Mrs. Maryland America 2017

Jaime Trevillian

Jaime Trevillian was raised in Pasadena Maryland. She graduated from Chesapeake Senior High School with principle’s honor roll in 2002. During such time, she was an All-American Cheerleader and captain of the varsity squad. She competed at the 2002 Miss Maryland Teen USA pageant and placed 2nd runner-up. The following year, Jaime won the title of Miss Maryland USA 2003 at the age of 18. While traveling the state, as Miss Maryland USA, she realized her love for Real Estate. Jaime has been serving her community as a licensed Realtor since 2005.

Jaime met her husband, who is a home builder, in 2006. Since then, they’ve been working together providing single family homes and rental properties to the residents of Anne Arundel County and surrounding areas of Maryland. Jaime and Brandon have two children. Maverick who is five, and Brandon Jr. who is seven. Jaime lives her life by design and prides herself as being both a successful real estate professional and stay-at-home mom. As a parent, Jaime believes that the best service she can give to society starts at home with good well-rounded children. As a family, they enjoy boating, crabbing, fishing and backyard fun!

Four years ago, Jaime’s Dad was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. He was only 54 years old at the time. She knew right away that she would do everything she could to help fight the disease. She has witnessed on a daily basis how debilitating and quickly the disease progresses without any effective treatment or cure. Since her Dad’s diagnosis, Jaime has been advocating for the Alzheimer’s Association to help raise awareness and funds so that breakthrough research continues to develop. Jaime believes that earning the title of Mrs. America will help her bring more recognition to this disease as she inspires others to make a positive change in their lives.