Miss Alabama Katelyn Vinson, 22, graduated from Auburn University with a degree in business administration. She currently works as the director of admissions at Moondance Adventures, a travel company for teenagers. Vinson loves playing the piano and collecting antique vinyl records, according to her Miss USA bio. She dreams of becoming an artist and manager for a major record label one day. Miss Alaska Courtney Schuman, 28, currently works as a travel and tour director. She graduated from the University of Alaska, Anchorage, where she studied geology as well as environment and society. Schuman dreams of becoming a whitewater rafting guide and a tour host for the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival, according to her Miss USA bio. She loves trail running, backcountry skiing, rock climbing, and mountain biking. Miss Arizona Isabel Ticlo, 28, is studying to get her doctorate degree in physical therapy. She also works as a game-show host and freelance writer. Ticlo's dream is to open a private practice with pro bono services, according to her Miss USA bio. She has volunteered with the visually-impaired community for more than 10 years and once taught an adaptive cooking class. Miss Arkansas Rylie Wagner, 22, is currently studying apparel merchandising and product development at the University of Arkansas. Wagner plans on becoming a buyer for a major retailer and hopes to start her own sustainable fashion line one day, according to her Miss USA bio. Miss California Tiffany Johnson, 26, is a professional dancer, choreographer, and model. She has degrees in psychology and nutrition, as well as a cosmetology license. Johnson was a former dancer for the Los Angeles Clippers. She dreams of becoming a sports broadcaster and coach devoted to helping women heal from the inside out, according to her Miss USA bio. She has raised more than $250,000 for underprivileged athletes and once received the President Barack Obama Volunteer Award. Miss Colorado Alexis Glover, 22, currently works as a real-estate agent. She graduated from the University of Northern California with degrees in journalism and political science. According to her Miss USA bio, Glover is currently the top producing broker at her company and hopes to open her own brokerage one day. Glover's hobbies include thrift-store shopping and doing lip-sync battles with her friends. Miss Connecticut Cynthia Dias, 23, currently works as a senior HR generalist at the investment management firm Bridgewater Associates. She has a master's degree in psychology from the University of New Haven. Dias is a ballroom dancer and dreams of performing at the World ProAm Dancesport Series, according to her Miss USA bio. She also aspires to become a certified life coach and performance coach. Miss Delaware Grace Lange, 22, is currently a law student at the University of Pennsylvania. She graduated with a political science degree from Villanova University, where she was a Division I basketball player. Lange also works as a commercial model and has walked in New York Fashion Week, according to her Miss USA bio. She taught third grade during the pandemic and has played in the Little League World Series. Lange plans to use her legal career to advocate for women in athletic and educational leadership positions. Faith Porter, 23, currently works as a Broadway and entertainment manager. She graduated with a degree in arts and entertainment management from Pace University. According to her Miss USA bio, Porter founded an award-winning A Cappella group that has produced three Broadway singers and a Tony Award nominee. Porter has also co-produced a top gospel song and is credited in more than 10 Broadway playbills. Miss Florida Taylor Fulford, 28, currently works as an educator for the Seminole Tribe of Florida. She graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in elementary education. Fulford aspires to become a school board member so that she can prioritize and implement policies to ensure success for all students, according to her Miss USA bio. She started her own charitable pageant, Crowns for a Cure, and has raised more than $85,000 for various nonprofits. Miss Georgia Holly Haynes, 26, currently works as a branding and marketing professional as well as a model, singer, actress, and author, according to her Miss USA bio. She graduated with a degree in marketing from the University of Georgia. Haynes dreams of owning and operating a sustainable and socially-responsible fashion company that supports STEM education and philanthropic efforts. She has written two books about mental health and once sang the National Anthem at an Atlanta Braves game. Miss Hawaii Kiana Yamat, 28, works as a civil engineer. She graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a degree in civil and environmental engineering. Yamat wants to advocate for young women to confidently pursue careers in STEM and be a role model in the male-dominated construction and engineering industries, according to her Miss USA bio. Her hobbies include cliff diving, alpine skiing, scuba diving, and wrestling. Miss Idaho Jordana Dahmen, 27, currently works as a research coordinator for a private sector company focused on aging and disabled populations. She graduated from Washington State University with a degree in biology. Dahmen hopes to make a positive long-term impact on the STEM community by creating a scholarship organization, according to her Miss USA bio. Her hobbies include gardening and baking, and her fondest wish is for McDonald's to bring back its all-day breakfast menu. Miss Illinois Angel Reyes, 25, is currently the director of a spa and has hopes of owning her own medical