Jeanne Schroeder - Miss Kansas 2002
Friends University - Bachelors Degree in Vocal Performance
University of Kentucky - First year Master’s Degree student in Vocal Performance
Do free-lance performing and become a self-defense instructor.
During her year of service, Jeanne Anne’s goal is to increase public awareness and encourage participation in quality self-defense classes. Utilizing resources from the (AWSDA) American Women’s Self-Defense Association, which is an international organization that is dedicated to furthering women’s awareness of self-defense and rape prevention, she will promote “Practical Self-Defense” through educating the public on its benefits.
According to the FBI, a woman is raped every two minutes in America, and 1 in 3 women will be assaulted in her lifetime. As a result, Jeanne Anne is convinced that every woman should learn how to use her body as a means of defense. No one expects to be attacked; therefore, one must be aware and have a plan of action.
BACKGROUND AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- Member of National Music Organization - Mu Phi Epsilon and Alpha Chi National Honor Society
- President’s or Dean’s Honor Roll every semester at Friends University
- Graduated with honors from Friends University
- 1999-2000 recipient of Dr. David Weber Endowed Vocal Scholarship
- Recipient of academic out-of-state tuition waiver to attend University of Kentucky
- Margene Savage Memorial Award for outstanding vocalist, Miss Kansas 2002
- Finalist Interview Award, Miss Kansas 2002
- 1st runner-up to Miss Kansas 2001, 3rd runner-up to Miss Kansas 2000
- 2nd place Tara Dawn Holland Community Service Award 2001
- Preliminary talent winner at Miss Kansas 2002, 2001 and 2000
- Preliminary lifestyle and fitness winner at Miss Kansas 2002 and 2000
- Preliminary on-stage knowledge winner at Miss Kansas 2002
- Voted by contestants as Most-Inspirational at Miss Kansas 1998
- One of four finalists for Greater Wichita Female Athlete of the Year - 1998
- Voted MVP and Most-Inspirational for Friends University tennis and 2nd team All-KCAC 1998
- 2nd place at NATS (2000), 3rd place (1997), 4th place (1998)