Miss Keepers of the Crown

Jeanne Schroeder 2002Jeanne Schroeder - Miss Kansas 2002

EDUCATION:
Friends University - Bachelors Degree in Vocal Performance
University of Kentucky - First year Master’s Degree student in Vocal Performance

CAREER AMBITION:
Do free-lance performing and become a self-defense instructor.

PLATFORM:
Practical Self-Defense

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)

 

FUTURE MISS KANSAS COMPETITION FINALS


Miss Kansas
June 11, 2022
Dennis Lesh Sports Arena

Pratt Community College in Pratt, KS


Miss Kansas' Outstanding Teen
March 25-27, 2022
Liberty Middle School in Pratt, KS