aesthetics spa.Reyes was houseless in her life, and she thinks of herself as a survivor, according to her Miss USA bio. She hopes to use her platform to advocate for minorities who are part of underprivileged communities.Today, Miss Indiana Samantha Toney is a marketing specialist and entrepreneur, but the 27-year-old previously became an NFL cheerleader for the Indianapolis Colts just one year after she was nearly paralyzed.Toney's mother also died of cancer, and she uses her free time to photograph those who are sick with the disease.Miss Iowa Randi Estabrook, 25, was a collegiate softball player at Iowa State University, which she said was her biggest accomplishment after undergoing a major spinal surgery as a kid.Now, she hopes to become a pediatric physical therapist and open a pediatric yoga studio so she can help children who are in the same position she was in.Miss Kansas Elyse Noe, 23, studied journalism at the University of Kansas, and she hopes to become a sports news anchor.In her free time, Noe loves to bake, and she has even won first-place ribbons for her chocolate cake.Miss Kentucky Lizzy Neutz, 23, has aspirations to be an actress, but she is also a real-estate investor in short-term housing. According to her Miss USA bio, she bought a 12-unit apartment building when she was just 20 years old.She also loves extreme hiking, and she has reached the peaks of both Angel's Landing and Observation Point.Miss Louisiana KT Scannell, 22, graduated from Mississippi College, and she is currently in a master's program at Louisiana State University to become a master gardener.Scannell is also an avid beekeeper, and she hopes to become a chiropractor someday.Miss Maine Elizabeth Kervin, 20, is a student at Husson University studying biochemistry with the intention of becoming a trauma surgeon. According to her Miss USA bio, both of her parents work in the medical field, and they served as a huge source of inspiration for Kervin.Kervin has been volunteering with veteran programs in Maine for seven years, which is close to her heart because her father served in the army.Miss Maryland Caleigh Shade, 23, has a communications degree from Salisbury University, but her true passion is wine. She's a student at the Court of Master Sommeliers, and she intends to become one of the few women under 30 to pass the Master Sommelier exam in 2023.Shade is also a survivor of domestic abuse, and she prides herself on having gone to therapy for over two years for her own healing and so that she can help others.When Miss Massachusetts Skarlet Ramirez, 27, was 13, she immigrated from the Dominican Republic to the United States with her single father and didn't speak any English.She went on to get a degree in communication from Fitchburg State University, even going to speak to ESL students at a high school about her experiences. Ramirez hopes to grow her YouTube platform and develop a modeling career.Miss Michigan Aria Hutchinson, 23, graduated with a degree in neuroscience from the University of Michigan in 2021 and got accepted into the Wayne State School of Medicine for 2023. She also founded the nonprofit Project InPower, which supports victims of human trafficking and trauma through self-defense, meditation, and yoga classes.Hutchinson plans to open a dual medical practice someday that combines integrative medicine and yoga therapy.Madeline Helget, 24, had retired from pageant life when she decided to enter the Miss Minnesota pageant just 11 days before it took place.She ended up winning, and now the registered sonographer, who has a degree from St. Cloud Technical, is representing her state in the Miss USA pageant.Miss Mississippi Hailey White, 23, has a degree in marketing and a certificate of professional sales from the University of Southern Mississippi. She also has modeling and acting training from the John Robert Powers school.She graduated from college with no debt thanks to her work training and selling horses, and White is a wedding planner today. She hopes to own a wedding planning company and venue in the future.Miss Missouri Mikala McGhee, 28, is a sports anchor and news reporter with a bachelor's degree in communications from George Mason University and a master's degree in criminal justice, law, and administration from Florida Gulf Coast University.She also played Division I basketball for five years thanks to her degrees.Miss Montana Heather Lee O'Keefe, 25, is a recent graduate of NSU College of Law. She was the youngest member of her class, and she was awarded her school's peer-nominated community service award.O'Keefe also enjoys modeling, managing her Instagram-famous dog Fifi, and running her online boutique. Still, her main focus is helping others. She currently works to rescue horses in need and serves as a grief counselor for children via equine therapy.Miss Nebraska Natalie Pieper, 27, is well versed in political science. She previously held an internship with the Supreme Court, studied politics at Washington University in St. Louis, participated in an event with Barack Obama, and is now an attorney. She cites Ruth Bader Ginsburg as her favorite historical figure.Outside her studies, Pieper is a classically-trained ballet dancer. She also enjoys wake surfing and online shopping, and she hopes to create a venture-capital fund that invests in female-owned businesses.Miss Nevada Summer Keffeler, 20, is an aviation student who admires Amelia Earhart and hopes to become a commercial pilot. She grew up kickboxing and wake surfing, and was also a competitive cheerleader and dancer.More recently, Keffeler published a book about her experience of being bullied and has continued her passion