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MAO LEADERSHIP TEAM Shantel Krebs Chair of the Board, Interim President & CEO

Marc Angeli Vice President of Field Operations

Brent Adams Vice President of Marketing & Development

Julie Hoffman Director of Contract Administration

Teresa Bray Executive Assistant to the President & CEO and Miss America Board of Directors

CONTENTS Payton May: Going Places . . ............... 4 The Power of One ................................. 10 Appearances .......................................... 12 Scholarships . . .......................................... 14 Host . . ............................................................ 24 Judges.. ...................................................... 26 Candidate Grouping.. ........................ 28

Liz Brown

Preliminary Night Rundown ............ 30

Appearance and Travel Manager

Final Night Rundown ........................... 32

Theresa Read

Meet the 2021 Candidates .. ............ 34

Tour Manager

Rodney Neely

Teens in Action . . .................................... 88

Security Director

Former National Titleholders . . ...... 134

Bailey Barger

Spotlight on Meghan Miller ........... 138

Social Media and Communications Manager

Executive Director Spotlight ........ 140

Cori Wallace

Regalia Tribute .................................... 142

Tour Manager

Caroline Hunter Tour Manager

Kim Parrish

Empower Academy . . ........................... 146 Production Credits . . ........................... 150 Celebrating 100 Years ...................... 152

Volunteer Advisor

Thank You ............................................... 154

Steve Frocchi

Century Club . . ....................................... 156

Volunteer Advisor

MAO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Cover and Content Photos:

Janet Lin Photography

Shantel Krebs Chair

Kathleen Neville Vice Chair

Ryan Brown Barbara J. Moore Treasurer

Shenan Reed Karie Ross Jeffery Tobias Halter Ike Franco Sharlene Wells Hawkes Jacqueline B. Reynolds

MISS AMERICA’S OUTSTANDING TEEN SCHOL ARSHIP COMPETITION BROUGHT TO YOU BY REBEL ATHLETIC @rebelathleticcheer RebelAthletic.com

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PAYTON IS GOING PLACES...

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USC BOUND!

Payton May is the first Miss America’s Outstanding Teen to hold the title for two years. An aspiring journalist with an eye on politics, Payton talks candidly about her triumphs and challenges throughout her year of service and gives wonderful advice for other young women on succeeding in competition and developing community service projects. With $38,500 in cash scholarships from MAOTeen, Payton will enter the University of Southern California in the fall!

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WHY DID YOU COMPETE FOR THE TITLE OF MISS AMERICA’S OUTSTANDING TEEN? My initial participation in the Miss America’s

WHAT WAS YOUR PROUDEST MOMENT AS MISS AMERICA’S OUTSTANDING TEEN? I was flown to Arizona to meet with the Kids Voting USA

Outstanding Teen program began my sophomore

team and train using their new voting curriculum. It was

year of high school when a new friend invited me

an absolutely incredible weekend, and while difficult, I

to the rehearsal for Miss Clark County. I had never

learned so much about engaging students and how best

competed in, yet alone watched a pageant, so it’s

to explain voting to them. On my final day there, I was

fair to say I had no idea what I was doing. I ended up

to present what I had learned to the students and host

winning the title of Miss Clark County’s Outstanding

an all-school assembly. I had never done something

Teen, and quickly fell in love with the organization.

like that before, and to be frank, it was quite nerve

Being a titleholder pushed me to be the best version

wracking for me. I had trouble getting the students

of myself, and the chance to be a role model in my

to listen to me, and I feared that my message

community truly changed my life. It was never in my

was falling on deaf ears. Right as I was about

plans to become Miss America’s Outstanding Teen,

to throw in the towel, a little boy in the front

but the opportunity presented itself, and I am forever

row raised his hand and asked me how long

thankful that it did.

it would be until he could vote. I was beyond ecstatic that someone was listening, and I promptly answered his question. Next thing I knew,

AT THE BEGINNING OF YOUR “YEAR OF SERVICE’, WHAT GOALS DID YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE AS MISS AMERICA’S OUTSTANDING TEEN? Although I had smaller platform-based goals, my

hands flew up everywhere with questions! Students were curious about how to vote, where they would learn about the candidates, and what kinds of things they would be voting about. For the first

main objective as MAOTeen was to connect with as

time that year, I saw that children actually

many people as possible. I think this title presents a

were curious about this fundamental part of

unique opportunity to serve as a role model to young

our country, and I felt so grateful that I was the

women across this country, and I just remember

one to educate them about it. I look back on that

feeling so grateful and honored that others looked to

moment so fondly, and to this day, I feel proud that

me as their inspiration and example. I’ve experienced

I was able to share something I was so passionate

so many moments in which I’m able to connect with

about with them. Although small in the grand

individuals one-on-one and hear their stories, and

scheme of things, that day affirmed to me that

those memories will always remain as some of my

this job doesn’t have to be about achieving huge,

most memorable.

momentous accomplishments; it can be sharing a

In terms of my platform, I had set an ambitious goal

small memory with a group of kids on a gymnasium

at the start of my year to register 5,000 new voters.

floor who hopefully will remember my words and turn

While I didn’t quite achieve that exact number, I’m

them into action.

extremely proud of the impact I was able to make, along with the help of so many others, and truly hope to have made a difference, even if on a micro-level.

HOW MUCH DID YOU EARN IN CASH SCHOLARSHIPS AND HOW DO YOU PLAN TO USE THIS MONEY?

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YOU SERVED TWO YEARS IN YOUR ROLE AS MISS AMERICA’S OUTSTANDING TEEN, WHAT WERE THE PROS AND CONS OF THIS? In many ways, I do wish I could have only served the typical one year. It has been an immense honor

Throughout the course of my participation in

to hold this title and represent every individual in

the MAOTeen program I earned $38,500 in cash

this organization, but as many state and national

scholarships. As an incoming student at the University

titleholders can attest to, your year is a job, and it’s

of Southern California I plan on putting that money

one that holds great responsibility. I could have never

towards the cost of my tuition.

imagined a global pandemic up-ending my year of


service, and although I tried to the best of my ability to continue on the legacy that 14 other girls have left behind, being a virtual titleholder is simply not the same. I

people, and hopefully, change the way our generation thinks about voting as a whole. I focused my efforts largely on students, specifically those in elementary or middle school. I believe voter apathy begins at a young

am proud of the work I have done

age, and for many children, it starts with their voices and

as Miss America’s Outstanding

opinions not being valued. Oftentimes, I think we discount

Teen, both prior to, and within

young people due to their lack of education or lived

a global pandemic, but I

experiences, but I truly believe their voices are the ones

am hopeful that every other

we need most. By instilling this confidence and sense

MAOTeen from here on out gets to experience the joy of this title and job in all its glory.

LOOKING BACK ON YOUR YEAR, WHAT WOULD YOU DO DIFFERENTLY? I would soak in

of ownership in students at a young age, we can foster not only passionate and engaged adults, but an entire generation of future voters.

WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE TO CANDIDATES WHO ARE SEARCHING FOR WAYS THEY CAN MAKE AN IMPACT IN THEIR COMMUNITIES? My biggest piece of advice, and one I wish I had heard early on, is to not wait for opportunities to fall in your lap.

every second. Time

I’ve often struggled with leading projects myself if someone

goes by so quickly

else hasn’t done it first, but that mindset won’t help you

and I wish I could

accomplish your goals. The most successful individuals

relive every moment

didn’t wait around for someone else to start their big idea,

in my year.

they took the risk and did it themselves, even if it resulted in failure. Let’s say you want to end food insecurity in your community but don’t know where to start - create your

WHAT IS YOUR SOCIAL CAUSE? My platform is titled Your

very own food pantry! Or you want to get involved with childhood literacy but there’s no group around you that does that work; start your own club or group! I feel as

Voice Matters: Educating the

young people that we tend to underestimate our abilities,

Voters of Tomorrow. Growing

but I promise you, you are capable of so much more than

up, political participation was

you realize, and you have the power to enact real change,

a given in my household. I was

even if no one around you has done it yet.

taught that voting is one of our most fundamental rights as American citizens and that it is

HOW CAN A TEEN IMPACT THEIR COMMUNITIES?

our responsibility to exercise that

Teens can impact their communities in so many ways!

right. Fast forward to high school,

From local fundraisers, charity runs, and school sponsored

I came to the realization that

service opportunities, there is always a way to serve your

many of my peers didn’t feel the

home and make it a better place! If girls are struggling to

same way – many of them didn’t

get involved in their communities, I would encourage them

understand how to vote and why

to explore causes they are passionate about and reach

it was important, or they simply

out to local organizations in their area!

believed their vote didn’t matter. I recognized that as a titleholder, I had an opportunity to change this dialogue among young

WHAT ARE YOU MOST PASSIONATE ABOUT? While I feel like I could write a book on everything I’m

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around a lot and had to face being the “new kid”,

HOW OLD WERE YOU WHEN YOU WON AND NOW WHAT ARE YOUR ACADEMIC AND CAREER AMBITIONS?

I know what it’s like to feel left out and ostracized.

I always joked that I would be the first 20-year-old

passionate about, I’d have to say I care most about connecting with people. As someone who’s moved

It’s a terrible feeling, and my goal every morning

to be Miss America’s Outstanding Teen, because I’ve

when I wake up is to make someone feel valued and

actually been three ages throughout the course of

appreciated. Whether it’s remembering a small detail

holding this title. I was 17 at the time I won, and I’m now

they told me in a previous conversation or listening

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to them when nobody else will, I want every person I

years. My personal and academic growth throughout

meet to feel like they’re the only person in the room.

that time has been remarkable, and I feel as if I’m

My favorite quote by Maya Angelou says “People will

a completely different person with new goals and

forget what you said, people will forget what you

aspirations. I still want to work in politics (as noted

did, but people will never forget how you made them

on my resume when I competed) but I feel as if

feel.” I’ve had mentors and role models of my own who

there’s a whole new depth to that dream and the

gave me the confidence to dream big and go after

path I want to take to get there. Representing this

my goals, and I want to be that person for as many

country for two years and meeting people from

people as I can.

different walks of life has given me a completely new outlook. I now want to go into journalism with a focus on politics, because I truly believe my

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO OTHER CANDIDATES SEEKING THIS OPPORTUNITY? My best advice to any young woman with

purpose in life is to share the stories of others, especially those often overlooked or unheard. After taking a gap year these past 12 months,

aspirations of becoming Miss America’s Outstanding

I’m finally attending my dream school this

Teen is to simply be yourself. I went into this journey

fall, the University of Southern California, and

with great concern about how I would be perceived

I am ecstatic to be a part of the second-best

by the judges and what qualities I needed to attain

journalism program in the country. I plan on

to win, but the second I let all of that go and truly

utilizing everything I’ve learned throughout my

embraced my most authentic self is when my dreams

time as Miss America’s Outstanding Teen and

came true. There is no “perfect” vision of what a

soaking up every incredible experience and

titleholder should be. Just because you haven’t seen

opportunity that comes my way.

someone who looks or acts like you doesn’t mean that your dream is unachievable, it just means that you’ll have to be the first to achieve it.

SPEAKING FROM YOUR HEART- WHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT US TO KNOW ABOUT YOU? This may sound cliche, but I always like to

TELL ME ABOUT ONE IMPACTFUL MOMENT WHICH TOOK PLACE DURING YOUR TERM? There are many moments that stand out to me, but

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emphasize that I am a completely normal teenage girl who really fell into this role by accident. I say that because when I first began in this organization, I

one of my most memorable was performing at Miss

never felt like I was good enough or deserved the titles

America. Singing has been my passion for as long as

that I won. It always felt like there were girls with more

I can remember and being able to share my love of

experience, more money, and more achievements than

music on that stage was so incredibly special. Not

me, but I promise you that none of that matters. I want

to mention, I had the entire MAOTeen class as my

to tell anyone reading this that you are good enough,

cheering section! It was one of those moments where I

and you are where you’re at because of your hard work,

just felt so loved, and it truly affirmed my appreciation

no one else’s. We are all capable of greatness, and

for this program and every amazing young woman I’ve

regardless if you have a crown or not, you are worthy

met along the way.

and successful because you are you.


forget what you said, P E O P L E

W I L L

forget what you did, never forget how you made them feel. P E O P L E

B U T

W I L L

P E O P L E

W I L L

— M AYA AN G E LO U

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the

SELECTED AS A PARTICIPANT IN

POWER of ONE

HARVARD’S VOTER MOBILIZATION AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT SERIES

Payton May’s leadership throughout her year of service impacted communities across the country. Amid a global pandemic, widespread protests and a heated presidential election, Payton seized an opportunity to use her title to inspire change, raise awareness and help others. Payton proved that one person, no matter their age, can motivate many to make a difference!

CREATED ONLINE

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT WORKSHEETS

THAT PARENTS COULD DOWNLOAD AND USE ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY

HELD A

VIRTUAL VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE

REGISTERED ROUGHLY

3,000 NEW

OTERS

AND REACHED ≈10,000 PEOPLE

IN WHICH 130 PEOPLE PARTICIPATED AND HELD NUMEROUS IN-PERSON VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVES IN HER COMMUNITY

DONATED

$5,000 WORTH OF FOOD

TO THE CLARK COUNTY FOOD BANK FOR COVID RELIEF

NAMED A CIVICS SUPERHERO BY NON-PROFIT CIVICS UNPLUGGED AND

RECEIVED A $1,000 GR ANT TO CONTINUE HER WORK

RAISED $10,000 FOR THE NAACP IN A GRASSROOTS FUNDRAISER

WORKED WITH

KIDS VOTING USA

TO CREATE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CIVICS CURRICULUM AND PRESENTED IT TO OVER 2,000 KIDS!

