Miss Contra costa county 2017

On November 12, 2016, Alissa Anderegg was crowned Miss Contra Costa County 2017 for the Miss America Organization. She was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and went on to earn another $2,500 at Miss California, where she was a Top 15 finalist. This year marks ten years since Alissa began her involvement with the Miss America Organization. Alissa began competing at 13-years-old, holding the titles of Miss Culver City's Outstanding Teen 2008, Miss Los Angeles County's Outstanding Teen 2009, Miss San Jose's Outstanding Teen 2010, Miss Golden Gate's Outstanding Teen 2011, and Miss Johnston County 2015 in North Carolina while she was completing her undergraduate degree at Duke University. Throughout her years as a titleholder, she has made over 200 appearances in her community, logged 1,500+ hours of community service, and earned over $10,000 in scholarships to continue her education. Her accolades include the Miss America Community Service Award, Miss America Quality of Life Award Top 5, Miss NC Interview Award, Miss CAOT Academic Achievement Award, Miss CAOT Preliminary Evening Gown and Onstage Question Award, Miss California Top 15, and the honor of being a three-time first runner-up to Miss California's Outstanding Teen. During her year as Miss Contra Costa County, Alissa will continue her advocacy for her platform, Alzheimer's Awareness, and will serve as a role model throughout Contra Costa County.

To book Alissa for an appearance, please email Paula Gross, Executive Director of the Miss Contra Costa County Scholarship Organization, at

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