Congratulations to Emma Broyles, aka Miss Alaska, in her winning the Miss America crown 2022! The Anchorage native made her people proud. Indeed, crowning glory! The 100th annual pageant of Miss America was back on 16 December 2021. Likewise we missed the it in 2019, due to global pandemic.
Indeed it was a big occasion, Miss America wasn’t showcased on network TV. Instead, the annual event, which took place at the Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort in Uncasville, Connecticut on December 16. And was streamed live on Peacock. Also Read: Ariana Grande Debuts Her New Beauty Brand In ‘Allure’ With Thick Lashes— Photos
It was the first time in the pageant’s history it was available only via a streaming service. The event included 51 women from across the U.S. And the 2021 event marked a return after a two-year delay due to COVID-19. The top 10 contestants were: New York, Alaska, Illinois, Massachusetts, Oregon, Alabama, District of Columbia, Florida, Utah and Texas.
Miss Alaska’s Outstanding Teen in 2017
as a teenager only, she grabbed her first pageant in 2017. As a 15-year-old in 2017, Emma began competing in her hometown of Anchorage. Alaska going on to win Miss Alaska’s Outstanding Teen that year. Followed by to compete in Miss America’s Outstanding Teen in Florida, but took a hiatus from competing after that pageant.
Love to work with the Special Olympics
So before Emma crowned as Miss America this week, she won in the preliminaries for her social impact pitch about the power of the Special Olympics. She has noted she began volunteering with the organization 12 years ago when her older brother, who has down syndrome, became an athlete.
Academics: An honors student at Arizona State University
Emma is a part of Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University located in Tempe, Arizona. She is currently a junior. She studies biomedical sciences and voice performance, loving her experience as a college student