V I S I T E D E L E M E N TA RY A N D H I G H S C H O O L S TO

TEACH VOTING LESSONS

A N D H O L D VOT E R R E G I S T R AT I O N D R I V E S

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F E AT U R E D IN THE TV SPECIAL


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IMPRESSIONS L ASTING IMPRESSIONS LAS

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TING IMPRESSIONS LASTING IMPRESSIONS

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2021

SCHOL ARSHIP AWARDS

Miss America’s Outstanding Teen

$30,000

First Runner Up

$10,000

Second Runner Up

$4,000

Third Runner Up

$3,000

Fourth Runner Up

$2,000

Semi-Finalists

($1,500 each)

$7,500

Non-Finalists

($1,000 each)

$36,000

Preliminary Talent

($500 each)

$1,000

Preliminary Evening Wear

($500 each)

$1,000

Teens in Action

$1,000

Spirit of America

$1,000

Advertising Sales Award

$1,000

America’s Choice

$1,000

Top Interview

$500

Top Vocal Talent Award

$500

Top Dance Talent Award

$500

TOTAL:

$100,000

We extend our gratitude to the generous supporters of our Scholarship Fund. MAOTeen has paid more than $1.5 million dollars in cash scholarships directly to more than 200 universities in all 50 states. We could not do this without your incredible support. Thank you! Rebel Athletic | Century Club | America’s Choice produced by Serendipity Media | Gallagher Insurance Regalia Magnificent Apparel | Jett Design Co. | The Sash Company | Crown Clips | Togatae Designs | Doug King Tawni Darby Orloski - former Miss Pennsylvania’s Outstanding Teen | Kim Gravel - Belle Beauty | Crown Clips

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In-Kind

TUITION SCHOL ARSHIPS UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA $5,800,000 Miss America’s Outstanding Teen: Four-year award for the value of either In-State or Out-of-State Presidential Scholarship plus a $5,000 Freshman-Year Housing Scholarship and $5,000 Study Abroad Stipend All Candidates: Four-year award for the value of either In-State or Out-of-State Presidential Scholarship

DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY $1,020,000 All Candidates: Four-year award for the value of the Presidential Champion Scholarship (Currently valued at $5000 per year for four years/$20,000 total). In the event the contestant would have qualified academically for the Presidential Champion Scholarship, a $1000 per year for four-year scholarship bonus Candidates must enroll in the following technology-focused degrees to be awarded the scholarship: Artificial Intelligence, Business Technology, Computer Education, Computer Game Design, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Cyber Leadership and Intelligence, Cyber Operations, Network and Security Administration

HOLLINS UNIVERSITY $4,976,000 Miss America’s Outstanding Teen: Four-year, renewable Full Tuition Scholarship, must apply, be accepted and enroll at Hollins as a first-year student 1st Runner Up: Four-year, renewable $29,000 Tuition Scholarship, must apply, be accepted and enroll at Hollins as a first-year student All Candidates: Four-year, renewable $24,000 Tuition Scholarship, must apply, be accepted and enroll at Hollins as a first-year student For Candidates that are in college and would like to transfer: For any candidate already attending college and would like to transfer to Hollins, Hollins will offer a Four-Year, renewable $20,000 Scholarship to Hollins, must apply, be admitted and enrolled.

ROWAN UNIVERSITY $5,056,000 Miss America’s Outstanding Teen: Four-year Full-Tuition & Fees Scholarship (up to $23,400 per year), plus an annual $5,000 grant for campus-based housing All Candidates: Four-year Full-Tuition & Fees Scholarship (up to $23,400 per year) • A student cannot receive both a merit-based award and program-based award. Students who are eligible for both merit-based and program-based awards will receive the higher award. This scholarship award will not exceed full-tuition and fees and will follow all university criteria and conditions.

SHERMAN COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC $6,301,050 All Candidates: $123,550 Full Tuition Scholarship of $8,825 per Quarter for 14 Quarters

TROY UNIVERSITY $3,382,600 Miss America’s Outstanding Teen: $10,000 4-year renewable Tuition Scholarship and $1000 Study Abroad Scholarship All Out-of-State Representatives: Out-of-state Tuition Scholarship (value $16,708) and $1000 Study Abroad Scholarship

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY $3,216,000 All Candidates:  Four-year, renewable Out-of-State Tuition Scholarship up to $16,000 or In-State Tuition Scholarship up to $4000 annually. Must apply, be accepted and enroll at WVU as a first-year student  TOTAL:

$29,751,650 *In-Kind Tuition Scholarships are provided by the Universities and MAOTeen is not held responsible for any scholarships not supplied.

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ERICKA Forever Miss America, Ericka Dunlap is an award-winning PR and Communications Expert, Esteemed Judge, Community Advocate, Philanthropist, Entrepreneur and Daytime Television Host of the Point of View on Comcast Xfinity. Ericka is the Founder and CEO of Crown Communication Group headquartered in Orlando, Florida, which develops public awareness campaigns for state and local organizations spanning government,

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Ericka made history as the first Black Woman to be crowned Miss Florida in 2003, and later in that year she won the coveted title of Miss America 2004. Her thirst for adventure took her around the world as a Finalist on the Emmy-award winning reality show, The Amazing Race, Season 15. With all that she has accomplished, she credits her title as “mommy” to her 8-month-old daughter, Mikelle Antoinette, as her greatest achievement yet.


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Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2021

COMPETITION JUDGES

quince

DOLVETT

@Dolvett

masterclasses. He speaks on

of revenue. Under her leadership,

the topics of personal identity,

BossBabe now reaches more than

business development, fitness

10 million ambitious women per

science, emotional intelligence

month and has a community of

and overcoming self-doubt, and is

four million women across their

a guest contributor on nationally

social media, blog, podcast and

syndicated news shows,

newsletter. Natalie’s expertise

including CNN.

lies in audience growth, content

When not behind a TV camera or

monetization and business

a microphone, Dolvett just might

strategy. Natalie is passionate

DOLVETT QUINCE is a New

be behind a canvas painting with

about supporting women to take

York Times Bestselling Author,

acrylics, or in a classroom learning

action in creating lives that they’re

International Keynote Speaker,

psychology, life coaching and self-

in love with.

Celebrity Fitness Trainer and

development. Ask him what he is

Personal Development Expert

most proud of, and he’ll instantly

Capricorn at home with

with 20+ years of experience

share that his biggest success is

her husband, Stephen, and

educating and equipping people

the very close relationship he has

Pomeranian, Nala, making a

to turn potential into strength

with his adult son, Isiah.

matcha latte (with added collagen,

You can find the grounded

and influence. With expertise in

of course!) and reading a book on

developing self-love, healthy wealth

her Kindle.

and fitness, he has coached people from all walks of life, and is most recognized for his seven seasons as a trainer on NBC’s longtime hit

ellis

NATALIE

@iamnatalie / @bossbabe.inc

television show, The Biggest Loser. Dolvett’s first book, The 3-1-

zohn

ETHAN

@ethanzohn

2-1 Diet: Eat and Cheat Your Way to Weight Loss became an instant New York Times bestseller, introducing an unconventional approach and innovative 21-day

NATALIE ELLIS is the co-founder

program to reduce fat while

and CEO of BossBabe. Natalie

gaining muscle. His second book,

has been featured in major

ETHAN ZOHN is a humanitarian,

Work Out the Doubt, will guide

publications like Forbes, Inc. and

inspirational speaker and television

readers on a journey to improve

Entrepreneur for her efforts, and

host; former professional soccer

their health in all aspects of life,

has been invited to speak on

player; cancer survivor and

from mental and physical, to social

stages all around the world.

advocate; winner of the hit reality

and spiritual. An internationally respected

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She is a social media expert

television show, CBS’s Survivor:

and has grown the BossBabe

Africa; contestant on season 40

charismatic speaker and

Instagram account to over three

of Survivor: Winners at War, author

thought leader, Dolvett engages

million followers (in just three

and inventor; and co-founder of

diverse audiences through

years), and from that following has

the global non-profit, Grassroot

conference keynotes and online

generated multiple seven figures

Soccer. He has found purpose


through his humanitarian work

anatomy and biomechanics,

Arts in Brookhaven, from which

and community involvement

leading her to graduate Magna

she graduated with honors in

and believes that a better and

Cum Laude with her Bachelor’s

2010. Jasmine then enrolled at

healthier world can be achieved

Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise

Mississippi State University and

through education, advocacy and

Science. She further went on to

majored in Communication.

