A native of Fruita, Chloe Zambrano was crowned Miss Colorado Teen USA on 29 October 2017 and represented Colorado at the Miss Teen USA 2018 pageant in Shreveport, Louisiana. She is only the second Coloradan to make the top five at Miss Teen USA. Chloe i a huge fan of volunteer and charity work. “I’ve always been a giver. I love putting smiles on people’s faces and leaving a positive impact wherever I go”.
Chloe Dru Zambrano is a 17-year-old junior at Fruita Monument High School in Fruita, Colorado. Following her high school graduation, she dreams of becoming an ABA therapist.
“Being named Miss Colorado Teen USA 2018 has been a dream of mine, since the day I could remember.” She states, “growing up I have always watched all the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants hoping one day I could become the next Miss Teen USA.” She then says, “I have the goal to change women’s perspectives on how they view themselves and each other. I want people to be more confident in who they are, and to have others support that. I want to be the one to walk away next year and have changed the world.”
When she has some down time, Chloe loves to dance, swim, workout, hike, and hangout with her family. She loves to laugh, and watch comedy movies. She was also voted ‘Most Likely To Make Everyone Laugh’ by her poms team two years in a row!
While loving her down time, Chloe is also a huge fan of volunteer and charity work. “I’ve always been a giver. I love putting smiles on people’s faces and leaving a positive impact wherever I go. Some of my favorite charities are challenger baseball, autism movement therapy, and working in the soup kitchen to feed the homeless.” Her favorite charity would have to be challenger baseball as she loves the smile that comes to the kids’ faces after leaving the game.
This year, Chloe has ideas that she hopes will not only make an impact and change in her community, but in the whole state of Colorado. She wants to see more all around confidence and positive attitudes shared by everyone. Due to the loss of students in her community from suicide; she wants to be the one to find a way to end all negativity and sadness and put a stop to suicide.
“I’m so grateful for this opportunity, and I want to be the best role model I can be and represent the state of Colorado to the best of my ability.”