Miss America 2013 Mallory Hytes Hagan Brooklyn, New York Age: 23 Hometown: Brooklyn, New York Education: Opelika High School Fashion Institute of Technology Platform Issue: Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Scholastic Ambition: To obtain a degree in Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing. Career Ambition: Global Marketing Director for a cosmetics company.
Miss Rhode Island 2012 Kelsey Fournier. Education: Saint Raphael Academy High School, Rhode Island College. Platform Issue: Eat Bright, Feel Right: Creating a Healthier Generation. Scholastic Ambition: To receive a Master's degree in Public Health. Talent: Jazz Dance. Full Bio: http://ow.ly/eqI6I
Heather French Henry, 1st Kentuckian to win the Miss America title, used her platform to help homeless Veterans. She is still a National Veterans Advocate. (married to Dr. Steve Henry, former Lt. Governor and Veterans advocate, 2 children)
Miss West Virginia's platform is "Never Say Never - Support for Children and Families Coping with Childhood Cancer"...PLEASE vote for her for America's choice at http://www.missamerica.org/videocontest/contestants/west-virginia.aspx
I’m most excited to promote my platform, I was the first Indian Miss New York and I’m so proud to be the first Indian Miss America.Miss America 2014, Miss NY Nina Davuluri First Indian-American,Miss america 2014 winner
New Miss America's Indian heritage sparks racist comments
New Miss America's Indian heritage celebrates racial diversity, which is Nina Davulari's, The New Miss America's platform. Too bad many people have to react with racist blasts. Ignorance. I happen to love that there are all types of women vying for the title. It's ridiculous that in 2013 there is still negative backlash.
Miss Central Lakes Outstanding Teen Lizzy Thurlow jumped roped with Nisswa Elementary School students during their gym period. Thurlow's pageant platform was based on heart disease awareness, and students at the school were participating in the Jump Rope for Heart program. Photo by Kate Perkins
This week's art purpose is to shed light on the lives of young girls that are stolen from their destinies in India. Like the plain phrase of the previous text graphic, we wanted to do a work that celebrates the idea of the impact each one of us has for our world.