inspiration.

get her Doctorate in Physical

In 2014, Jasmine won the title of

Therapy where she combines

Miss Mississippi. Jasmine competed

his Survivor: Africa winnings to help

her two passions of dance and

at Miss America 2015 and was

found Grassroot Soccer (GRS), an

helping people, using movement

named a Top 10 Finalist and Quality

adolescent health organization that

as medicine.

of Life Award Finalist for her work

In 2002, Ethan used a portion of

leverages the power of soccer to

Dr. Brittany Revell continues to

with “13 Going on 30.” Jasmine

educate, inspire and mobilize

utilize her social media platform to

received a tremendous honor that

at-risk youth in developing

spread happiness, positive energy,

year when she was asked to sing for

countries to overcome their

and promote a healthy lifestyle.

the President at the National Prayer

greatest health challenges. To date,

Breakfast in Washington, D.C.

the organization has reached over 13 million youth in over 60 countries with critical health information and

murray

JASMINE

@JasmineMurrayOfficial

access to health services.

After her year of service, Jasmine moved to Nashville to pursue a career as a Christian Music Artist. Her debut single, “Fearless,” hit #3 on Billboard Christian Sales Charts and was top five on the

revell

Billboard Christian Radio Charts.

DR. BRITTANY

With three singles charting within

@rose.tintedlife / @bnrevell

the top 20 Christian Charts, Jasmine is now writing and recording for television and film. JASMINE MURRAY is an

Her songs have been placed for

accomplished vocalist, fashion

national brands and companies,

influencer and model.

including Kohler, the NFL and

Before her adult accomplishments, Jasmine got her start on the DR. BRITTANY REVELL is the

big stage by competing in

CEO and co-founder/owner of

Miss Mississippi’s Outstanding Teen.

ReKinected Physical Therapy in

She won the title in 2007

Carlsbad, California. She is also

and was a Top Ten Finalist at

a TikTok influencer, with videos of

Miss America’s Outstanding Teen

her dancing with her dad going

where she was also the recipient

viral around the world. She has

of Dream Academy Mentor

made appearances on the Kelly

Scholarship. At only 16 years old,

Clarkson Show, The Today Show,

Jasmine decided to follow her

ABC News, Good Morning America

passion for music and audition for

and many more.

the hit reality show American Idol. She

Dr. Brittany Revell discovered her

Facebook Documentaries for Simone Biles.

Judges Chairperson JENNIFER CRAWFORD Auditors VESTAL & WILER, CPAs

placed in the Top 13 on Season Eight

CONNOR O’TOOLE

love of movement through dance

and also made appearances on

THIAGO AZEVEDO

at a young age. She trained and

shows like Ellen and Live! with Regis

competed in all styles of dance.

and Kelly.

Her love of movement developed into a strong interest in human

Jasmine studied music at the Mississippi School of the

CHRISTINE DIAZ BAO PHAM JOSH KOLBERT AMANDA WHALEN

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2021 Miss America's Outstanding Teen

COMPETITION GROUPING OMEGA GROUP WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 Personal Interview / Lifestyle & Fitness / Evening Wear & On-Stage Question THURSDAY, JULY 29 Talent Washington Jazz Dance

Vermont Tap Dance

Idaho Vocal

Arizona Lyrical Dance

North Carolina

South Dakota

Lyrical Dance

Vocal

California Irish Dance Fusion

New Hampshire

Jazz Dance

Wyoming Vocal

Michigan Baton Twirling

Florida Broadway Vocal

Wisconsin Piano

Alaska Vocal

Iowa Musical Theatre Vocal

Pennsylvania Musical Theatre Dance

Massachusetts Jazz Dance

Kansas Vocal

North Dakota

Lyrical Dance

New York

New Jersey

Piano

Piano

Mississippi Broadway Vocal

Illinois Lyrical Dance

Alabama Broadway Vocal

Texas Vocal

Nevada Tap Dance

Minnesota Contemporary Dance

TAU GROUP WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 Talent THURSDAY, JULY 29 Personal Interview / Lifestyle & Fitness / Evening Wear & On-Stage Question Missouri Ballet en Pointe

Louisiana

Delaware Contemporary Dance

Oklahoma

Maryland Jazz Dance

Connecticut

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South Carolina

Contemporary Ballet Dance

West Virginia

Pop Vocal Classical Vocal Jazz Dance Lyrical Dance

Tennessee Vocal

Utah

Hawaii Hip Hop Dance

Virginia

Oregon Musical Theatre Vocal

Nebraska

Piano

Jazz Dance

Arkansas

Lyrical Dance

Vocal

Rhode Island

Saxophone

Competitive Tumbling

Kentucky

Gymnastics

Violin

Maine

District of Columbia

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PRELIMINARY Show Rundown

WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 2021 THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2021 6:00PM ET DOORS / 6:30PM ET START National Anthem Payton May, Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2020-2021 Opening Number Introduction of the Candidates Introduction of the Host Introduction of Payton May, Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Empower Academy Pin Ceremony Thursday Night Preliminary Competition Scoring Introduction of Judges Lifestyle & Fitness Phase Wednesday: Omega Thursday: Tau Talent Phase Wednesday: Tau Thursday: Omega Eveningwear & On-Stage Question Phase Wednesday: Omega Thursday: Tau Announcement of Preliminary Winners Good Night

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FINAL NIGHT Show Rundown

FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2021 5:30PM

National Anthem Payton May, Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2020-2021 Opening Number Introduction Introduction of the Host Introduction of Payton May, Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Explanation of the Preliminary Competition Introduction of Judges Announcement of the Top 10 Lifestyle and Fitness Competition Talent Competition Empower Academy Introduction and Highlights Video Eveningwear & On-Stage Question Competition Payton’s Farewell Special Awards Introduction of the new Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2022 Good Night

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AZ

KATE

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SHELBY

CA

MAYA

CO

LILA

LeBlanc

Wheeles

Blair

Cook

Alvarez-Coyne

Sacha

CT

DE

DC

FL

GA

HI

AICHA

HALEY

JADE

RUBY

MEGAN

ILIMA

Diallo

Grace Alexander

Ridout

Tilghman

Wright

Sexton

ID

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MADISON

KYLIE

KATE

MAGGIE

GRACIE

CHLOE

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SOPHIA

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KATE

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TESS

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MT

ANNIKA

NE

JAMIE ROSE

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ISABELLA

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ISABEL

Johnston

Berry

Bennion

Chen

McGinnis

Povey

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GIANNA

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EMMA

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Yuzwa

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MOIRA

JAYLEN

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Aguilar

Healy

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Black

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EVE

Vanden Heuvel

EMMA

Anderson

ELLA

Strickland

CHLOE

Furnstahl

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ALABAMA

B I R M I N G HAM, AL | 18 L AU R EL S PR I N GS

MARCELLE LeBlanc TA L E N T: Broadway Vocal

SOCIAL IMPACT INITIATIVE: S.T. A .R.S. Supporting the Arts Through Resource & Scholarships CAREER AMBITION: Continue Career as a Professional Actress & Obtain a Degree in Accountancy S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $7,450 36


ALASKA

A N C H O R AG E, A K | 1 5 DIMOND HIGH SCHOOL

SYCELY Wheeles TA L E N T: Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Mind Matters – Student Mental Health Advocacy & Education C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Commercial Videography/Cinematography S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $5,700 37


