Miss Delaware Teen USA 2010 Ashley DiLiberto was a freshman pre-dental student at the University of South Carolina during her reign. She later changed direction and earned her J.D. cum laude from Delaware Law School at Widener University in 2016. She is now a personal injury lawyer in Philadelphia, spearheading her company’s Mass Tort Litigation Team.
Miss Delaware Teen USA 2010 Ashley DiLiberto is a freshman, pre-dental student at the University of South Carolina. Ashley is in the Public Health program, the Pre-Dental Club, and Alpha Epsilon Delta – the pre-professional honor society. Ashley is very involved on campus. She is currently training to be a Peer Health Educator, where she will provide health screenings as well as general educational information to students and faculty on health and wellness topics. Additionally, Ashley is a founding member of Phi Mu Sorority and is active in the Fraternity Relations Council. Phi Mu’s national philanthropy is the Children’s Miracle Network, an international non-profit organization that raises funds for children’s hospitals , medical research, and community awareness of children’s health issues.
Ashley has always been a big dreamer and a hard worker. Aside from her work ethic, her amazing family inspires her to succeed. She is endlessly thankful for her supportive and encouraging parents, Rick and Faith DiLiberto, and her best friends (her sisters), Mandy and Aria. Her favorite place in the world is Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, where she has spent every summer since she was a little girl. Her pick-me-ups include a visit to the beach, a warm cup of coffee, and a nice long run.Ashley’s passions include volunteering, learning new things, running, dancing, exercising, and traveling. At Ursuline Academy in Wilmington, Delaware, she was a member of the National Honor Society and a recipient of the Serviam Award, for outstanding service. She believes in reaching out to others. In high school, Ashley provided over 200 hours of volunteer service. She was captain of the Varsity Winter and Spring Track teams at Ursuline Academy. Her hard work and endless practice paid off when she became the Women’s Division II Delaware State Champion in 100m dash in 2005 and the Long Jump in 2008. When she wasn’t running, she was dancing. She studied dance for over 12 years, including ballet, pointe, lyrical, modern, jazz, and hip-hop. She enjoyed it all, from national competitions to ballet classes in New York City.
The on-stage moments, the tension of the final two and the glory of the crowning, here are Ashley’s state pageant photos.
Winning a state title is a sisterhood for life. Here are Ashley’s “after the crown” photos.