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Miss Alaska USA and Teen USA profiles

Your ultimate Miss USA state pageant resource

Consider this your in-depth guide on all Miss Alaska USA and Miss Alaska Teen USA titleholders since 2010. Pageant Update’s titleholder profiles are full of state pageant, professional and appearance photos of each titleholder, as well as their national pageant photos and more.

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Miss Alaska USA

  • 2010 – Sarah Temple, 21, of Eagle River, whose sister Veronica won Miss Alaska Teen USA 2012.  Similar to her own upbringing, Sarah is now a mum with her own large family and works as a real estate agent.
  • 2011 – Jessica Chuckran, 23, of Anchorage, who has gone on to compete in IFBB Bikini Pro competitions.
  • 2012 – Jessica Kazmierczak, 22, of Salcha, who twice competed in cross-country skiing at the Junior Olympics and later married Olympic cross-country skiier Reese Hanneman.
  • 2013 – Lissa McKinney, 26, of Anchorage.  Before winning Miss AK USA she had been to 5 continents, advocating for health and education for those less fortunate in over 15 countries.
  • 2014 – Kendall Bautista, 21, of Eagle River, who started the first Alaska chapter of the “Queen for a Day” Foundation. She went on to win Miss Alaska 2016 and compete at Miss America.
  • 2015 – Kimberly Agron, 20, of ​Anchorage, the first Miss Alaska Teen USA to compete at Miss USA over a decade and Alaska’s first Miss Congeniality since 1982.
  • 2016 – Ariane Audett, 21, of Anchorage, who studied biomedical science at the University of Alaska.
  • 2017 – ​Alyssa London, 27, of ​Anchorage, the first woman of Tlingit Alaska Native/American Indian heritage to be crowned Miss Alaska USA and the first Alaskan to make the cut at Miss USA since 1990.
  • 2018 – Brooke Johnson, 25, of ​Anchorage, who has a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Cinema Arts and was the first woman to work as a photojournalist at Coastal Television.
  • 2019 – ​​JoEllen Walters, 25, of Eagle River, who had a long-time platform of Proper Disposal of Prescription Medication geared toward the prevention of opioid abuse and environmental safety
  • 2020 – Hannah Carlile, 24, of ​Fairbanks, who has a Masters degree in international education policy and works as a consultant and a second grade teacher.
  • 2021 – Madison Edwards, 25, of ​Anchorage, who is a passionate cheerleading coach for Alaska Athletics..
  • 2022 – Courtney Schuman, 28, of Anchorage, an advocate for community-focussed engagement through her programme Local to Global.
  • 2023 – Jordan Naylor, 26, of Anchorage, a marketing professional who spent her college years coordinating D1 and D2 games.

Miss Alaska Teen USA

  • 2010 – Kali Scott, 17, of Anchorage.  Being Miss Alaska Teen USA gave her the opportunity to be a good role model, and partake in many charitable events, while making friends along the way.
  • 2011 – Denali Whiting, 19, of Kotzebue, the first and is so far the only Teen titleholder from the Artic Circle. She graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2014 with a degree in Alaska Native Studies.
  • 2012 – Veronica Temple, 18, of Eagle River, a talented Irish Dancer and guitarist.  Raised in a large family, her sister Sarah was Miss Alaska USA 2010.
  • 2013 – Kimberly Agron, 18, of Anchorage, who graduated from high school early and was attending college during her reign. Kimberly enjoys the pageant stage and the outdoors, fishing, camping, and hiking.
  • 2014 – Whitney Williams, 18, of Anchorage, a talented tennis player who later went on to play for Abilene Christian University in Texas.
  • 2015 – Katelyn Cusack, 18, of ​Anchorage, who loved to explore the beautiful lands of Alaska by fishing, hiking, camping, skiing and snow machining.
  • 2016 – Nneamaka Isolokwu, 18, of ​Anchorage, who grew up in a mix of American and Nigerian culture as the daughter of Nigerian immigrants.
  • 2017 – Tana Bartels, 19, the first Teen titleholder from Fairbanks in 25 years. She was studying for a degree in business management at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and was actively involved with her family’s coffee business.
  • 2018 – McKinley Wooten, 17, of ​Wasilla, who hoped to use her title to be a role model to young girls and an advocate for children with special needs.
  • 2019 – Meghan Scott, 17, of Eagle River, who challenged her state and those around her to see people with life obstacles as “Able, Not Disable”, in honour of her brother Myles.
  • 2020 – Jadyn Fraser, 19, of ​Fairbanks, who chose not to let suffering from rheumatoid arthritis get her down, as she loves sports and volunteering in her community.
  • 2021 – Ellie Smith, 19, of Anchorage, the daughter of Miss Alaska Teen USA 1998 Sarah Smith.
  • 2022 – Madison Hines, 17, of Eagle River, a cheerleader at Chugiak High School and a black belt in karate.
  • 2023 – Star Hunter, 16, of Anchorage, who advocates and contributes to children and their families who struggle with food insecurity all around Alaska.

Miss Alaska Teen USA 2013 Kimberly Agron went on to win Miss Alaska USA 2015