AR IZO NA

PH O E N I X , A Z | 16 X AV I E R CO L L EG E PR E PATO RY

KBlair ATE TA L E N T: Lyrical Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Raise a Voice for Childhood Cancer C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Become an Obstetrician S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $3,750 38


ARKANSAS

H U N TSV I L L E, A R | 1 8 H U N TSV I L L E HIGH SCHOOL

SHELBY Cook TA L E N T: Lyrical Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Be The Change

C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Physician's Assistant or Orthopedic Nurse Practitioner S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $14,650 39


CALIFORNIA

I R V I N E, C A | 1 8 O R A N G E CO U N T Y S C H O O L O F T H E A R TS

MAYA Alvarez-Coyne TA L E N T: Irish Dance Fusion

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Teen Health & Fitness

C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Marketing for a Nonprofit Arts Organization or Luxury Brand S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $6,700 40


CO LO R A D O

CENTENNIAL, CO | 18 G R A N DV I E W HIGH SCHOOL

LIL A Sacha TA L E N T: Jazz Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Mental Health & Teen Suicide Awareness C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Elementary School Teacher Specializing in Spanish S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $1,500 41


CONNECTICUT

W EST H AV E N , CT | 17 WEST H AV E N HIGH SCHOOL

AICHA Diallo TA L E N T: Jazz Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Ensuring Access to the Arts for Inner City Communities C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: To become CEO of a Health System S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $2,800 42


D EL AWA R E

W I L M I N GTO N , D E | 1 8 C A B C A L LOWAY S C H O O L O F T H E A R TS

HALE Y Grace Alexander TA L E N T: Contemporary Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Think Smart, Think Green – Recycle!

C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Pursue a Career in Dance & Physical Therapy S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $3,250 43


D I S T R I C T of C O L U M B I A

WASHINGTON, D.C. | 16 D I ST R I CT O F CO LU M B I A I N T E R N AT I O N A L

JADE Ridout TA L E N T: Monologue

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: You Are Enough C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Social Media Manager S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOT E E N: $1,000 44


FLO R I DA

PA N A M A C I T Y, FL | 17 NORTH B AY H AV E N HIGH SCHOOL

RUBY Tilghman TA L E N T: Broadway Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Many Mini Musicians C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Neurologist S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOT E E N: $7,000 45


GEORGIA

C A L H O U N , GA | 1 8 CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL

MEGAN Wright TA L E N T: B ro a dway Vo c a l

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: F. A . S .T. – R a p i d ly S avi n g Lives C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: N u rse Pra ctiti o n e r S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $7, 6 0 0 46


H AWA I I

E WA , H I | 1 5 WA I PA H U HIGH SCHOOL

ILIMA Sexton TA L E N T: H i p H o p D a n c e

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: B o dy Positivity C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Trave l th e Wo rl d as a Professi o n a l D a n c e r & C h o re o g ra p h e r S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $4 ,750 47


IDAHO

IDAHO FALLS, ID | 18 I DA H O FA L L S HIGH SCHOOL

MADISON Andreason TA L E N T: Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Get Up & Get Out

C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Journalist & Political Analyst S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $9,200 48


ILLINOIS

SYCAMORE, IL | 18 SYCAMORE HIGH SCHOOL

KRyder YLIE TA L E N T: Lyrical Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: #Drive4Life: Focus on the Road C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Social Media Marketing Manager S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $5,250 49


INDIANA

ZI O N SV I L L E, I N | 1 8 ZI O N SV I L L E CO M M U N I T Y HIGH SCHOOL

K ATE Dimmett TA L E N T: Classical Violin

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Notable Measures: Supporting Youth Music Education C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Business & Nonprofit Leader S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $6,400 50


I OWA

PE L L A , I A | 17 PE L L A H I G H S C H O O L

MAGGIE Leach TA L E N T: Musical Theatre

SOCIAL IMPACT INITIATIVE: Operation Share the Load – Lightening the Load for Families in Poverty C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Become an Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $1,975 51


KANSAS

W I C H I TA , KS | 16 N E W TO N HIGH SCHOOL

GR ACIE Hendrickson TA L E N T: Vocal Performance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: iStand – Teens Against Drug Abuse C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Chiropractor Specializing in Pediatrics & Pregnancy S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $4,600 52


KENTUCKY

PR O S PECT, K Y | 17 NORTH OLDHAM HIGH SCHOOL

CHLOE Yates TA L E N T: Gymnastics Routine

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Special Olympics – Deleting the Dis in Disabled C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Design Engineer & Entrepreneur S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $5,550 53


LO U IS IA NA

N E W O R L E A N S , L A | 17 T H E AC A D E M Y O F S AC R E D H E A R T

SOPHIA Nawaz TA L E N T: Pop Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Cultural Diversity C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Forensic Pathologist

S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $3,500 54


MAINE

WINTHROP, ME | 18 M A I N E A R TS AC A D E M Y

L AUREN Jorgensen TA L E N T: Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: My Body My Voice C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Fashion Stylist

S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $1,000 55


MARYLAND

FR E D E R I C K , M D | 17 URBANA HIGH SCHOOL

KWills ATE TA L E N T: Jazz Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Rare Action Network: Advocating for Rare Disease Awareness C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Pediatrician S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $2,000 56


MASSACHUSET TS

C A N TO N , M A | 17 CANTON HIGH SCHOOL

TESS O'Riordan TA L E N T: Jazz Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Essentials for Success: Helping Students in Need C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: To Perform Professionally S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $4,000 57


MICHIGAN

GRAND BLANC, MI | 17 GRAND BLANC HIGH SCHOOL

RYLIE Dewley TA L E N T: Baton Twirling

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Start Heart Smart C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Veterinarian S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $1,000 58


M I N N E S O TA

L I N O L A K ES , M N | 17 LIBERT Y CL ASSICAL AC A D E M Y

BELL A Grill TA L E N T: Lyrical Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Healthy Habits for All C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: To Obtain a Masters of Business Administration S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $2,300 59


MISSISSIPPI

MADISON, MS | 18 JAC KS O N PR E PA R ATO RY SCHOOL

TORI Johnston TA L E N T: Broadway Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Shining a Light on Special Needs CAREER AMBITION: Receive Degrees in Journalism, Pursue a Career as a News Anchor or TV Host S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $9,750 60


MISSOURI

CLINTON, MO | 17 C L I N TO N HIGH SCHOOL

ASHLE Y Berry TA L E N T: Ballet en Pointe

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Teen's in Politics C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Speech Pathologist

S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $9,500 61


M O N TA N A

S I D N E Y, M T | 1 8 M O N TA N A STAT E UNIVERSIT Y BILLINGS CO N N ECT I O N S

ANNIK A Bennion TA L E N T: Violin

SOCIAL IMPACT INITIATIVE: No NicoTeen America: Vaping Education & Advocacy for Teens C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Bioethicist S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $2,700 62


NEBRASKA

S COT TS B LU FF, N E | 17 PH I L L I PS E X E T E R AC A D E M Y

JAMIE ROSE Chen TA L E N T: Piano

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Dare to Dream: Celebrating Inclusivity

CAREER AMBITION: Become a Legal Consultant for the United Nations S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $2,000 63


N E VA DA

L A S V EGA S , N V | 16 FA I T H LU T H E R A N HIGH SCHOOL

ISABELL A McGinnis TA L E N T: Tap Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Include Me

