with extensive coverage of red carpets for the film festival circuit, award shows, eco-green events, green lifestyle & businesses and interviewing celebrities about deeper issues. "Green T" is dedicated to “Conscious Entertainment” and using media to support environmental causes and messages. With credits on The Tonight Show, Access Hollywood, Animal Planet, Style Network, and USA Network and an early career as a WB and Fox evening news anchor producing health and medical news, "Green T" is currently celebrating her commitment to meaningful media through her popular online TV portal "GreenTwithTamara.TV" which offers webisodes focusing on the latest green business news and event coverage, celebrity interviews, eco-film premieres, green expos and more. GreenTwithTamara.TV is also playing a leadership role in the bridge between entertainment and environment by helping the 2010 Miss America Pageant go green this year with its "Green is Gorgeous" INTERACTIVE eco-contest. Henry has interviewed each of the 53 pageant contestants and asked them her famous question, “What does being green mean to you?" The public is invited to vote by January 30, 2010 on which contestant offers the best insight on why Green Is Gorgeous. As a former competitor in the Miss Arkansas Pageant herself, Henry is the ideal host and creator of the contest. She won the Community Service and Quality of Life Awards presented by the Arkansas Miss America pageant for a program she created called "Promoting Health Through Whole Person Wellness" which inspired the residents of Little Rock and surrounding communities to live a balanced life of mind/body/spirit. Henry used the scholarship monies she won during her pageant appearances to earn her bachelors degree in broadcast journalism. After becoming a TV news anchor in 1997, she established her own scholarship for the contestant with the highest interview score majoring in TV news: "The Tamara Henry Broadcast Journalism Award."