About Alissa

Alissa is a student at Duke University pursuing a triple degree in Visual & Media Studies, Markets & Management, and Theater Studies. She has appeared in over 30 stage productions, in addition to commercials, television shows, movies, and her work as a former Ford model. Credits include: An American Girls Revue (Molly/Kit/Kirsten: West Coast premiere), Parade (Mary Phagan: Los Angeles premiere), Bye Bye Birdie in concert (dir. Jason Alexander), Night of the Hunter (World premiere, dir. John Bowab), and Romeo and Juliet (Juliet: Francis Ford Coppola Winery). In addition to performing, Alissa has worked as a leading national teen Alzheimer's advocate. Her work can be seen through HBO’s Emmy-winning documentary The Alzheimer’s Project: Grandpa Do You Know Who I Am? With Maria Shriver, the TV show Young Icons, and her essay published in The Shriver Report and Alzheimer’s in America books. Alissa has received several accolades for her work including the Coca-Cola Scholar, Nordstrom Scholar, and Young Icon awards, and hopes to pursue a career in media and marketing.
Alissa was chosen as one of eight local Miss North Carolina titleholders to be a member of the prestigious Queens Court for the 2015 North Carolina Azalea Festival.

Miss Johnston County 2015



Because of her dedication to the cause, Alissa was asked by Maria Shriver to be a woman's leader of the 2015 national campaign Maria Shriver's Wipe Out Alzheimer's Challenge in partnership with the Alzheimer's Association, A Woman's Nation, and My Brain. 

Alissa Anderegg

Wipe Out Alzheimer's campaign

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Alissa won the title of Miss Johnston County 2015. She now acts as a representative of her community and will go on to compete for Miss North Carolina in June!

Azalea Festival Queens Court