C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Public Administrator S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $6,250 64


NEW HAMPSHIRE

H A M PST E A D, N H | 17 PI N K E R TO N AC A D E M Y

ISABEL Povey TA L E N T: Jazz Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Seeds of Hope – Tackling the Hunger Crisis C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Political Journalist S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $6,050 65


NEW JERSEY

OCEAN VIEW, NJ | 17 OCEAN CIT Y HIGH SCHOOL

ISABELL A Freund TA L E N T: Piano

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Make-A-Wish

C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Pediatric Cardiologist S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $8,425 66


NEW MEXICO

ALAMOGORDO, NM | 18 ALAMOGORDO HIGH SCHOOL

DALL AS Collins TA L E N T: Vocal Performance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Self-Acceptance C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Esthetician

S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $3,500 67


N E W YO R K

LANCASTER, NY | 17 LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOL

GIANNA Caetano TA L E N T: Piano

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: CASE: Concussion Awareness, Solutions, and Education C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: To Work in a Level-1 Hospital as a Trauma Surgeon S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $2,850 68


NORTH CAROLINA

C H A R LOT T E, N C | 17 STAT ESV I L L E HIGH SCHOOL

HARLE Y Tilque TA L E N T: Lyrical Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: T.E. A .L. – Take Early Action & Live C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Veterinarian

S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $5,450 69


N O R T H D A KO TA

W I L L I STO N , N D | 1 8 WI L L I STO N HIGH SCHOOL

EMMA Tong TA L E N T: Lyrical Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: D. A .R.E. Your Choices Matter CAREER AMBITION: Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Doctorate of Medicine in Diagnostic Radiology S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $3,550 70


OHIO

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, OH | 18 NORTH ROYALTON HIGH SCHOOL

MADDY Yuzwa TA L E N T: Competitive Tumbling

SOCIAL IMPACT INITIATIVE: F.I.T. to be Confident: Empowering Youth through Fitness, Nutrition & Self-Acceptance C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Clinical Pharmacist S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $4,450 71


OKLAHOMA

TULSA, OK | 18 E PI C C H A R T E R SCHOOLS

ELL A Phillips TA L E N T: Classical Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Reach Out & Read... A Book is Just the Beginning C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Broadway Performer S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $8,750 72


OREGON

CO O S B AY, O R | 1 8 NORTH BEND HIGH SCHOOL

MOIR A O'Bryan TA L E N T: Musical Theatre Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Shining a Light on Suicide Prevention Strategies C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: To Perform on Broadway S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $8,108 73


P E N N S Y LV A N I A

E AG L E V I L L E, PA | 1 9 MOUNT SAINT J O S E PH AC A D E M Y

JAYLEN Baron TA L E N T: Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Cancer: No One Fights Alone CAREER AMBITION: National Broadcast Journalist

S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $9,000 74


RHODE ISLAND

NORTH KINGSTOWN, RI | 17 NORTH KINGSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL

ALE X A Johnsen TA L E N T: Saxophone

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Let's Talk Trash: The Dangers of Plastic Marine Debris C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Become an Orthodontist S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $500 75


SOUTH CAROLINA

HANAHAN, SC | 17 HANAHAN HIGH SCHOOL

DABRIA Aguilar TA L E N T: Contemporary Ballet Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Make Everybody Feel Like Somebody C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Professional Dancer with a Contemporary Ballet Company S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $13,500 76


S O U T H D A KO TA

H A R T F O R D, S D | 1 8 O 'G O R M A N HIGH SCHOOL

KIANNA Healy TA L E N T: Musical Theatre Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Music 4 Life

C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Perform on Broadway S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $2,600 77


TENNESSEE

GA L L AT I N , T N | 1 8 GA L L AT I N H I G H S C H O O L

TAYLOR Black TA L E N T: Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Lupus: The Invisible Disease C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Family & Adoption Lawyer

S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $3,500 78


TEXAS

CARROLLTON, T X | 17 T H E CO LO N Y HIGH SCHOOL

K ATHERINE Omo-Osagie TA L E N T: Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Breaking the Cycle of Abuse

C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Become an Orthopedic Surgeon Specializing in Sports Medicine S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $7,000 79


U TA H

AU R O R A , U T | 17 R I C H FI E L D HIGH SCHOOL

CHARLEE Sorensen TA L E N T: Operatic Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: The Upstander Revolution

CAREER AMBITION: Study Opera in Italy, Perform at the Metropolitan Opera & Study Psychology S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $6,500 80


VERMONT

S H E L B U R N E, V T | 17 C H A M PL A I N VA L L E Y U N I O N HIGH SCHOOL

EMMA Anderson TA L E N T: Tap Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Necessity, Not Luxury: Increasing Access to Menstrual Products C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: High School Humanities Teacher S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $1,100 81


VIRGINIA

WA R R E N TO N , VA | 1 8 KETTLE RUN HIGH SCHOOL

ELL A Strickland TA L E N T: Broadway Vocal

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Type One Diabetes Awareness & Support C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Real Estate Broker S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $6,350 82


WAS H I N GTO N

L A K E TA PPS , WA | 17 AU B U R N HIGH SCHOOL

CHLOE Furnstahl TA L E N T: Jazz Dance

SOCIAL IMPACT INITIATIVE: Victim to Victorious Prevention & Awareness of Sexual Assault C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Become an Anchor of a Nationally Syndicated News Program S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $12,650 83


WEST VIRGINIA

GERRARDSTOWN, WV | 16 MARTINSBURG HIGH SCHOOL

OLIVIA Travis TA L E N T: Lyrical Dance

S O C I A L I M PACT I N I T I AT I V E: Got Time! Make It Count! C A R E E R A M B I T I O N: Forensic Science/Psychology

S C H O L A R S H I P TOTA L AWA R D E D T H R O U G H M AOTe e n: $1,300 84


WISCONSIN

FR E E D O M , WI | 17 ST. FR A N C I S X AV I E R HIGH SCHOOL

E VE Vanden Heuvel TA L E N T: Piano

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Fechtel

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Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2006

A Lasting Legacy MEGHAN MILLER

Along with the title and winning $35,000 in cash

scholarships which were paid to the University of Texas, Meghan also took on the opportunity to help grow a new organization.

“I looked forward with determination to help grow this organization into what I had imagined,” said Meghan. “We From America’s Got Talent to off-Broadway success, Mehan Miller has made her mark on this world! As we celebrate MAOTeen’s “Sweet 16” birthday, it’s

Teen into what you see today. That did not come so easily. Each young woman who has worn the crown helps shape

only fitting to catch up with Meghan Miller, our first

MAOTeen based on her vision for her year, and mine was to

Miss America’s Outstanding Teen to explore how this

cement the Outstanding Teen program as the “little sister”

organization shaped her and how she was instrumental

to Miss America.”

in making it successful as well. So, let us take walk back in time… On a hot and humid summer night in Orlando, Florida in

Meghan embarked on a speaking tour across her home state of Texas spreading the message of her platform, “Character Education.” She performed her ventriloquist act

2005, state representatives gathered at the Linda Chapin

for thousands of kids dozens of times across the nation. Later,

Theater at the Orange County Convention Center in hopes

she would have the chance to work professionally in New York

of capturing scholarships and the opportunity to be named

in her first off-Broadway role as Sister Bear in The Berenstain

the first “little sister” to Miss America.

