2012 Miss Titleholders

Hannah Langley 2012Platform: Recycle Life: Organ Donation
Talent: Jazz Dance
Age: 20
Parents:  Julia & Michael Langley
Hometown:  Winfield
School:  Oklahoma State University

Awards:
2nd Runner Up:  $1250.00

Scholastic/Career Ambition:       
Obtain a Doctorate as a Radiological Physician

Scholastic Honors: 
Oklahoma State University Dean’s List of Distinguished Students; Member of Alpha Zeta Honors Fraternity; Member of Phi Eta Sigma Honors Fraternity; Member of the National Society for Collegiate Scholars; Member of Sigma Alpha Lambda; Oklahoma State University College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources Scholarship Recipient; Oklahoma State University Scholarship Recipient; Salutatorian of Winfield High School Class of 2010; Kansas Regents Scholar; Kansas Honors Scholar; Wichita State University Presidential Scholar; National Honor Society member

Leadership Roles: 
Committee Member for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Dance Marathon at Oklahoma State University; “Team Queens” organizer for the William Newton Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Gingerbread House Fundraiser; Stillwater’s Harvest Carnival Committee Chair; President of Cowley County 4-H Ambassadors; Treasurer of Tisdale 4-H club; Secretary of Cowley County Junior Leaders; Cowley County 4-H Junior Leaders Representative; “Stuff the Bus” Coordinator

Accomplishments:
Committee Member of the 1st Annual CMNH Dance Marathon at Oklahoma State University which raised over $37,000; Recipient of the Debbie Bryant Stage Presence Award at the 2011 Miss Kansas Pageant; Toastmasters Award Recipient; Inducted into Pi Beta Phi sorority; Selected as Freshmen Follies and Varsity Revue Competition group member; Recipient of the Kansas 4-H Key Award

Interesting Facts: 
I showed pigs in 4-H growing up; I am an only child; I cannot ride a bicycle; I am an accomplished competitive dancer and artistic roller skater; my favorite color is pink; I love bling and rhinestones!

Employment:
Patient Coordinator at Grene Vision Group:  Dr. Gail Burden

Why I should be Miss Kansas:
Through a selfless act of a stranger, I personally saw the impact of a donated heart to my close friend.  Donate Life America’s campaign currently is “20 Million Donors for 2012,” and I believe Kansas could make an impact on that goal.  Receiving the job of Miss Kansas would give me a larger sphere of influence in which I could tell my friend’s miraculous story, promote my platform of Recycle Life: Organ Donation, and continue my service work in a broader capacity.  In addition to my service work for CMNH and local organizations, I would welcome the opportunity to work with Numana, helping to provide food for undernourished communities.  The job of Miss Kansas requires a woman with an affable but driven personality.  I know that I possess unique qualities that will make a positive impact in the Miss Kansas Organization.  I also believe I can make a vital difference in the lives of people with whom I come into contact with.  And, given the opportunity, I can be the one to compel someone to place the little red heart on their driver’s license, or their name on the organ donor registry.

FUTURE MISS KANSAS COMPETITION FINALS

Miss & Teen Competition Dates postponed to
June 12, 2021

Pratt Community College in Pratt, KS
Miss Kansas - Dennis Lesh Sports Arena
Miss Kansas' Outstanding Teen - Carpenter Auditorium