The Success Design welcomes Miss America 2013 Mallory Hagan. After recently crowning her successor, Mallory sits down with me and talks about life after her Miss America reign, her platform of Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, and her memorable year as Miss America.
Here’s a synopsis of our interview:
With “Be Kind, Be Courageous, and Be You” as her motto during her reign as Miss America, Mallory Hagan reached new heights by just being Mallory, and trust me, that was plenty good enough. Mallory soared as Miss America, but considers it a humbling experience. While promoting her platform by bringing awareness to Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, she speaks candidly and tenderly about her work with the Children’s Miracle Network with which the Miss America Organization has partnered.
With time on her side, Mallory began pursuing her Miss America dream in her mother’s dance studio in Alabama during her tender years. She moved to New York to vie for the Miss New York title and, after coming in 1st runner up twice, she became Miss New York and headed for the Miss America competition. She was crowned Miss America 2013.
Mallory Hytes Hagan was crowned Miss America on January 12, 2013. She represented the State of New York during the 2013 Miss America pageant where she won both the swimsuit and evening gown portions of the competition. For her talent, she performed a tap number to James Brown’s “Get Up Offa That Thing”. She is an Alabama native and spent a year studying biomedical science at Auburn University where she was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. In 2008, Mallory moved to New York and, among other things, began vying for the title of Miss America. After several attempts, Mallory made it to the Miss America stage and won the crown!
Radio Show Interview: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bethshankleanderson/2013/10/18/miss-america-2013-mallory-hytes-hagan