Bears LIVE! at the Manhattan Movement and Arts Center

Meghan Miller, an articulate blonde from Beaumont, Texas

and also worked as the lead puppeteer in the national tour

represented her state in the inaugural competition. Meghan

of John Tartaglia’s ImaginOcean. She would later appear

won two Preliminary Awards, but it was her talent we will

on many episodes of America’s Got Talent and national

never forget. On stage with her two closest “friends”, Abner

newscasts with her friends, Abner and Shannon.

and Shannon, Meghan brought down the house with her

“The experience of being the first Miss America’s

ventriloquist act, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Although

Outstanding Teen changed me in ways I never could

the competition was fierce, Meghan was crowned Miss

have imagined,” confessed Meghan. “I was stretched and

America’s Outstanding Teen 2006 by the Deidre Downs, Miss

challenged, pushed past my comfort zone. The people I

America 2005.

met along the way changed how I viewed the world and

Meghan says it was her love of watching Miss America when she was a child that inspired her to want to compete. “One of the things I vividly remember about my

formed me into the woman I am today. This legacy is one that I will treasure every day and I am so grateful to be a part of an organization that gives young women the

childhood were the nights Miss America came on TV. My

chance to not only make a difference in their community,

sister and I would dress up and don our favorite crowns

but also affords them the opportunity for a world class

and dream of being one of those amazing women. When

education through scholarships.”

I found out that I would have the opportunity to compete

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set off on molding and shaping Miss America’s Outstanding

Meghan won a total of $82,000 in scholarships from

for the first ever Miss America’s Outstanding Teen

competing in both MAOTeen and the Miss America

competition, I knew exactly what I hoped this program

Competitions. Meghan is our forever Miss America’s

would be,” explained Meghan.

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S SPOTLIGHT M I S S A L A B A M A’S O U T S TA N D I N G T E E N O R GA N I Z AT I O N

ANITA WALKER state teen director life-changing scholarship awards

women compete on the MAOTeen

have attracted our nation’s best and

stage including Jessica Baeder,

brightest,” said Anita. To date, the

Miss America’s Outstanding Teen

Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen

2017, a 17-year-old dancer from

Organization has awarded $190,000

Auburn, Alabama.

in cash scholarships. Anita can be credited with helping to

Anita Walker started as a local director in the Miss Alabama Scholarship Organization in 1980 and

establish the first in-kind scholarships

director, you must adjust each year

for the national organization, helping

to what works with your titleholder

MAOTeen connect with the University

and their goals. They all have

of Alabama, Troy University and

different personalities and needs.

Auburn University in the early years of

You should take their strengths and

the program.

build upon those and work with them

“I believe strongly in the benefits

to identify areas for improvement

later joined the Board of Directors

of the Miss America’s Outstanding

that will benefit them for the rest of

to run their Teen Scholarship

Teen program and how it gives a

their lives.”

Competition in 2003 which later

voice to young women, offering

became affiliated with Miss America’s

support and encouragement

the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen

Outstanding Teen Organization when

to their efforts of serving their

Organization and the countless hours

it launched in 2005.

communities and states.”

she has dedicated to the hundreds

With 41 years of service and dedication, Anita works tirelessly to provide opportunities to the young women who come through the system. Each year the Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen Organization has nearly 50 candidates competing for thousands of dollars in cash scholarships and more than $400,000 in in-kind scholarships provided by several prestigious universities in Alabama. “The MAOTeen program has thrived, and interest has increased over the years as significant and

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Anita says listening is the key to being a good state director. “As a

Over the past 16 years, Anita has helped many successful young

We thank Anita for her devotion to

of young women who have passed through her state competition.


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Regalia

TRIBUTE

16

years

of SERVICE

A T R I B U T E TO R E GA L I A M AG N I F I C E N T A P PA R E L

Sixteen years, hundreds of dresses and thousands of hours! They say time flies when you’re having fun, so it is no doubt that the past 16 years have passed so quickly for David Lang and Carry O’Neal, owners of Regalia Magnificent Apparel and the very first sponsor for Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Scholarship Organization. “When I heard the first competition for the teen division of Miss America was going to be held in Orlando, our home, I knew we needed to help,” said David. “We study trends and specialize in pageant clothing so we knew we could provide a wardrobe for the first national titleholder that would make her feel comfortable and stand out as a winner!” “I will never forget going to Regalia’s fantastic showroom just days after being crowned the first Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2006 and being told to try on whatever I wanted!” said Meghan Miller, the first national titleholder. “They outfitted me in the most marvelous dresses, all while making me truly feel like Miss America. It was a teen girl’s dream come true!” Regalia has been wardrobing winners since 1989 in their Orlando Boutique and have developed wonderful relationships with hundreds of state and national titleholders. Over the years, the dynamic duo has offered more than just a few dresses to the winners. They've provided scholarships, sponsored events and connected the organization with national brands for photo shoots and additional sponsorships. “Regalia has been an invaluable asset to the MAOTeen Organization on the national level,” explained Kim Parrish, former President, MAOTeen. “It was not uncommon for David to receive a text or call asking for clothing for a parade appearance or the need for a sponsor for an upcoming event. He would offer his connections to dress designers and shoe suppliers and even helped us provide scholarships. Many clothing stores over the years have come and gone, but I can’t thank David and Carry enough for always being there as MAOTeen’s strongest supporters!” “Words cannot express my gratitude for their support of this organization”, exclaimed Meghan. “MAOTeen is so lucky to have such dedicated and amazing sponsors. Thank you, Carry and David, for always treating the teens like the queens we want to be!”  Regalia Magnificent Apparel is located at 813 East Washington Street in Orlando, Florida and welcomes your visit during the MAOTeen competition week.

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L E A D | E M P OW E R | A DVO C AT E | D E M O N S T R AT E Learn how to develop your ideas, communicate your concepts and share your vision to positively impact your community. Create your personal branding, discover how to utilize social media and effectively communicate your thoughts and ideas. Improve public speaking techniques and create your pitch to promote your passion. Attend workshops with nationally known experts and explore scholarships and grants to help fund your education and cause.

YOU have the voice to lead. YOU have the passion to inspire others. YOU are a Changemaker!

Provided by:

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PRODUCTION CREDITS JC PRODUCTIONS

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Susan Ables EXECUTIVE PRODUCER OF CONTENT & VIDEOGRAPHY: Jeremy Ables PRODUCER & PRODUCTION DIRECTOR: Frank Byers OMEGA GROUP STAGE MANAGER & CANDIDATE LIAISON: Amanda Yarbrough TAU GROUP STAGE MANAGER & CANDIDATE LIAISON: Evelynn Sheffel CHOREOGRAPHY: JC Productions STAGE DESIGN: JC Productions AUDIO ENGINEER: Eric Pardoe LEAD VIDEO ENGINEER & ANIMATOR: James Bell LIGHTING DIRECTOR: Brian Lee PLAYBACK OPERATOR: Kia Robson JIB OPERATORS: Brandon Chambers and Katie Sims CAMERA OPERATORS: Tyler Baker, Jeremy Grant, Carrington Knight, Jonah Wilson PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS: Tyler Dickerson, Trina Grant, Luke Farve, Isaiah Riddle TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS: Earnest Olvey CONTENT EDITORS: Tyler Baker, Brandon Chambers, Caitlyn Yarbrough

Special Thanks to Chic Event Furniture for providing our Miss America Candidates’ Lounge.

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THANK YOU!

