Being the youngest of four children, Amanda knew it was going to take a lot of hard work and determination to accomplish her goals. At the age of five she followed in her sister’s footsteps and competed in her first pageant, that is when she knew someday she wanted to become Miss Rodeo America. After holding many titles she was proud to be able to represent her hometown of Jurupa Valley at the 2018 Miss Rodeo California Pageant in October 2017.
She has been honored to be added to the list of so many accomplished women that she grew up looking up to. Amanda says “This past year has been a once in a lifetime experience, from traveling, reconnecting with previous queens, promoting rodeo and making memories that will last a lifetime. The best is yet to come and I can’t wait to represent the Golden State at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant.”
Being a rodeo ambassador and sharing the cowboy lifestyle has led Amanda to pursue a future in agriculture. She will put to use the scholarship she receives from the Miss Rodeo California Pageant after her rodeo queen journey has come to an end.
At age 22, Amanda is excited to continue to fulfill her goals.
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