Featured on Miss America Organization FB page where they shared my scholarship story: Andolyn Medina has been involved in the Miss America Organization for 8 years. In 2012, Andolyn served as Miss Virginia’s Outstanding Teen, where she earned a four-year tuition scholarship to Hollins University (although she graduated in three. )
Throughout her time in Miss America and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen, Andolyn’s scholarship assistance totals $137,300.
Beyond the classroom, Andolyn is a recently commissioned Naval Officer, and upon completion of her PsyD from George Washington University, she aspires to become a navy psychologist.
Now, Andolyn is a candidate for Miss District of Columbia 2021, promoting her social impact initiative: “Demand an End: Stop Child Exploitation Human Trafficking." Through her work with "Demand an End," Andolyn has worked and volunteered with national organizations such as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and National Center for Victims of Crime, as well as the Georgia-based national initiative Demand an End.
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