WE EXTEND OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION TO OUR FRIENDS WHO CONTINUE TO OFFER SUPPORT. With your help, we are able to touch the lives of hundreds of young women seeking academic assistance. In the past 16 years we have paid more than $1.5 million in cash scholarships to more than 200 colleges and universities in all 50 states. We extend our gratitude to the many individuals and companies who give their time and financial support!

PREMIERE SPONSOR

BRONZE SPONSORS

(Donations over $25,000)

(Donations of $500 - $999)

Rebel Athletic

Crown Clips

Togatae Designs

Gallagher Insurance

Viper Apparel

Rebel Athletic

PLATINUM SPONSORS

Doug King

(Donations from $5,000 - $9,999)

Butter of London

Tawni Darby

Doll 10 Cosmetics

JC Productions

Miss Hawaii Scholarship Organization

UBeauty Skincare

Miss Montana's Outstanding Teen

Drunk Elephant

Miss Washington Scholarship Organization

GOLD SPONSORS (Donations from $2,500- $4,999)

Regalia Magnificent Apparel Togatae Designs Eco Brothers, Inc. Brittany’s Boutique in NH Viper Apparel Prom and Pageant in MI

WINNER’S PRIZE PACKAGE Wardrobe provided by Viper Apparel in MI $1,000 Wardrobe package provided by Brittany’s Boutique in NH

NoNo! Crepe Erase Girls Know How Books Alma Rose by Becky Nichols Crown Couture Collection by Lindley Julie Mayer Collection Dream Duffel Kate’s Real Food

Touchstone Crystals by Renee Carbone Fleming

Clothing and Accessories from LaraBethBoutique.com, Lara Weber

Eco Brothers, Inc.

SILVER SPONSORS

Ambassador Opportunity with Girls Know How Books

Crown Clips

(Donations of $1,000 - $2,499)

Crown Couture Collection by Lindley

Custom Crown Box, Tote Bag & Blanket provided by Crown Couture Collection by Lindley

Julie Mayer Collection

Crown provided by KA Concepts

Jett Design Co

Sash provided by The Sash Company

The Sash Company Kim Gravel, Belle Beauty on QVC

Photo Shoot from Charity Strickland of Younique Beauty Photography

Samp Law Firm

Benjamin Walk Shoes

IP Horgan Attorneys

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read.repeat. Zach’s Planet MontKush Karma for Cara Tatcha Skincare Southern Panache by Madia Stanton Renee Carbone Fleming with Touchstone Crystal Elizabeth Hunterton, Miss Nevada 2004 Talent Music by Bill Wolfe


MISS AMERICA’S OUTSTANDING TEEN SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION BROUGHT TO YOU BY REBEL ATHLETIC IG: @rebelathleticcheer RebelAthletic.com

SUPPORTING SERVICES Certified Public Accountants Vestal & Wiler, CPAs

COMPETITION MAGAZINE Courtney Van Hagen Serendipity Media, LLC

HOST HOTEL Loews Royal Pacific Resort Loews Sapphire Falls Resort

OFFICIAL HEADSHOT PHOTOGRAPHER Jenn Cady Photography

COMPETITION MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPHER Janet Linn Photography

MEDICAL CONSULTANT Timothy Baker

WARDROBE PROVIDER Regalia Magnificent Apparel

Points of Light Youth Council Members

SUPPORTING STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS

Eco Brothers

Shantel Krebs

Kim Parrish

Marc Angeli

Shantel Krebs

Brent Adams

Payton May

Julie Hoffman

Ellen Langas, Nousoma Communications

Liz Brown Baily Barger Kim Parrish Jennifer Crawford Steve Frocchi Marcus Neely

CANDIDATE COORDINATORS

Elizabeth Tran

Marianne Ahern, Glad Dogs Nation Trish Tidd, Togatae Designs

MERCHANDISE SALES Brenda Goldsmith Doug King

Mary Bates Kelly Farnan

Bruce Boyajian

Lindley Mayer

Crowd Management Group, LLC

Universal Studios Education Program

Karma for Cara Members

MISS AMERICA ORGANIZATION PHOTOGRAPHER

SECURITY

EMPOWER ACADEMY PRESENTERS

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Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2021

CENTURY CLUB MEMBERS » Payton May Miss America's Outstanding Teen

» Elizabeth Drewett Miss Louisiana 1992

» Paula Moore » David Appleby » Steve Phan » The Lamontagne Family

Miss New Jersey 1992

» Jennie Boyd » Michael Nash » Allison VanNamen » Susan Shea » Trish Tidd Togatae Designs

» Michael Hannah

» Keith Williams

» Kim Parrish

» Regalia Magnificent Apparel

Miss West Virginia 1992

» Peggy Miller » Mike Miller » Kasie Smith Serendipity Media

» Dr. Donna Newman » Milton Gravely » Trina Pruitt » Debbie & Bob Grill » Winky Freeman » Michele Grzegorczyk » Anita Walker » Shenan Golimbu MAO Board of Directors

» Miss Montana’s Outstanding Teen

» Liz Brown » Patrick Johnson » Stacy Cenedese Miss Wyoming 1992

» Francesca Adler-Baeder in honor of Jessica Baeder, Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2018

» Gina Cavanaugh » Sharlene Hawkes MAO Board of Directors

» Michelle Solvie » Jennifer Reeves

Chase and Zach Hartman

» Ryan Brown MAO Board of Directors

» Karie Ross MAO Board of Directors

» Aren Straiger

» Barbara Moore

» Sonya Lagore » Beth Jones » Kaulana Chang » Jessica Justice » Thomas May » Ally Brown » Katharyn Nicolle » Bonnie Faulk

MAO Board of Directors

» Rodney Neely » Lewis Arnold » Chris Taylor » KA Concepts » Pamela Renard » Victoria Renard » Nicole Renard » Shantel Krebs MAO Board of Directors

» Kathleen Neville MAO Board of Directors

» Shenan Golimbu MAO Board of Directors

» Patrick Cordes

» Angelique Barnum

» Dennis Momyer

» S. Kennedy Hill-Garcia

» The Povey Family

» Jeffery Halter

» Kathryn Smartnick

» Susan Nicolle » Trish & Jay Povey

MAO Board of Directors

» Timothy Baker

» Eco Brothers, Inc.

» Tammy Spires

» Yvonne Garcia

» Brett & Daniella Bennion

» Muriel Anderson

Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen Organization

MAO Board of Directors

» Miss Florida Scholarship Program

» Majken Mechling

» Lynne Ulaky

» Jacqueline Reynolds

» Lori Darby

» Doug King Miss Hawaii’s Outstanding Teen Organization

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» Heather Hertling Narducci

MAO Board of Directors

» Susan Roarke » Dawn Rix » Madison Wilson » Robert Neeson » Sharlene Hawkes MAO Board of Directors

» Tyreek Moore MAO Board of Directors

» Miss New Hampshire Organization

The Sash Company

» Brent Adams » Lauryn Whitfield » Marc Angeli » Sarah Eash » Alexander Trinh » Bailey Barger » Carolyn O’Riordan » Heather Caponi » Dewana Little Miss Louisiana Organization

» Ashley Byrd Miss South Carolina Scholarship Organization

» Amy Rasmussen Miss Utah's Outstanding Teen Organization

» Rhonda Howdyshell Crown Clips

» Linda Weaver


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The official program book for the 2021 Miss America's Outstanding Teen competition. Read about Payton May and the 51 candidates vying to tak...

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