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Miss Arizona USA and Teen USA profiles

Your ultimate Miss USA state pageant resource

Consider this your in-depth guide on all Miss Arizona USA and Miss Arizona 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 Arizona USA

  • 2010 – Brittany Bell, 22, of Chandler, a former dancer for the Phoenix Suns and who later represented Guam at Miss Universe 2014.  She now has three children with Nick Cannon.
  • 2011 – Brittany Brannon, 22, of Paradise Valley, who won Arizona’s second Miss Photogenic award, their first since 1980.
  • 2012 – Erika Frantzve, 23, of Scottsdale, a former NCAA Women’s Basketball Athlete for Regis University who is married to Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point Church.
  • 2013 – Rachel Massie, 20, of Paradise Valley, a model and certified laser technician who was pursuing a business degree.
  • 2014 – Jordan Wessel, 20, of Ahwatukee.  After battling a serious health condition, she became an advocate for fitness and nutrition.
  • 2015 – Maureen Montagne, 22, of Chandler, who went on to win the Miss Globe international title representing the Philippines.
  • 2016 – Chelsea Myers, 20, of Tempe, who studied Fashion Merchandising and has worked as a model.
  • 2017 – Tommy Lynn Calhoun, 26, the first Tucson resident to win in 20 years.
  • 2018 – Nicole Smith, 24, of Phoenix, a makeup artist and photographer who has remained very close to her Miss Arizona USA family as a volunteer and supporter.
  • 2019 – ​Savannah Wix, 22, of Paradise Valley, a graduate of Pepperdine University and ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.
  • 2020 – Yesenia Vidales, 24, of Phoenix, the daughter of Mexican immigrant parents who enjoys hiking, kickboxing and dancing.
  • 2021 – Cassidy Jacks, 27, of Phoenix, a recent a cast member on Farmer Wants A Wife.
  • 2022 – Isabel Ticlo, 28, of Phoenix is Miss Arizona USA 2022, a Doctor of Physical Therapy student and former Miss Arizona.
  • 2023 – Candace Kanavel, 27, of Tempe is Miss AZ USA 2023, the first policewoman to compete at Miss USA.

Miss Arizona Teen USA

  • 2010 – Tori Vance, 18, of Ahwatukee.
  • 2011 – Molly Argue, 17, of Paradise Valley, a rising freshman at Pepperdine University during her reign, whose younger sister Olivia won the same title two years later.
  • 2012 – Alexa Zellers, 17, of Scottsdale, who attended Lindenwood University utilising her titleholder scholarship and was a member of the Lindenwood Lionettes dance team.
  • 2013 – Olivia Argue, 17, of Scottsdale, who, like her sister, went on to attend Pepperdine University in Los Angeles.
  • 2014 – Savannah Wix, 17, of Paradise Valley, a junior at Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix who created HeartStrings, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting music therapy for children.
  • 2015 – Neda Danilovic, 17, of Phoenix, a proud Serbian-American, involved in Serbian culture and traditions with her family.
  • 2016 – Tristany Hightower, 17, of Scottsdale, who has gone on to qualify as a Doctor of Occupational Therapy.
  • 2017 – Karly Riggs, 17, of Scottsdale, a fraternal twin who combined her love of sports and children by volunteering at The Miracle League of Arizona, helping children with disabilities play baseball.
  • 2018 – Macy Deak, 16, of Scottsdale, who was passionate about improving the representation of women in the media and also about heart health awareness.
  • 2019 – Jordan Waller, 17, of Peoria, who was was signed with the Ford RBA modelling agency in Arizona and EMG New York.
  • 2020 – Molly Schwanz​, 19, of Scottsdale, a freshman at ASU during her reign and a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. After a medical scare she became passionate about supporting children at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
  • 2021 – McKenzi Lindhag, 17, of Peoria, who started studying nursing at Arizona State University during her reign.
  • 2022 – MayaDenise Gaskin, 19, of Tucson, who grew up in California’s Bay Area and moved to Tucson to attend the University of Arizona’s School of Journalism.
  • 2023 – Peyton Stuewe, 18, of Goodyear, a former Miss Junior High School America who is a freshman at Grand Canyon University.

Miss Arizona Teen USA 2014 Savannah Wix went on to win Miss Arizona USA 2019.