Meet Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen
Georgia’s Outstanding Teen
Platform Issue: Mentoring:
H.E.R.O.s (Helping Everyone Reach Outstanding)
Scholastic/Career Ambition: Earn a Master’s Degree in Interior Design,
with a Minor in Architecture, from the University of Georgia, Start my own Interior Design business
Tap – “Ease on Down the Road”
Scholastic Honors: Grades 9, 10 and
11: Named to the Honor Roll (All A’s),
Merit List (A Average), and Senior Beta Club (90 Average required for entry; 88
Average required thereafter).
Roles: Class Vice-President: Freshman,
Sophomore, and Junior Year; Student Council Member: Sophomore and Junior Year; Hugh
O’Brian Youth Leadership Award and
State Junior Staff Member; Blue Eagle Community Service Award; Gold Eagle
Community Service Award; Interact Vice President Junior Year; Implemented and founded
Faith, Family, Football; Junior Class Representative; Organized statewide CMN
Elf Tuck-In for MGO/MGOT Sister Queens; Washington County Youth Leadership
Team; Anchor Club Secretary; Sandersville United Methodist Church Children’s
Sermon Representative, Children’s Church Leader, and Liturgical Dance
Accomplishments: Rotary Youth Leadership Award; Lucy
Nell Smith Leadership Scholarship; Rotary Youth Leadership Award; Competition
Cheerleading Golden Megaphone Award;
Football Cheerleading Most Spirited Award; GISA 2-AA Competition
Cheerleading State Champion and Tennis Region Champion.
Interesting Facts: Hiked and skied down an active volcano; Cooked Thanksgiving Dinner for over
170 people; Able to parallel park a hearse; Reside in the Kaolin Capital of the
World; Able to name all the states alphabetically; Attended high school for one
day in county 180 miles away.
Marketing Plan: The best way to make
others want to participate in or support Miss America’s Outstanding Teen is to
involve them. Potential Contestants, Community Leaders and Business Executives
need to be invited to appearances and service events. Through experiencing the Miss
America’s Outstanding Teen program firsthand, they will realize its strengths.
Legacy: All too often I see other females struggling to
live up to the world’s standard of a female.
Helping females realize the beauty, responsibility, and power that makes
being female so special is important to me.
As Miss America’s Outstanding Teen, I want girls to look into the mirror
each morning and know they are more than good enough.
Why I should be Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2016: Miss America’s
Outstanding Teen should use her crown to make a positive difference in the
lives of others. Creating my statewide
Elf Tuck-In shows that I am dedicated to that goal, that I am a self-starter
and committed to CMNH. My platform of Mentoring,
which I am dedicated to sharing and growing across our nation, makes a positive
difference in the lives of all involved; reaches every age and walk of life;
and is crucial to the success of our country’s teens and children.