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2021 Miss Oregon Teen Contestants

Alayna Bevis

Alayna Bevis

Nixyaawii
Alayna would like to be a radiologist once she gets older and attend college after she graduates from high school. She would also like to be a surgeon if she doesn’t want to be a radiologist if that doesn’t suit her personality. Once she starts to pursue her dream job, she will have a nice house for her family and friends to visit her and a nice car to drive herself to work and back.
Amanda Bishop

Amanda Bishop

Portland
Amanda is an 18-year-old freshman at Southern Oregon University studying political science. She is recognized in her community for her work with the Portland Rotary educating youth on the dangers of human trafficking. Her passion for justice doesn’t stop there; she is currently pursuing a career as a human rights attorney with hopes of serving on the supreme court. For now, you can find her on the field performing as a collegiate cheerleader.
Amanda Lloyd

Amanda Lloyd

Lane County
Amanda is 14 years old. This is her first time being involved in a pageant. She does 4-H with swine exhibiting the animal in market and showmanship.  Amanda loves animals and wants to raise awareness regarding animal abuse in homes and the streets. One of Amanda’s dreams is to be to become a veterinarian. Amanda is competing in the pageant to improve her communication skills, public speaking and self-confidence.
Amulya Chava

Amulya Chava

Klamath Falls
Amulya, 18, is a college freshman majoring in political science. She hopes to attend law school one day in order to achieve her dream of being a civil rights attorney. Amulya was the founding president of her high school’s Wounded Warrior Project chapter and has been continuing her work of advocating for our veterans. In her free time, she loves to bake and read historical fiction!
Grace Ann Davis

Grace Ann Davis

Tigard
Grace Ann is a senior at Tigard High School. She’s a varsity cheerleader, member of NSRC, and tap dancer. This 17-year-old, plans to one day become a human rights attorney. She created her social movement, #iamenough, promoting body positivity, acceptance of all bodies regardless of their physical abilities, size, race and gender and encourage self-love. Grace Ann would describe herself in three words as dedicated, confident, and accepting.
Jasmyn Carlton

Jasmyn Carlton

Eugene
Jasmyn, 17, is a Junior at Willamette High School and plans to continue working hard to stay on track for graduating early. Jasmyn plans on moving to Central Oregon after she graduates and taking a gap year before starting school at COCC, where she will take her prerequisites for her degree as a Registered Nurse. She enjoys all outdoor activities, such as, mountain biking, and fishing. She also enjoys posing for pictures and bonfires.
Kennedy Hjelte

Kennedy Hjelte

South Eugene
Kennedy is an eighteen-year-old freshman studying Psychology and Criminology at the University of Oregon. In addition, she enjoys acting, singing, and using art to bring joy to others. Kennedy is a passionate youth advocate for the Colorectal Cancer Alliance and has raised over $2,800 for early onset cancer research. She has educated families across the country on the importance of early screening. After graduating, Kennedy aspires to become a special agent in the FBI.
Lillian Boothe

Lillian Boothe

Columbia County
Lilly is a Senior at Clatskanie High School. She is highly involved with her school elected ASB Vice President, a three-sport athlete and member of the two-time State Champion Girls Basketball team. She passionately serves in her small, rural community at events and fundraisers for local causes. Her platform,“No More Stolen Sisters” hits close to home as a member of the Quinault Indian Nation. Her career ambition is in the fashion industry.
Megan Kindle

Megan Kindle

Tualatin
Megan Kindle is an 18-year-old freshman attending the University of Oregon where she plans to major in sports marketing with a minor in sustainability.  Megan is active in her community, volunteering with the Kind Is Better campaign which helps better understand and positively support kids’ mental health.  Born and raised in the Northwest, Megan loves the outdoors.  In her spare time, you can find her enjoying our beautiful state while skiing, golfing and hiking.
Mikaela Ochocki

Mikaela Ochocki

Multnomah County
Mikaela is an 18-year-old college student at Portland Community College, getting her general education courses completed before auditioning for Musical Theatre college programs for the fall of 2021. Within her communities, Mikaela has always been passionate about speaking up for what is right from founding equity teams in her middle and high schools to advocating for social justice among her peers. You can always find Mikaela trying to better herself as an ally.
Mira Batti

Mira Batti

Corvallis
Mira is a 16-year-old Freshman at OSU with a major in sociology and the goal of entering the CIA. She is an avid volunteer in her city and as a member of the teen LGBT community. Mira advocates for homeless youth and programs, such as, It’s On Us- which feeds the hungry. She also enjoys a cup of tea while she writes her soon to be published books.
Selina Kourgiantakis

Selina Kourgiantakis

Columbia River
Selina, 15, is an accomplished teenager. When she was only two, she started playing the piano and has since been very active in the music industry. Selina used her talent to give back to the community by performing for a charity of her choice, Autism Society of Oregon, and other local community events like Christmas concerts at the Pittock Mansion. Selina is an honor student. Selina would like to complete a Political Law degree at Harvard.