for traveling by visiting global destinations including China.Miss New Hampshire Camila Sacco, 27, grew up in Paraguay. She later moved to the United States, became an American citizen, and is bilingual. She's passionate about improving food quality around the world and currently works as a nutritionist and health information management specialist.For fun, Sacco enjoys modeling, gardening, surfing, playing beach volleyball, and spending time with her dog, a husky named Luna.Alexandra Lakhman, 26, is a long-time competitor. She participated in the Miss New Jersey competition seven times before being crowned, all while studying at the Fashion Institute of Technology.When not on stage, she's often found baking, boxing, and serving as a full-time caretaker for her 20-year-old brother who has a muscle-weakening disease. She's also a first-generation Ukrainian-American and recently participated in a National Ukrainian Humanitarian Relief event.Miss New Mexico Suzanne Perez, 25, is a speech-language pathologist who is working towards opening her own rehabilitation center for adults and children. She often works on conducting early-intervention research, and once appeared on the Senate floor in the Philippines to advocate for disability rights and awareness. She plays multiple instruments and can cook traditional Filipino food, but she says her happiest moment was when she experienced body positivity for the first time after experiencing cyberbullying.Miss New York Heather Nunez, 26, graduated from John Jay College with a degree in criminal justice and cyber crime. She's trained in CPR and karate, and she has a goal to join the FBI in the future. Her career path was inspired by her experience leaving an abusive relationship with the help of law enforcement.Outside of work, Nunez enjoys meditating, writing poetry, and inspiring her younger sister.Miss North Carolina Morgan Romano, 24, is both a chemical engineer and a classically-trained ballerina. She studied the former while working two jobs, being in an honor society, and competing in pageants.In the future, Romano hopes to earn a Juris Doctor degree and become a patent attorney. But for now, she enjoys baking, meditating, and spending time with her rescue cats.SaNoah LaRcque, 25, is the first enrolled citizen of a tribal nation to win the Miss North Dakota title. She previously graduated from Harvard, was honored by Michelle Obama for her work advocating for native youth, and now works as a grant financial analyst.She was raised by her grandparents after facing abuse as a child, and she hopes to use her life experiences to help others. For fun, she does puzzles, cheerleading, and pow-wow dances. She also sews and plays golf. Miss Ohio Sir'Quora Carroll, 23, is a full-time model who hopes to open her own agency in the future. Growing up with eight siblings and an incarcerated father, Carroll also has a goal of establishing generational wealth for her family.She's a fan of journaling, voice acting, and cooking, and is often found traveling. She once visited Jamaica and worked as a volunteer teacher there. Then in 2018, she shaved her hair as a way to redefine beauty for herself.Miss Oklahoma Ashley Ehrhart, 25, is a community family advisor who graduated from Arkansas State University. She was a track athlete in college, and later became an NBA dancer for the Oklahoma City Thunder. She also hosts a podcast and knows how to fly a plane.In the future, Ehrhart hopes to earn a doctorate in sports psychology. She was previously awarded by Oklahoma government officials for her mental-health work in the state.Miss Oregon Arielle Freytag 28, is dedicated to finding a cure for cancer. She experienced the disease herself, and describes her happiest moment as the one when she was told you are cancer free.She now serves as a student pilot and a caretaker, and hopes to become a flight instructor in the future. For fun, Freytag often travels, plays golf, and attends awards shows.Miss Pennsylvania Billie LaRaé Owens, 26, is an aspiring broadcast journalist. She earned her bachelor's degree in broadcast and digital journalism from Syracuse University, after she was rejected from the program twice.Owens is continuing her career with the lifestyle brand Being Billie, and she mentors girls through her philanthropic endeavor HoopHers.Elaine Collado, 27, founded a nonprofit organization called Abba Hope, which aims to help families who are without homes in Rhode Island and Los Angeles. According to her Miss USA bio, Collado recently opened another chapter in the Dominican Republic. In addition to aiding homeless families, Collado wants to become an Emmy Award-winning actress and screenplay writer.Miss South Carolina Meera Bhonslé, 26, is a multimedia journalist who dreams of becoming an on-air personality and the host of a television show. She enjoys horseback riding, playing piano, cooking, and traveling. Bhonslé also serves as a literacy advocate, and while she already speaks five languages, she wrote that she likes to learn new ones as well. She hopes to help more people learn to read by increasing access to books through little free libraries.Miss South Dakota Shania Knutson, 21, is a small business owner, florist, and wedding associate. According to her Miss USA bio, she is working toward her goal of becoming a specialty florist and owning an event venue. While she's not planning weddings or studying floriculture, Knutson loves practicing hot yoga. She has her sights set on becoming a certified fitness instructor so she can teach yoga, cycling, barre, and other classes.Miss Tennessee Emily Suttle, 26, works as a registered dietitian and, according to her Miss USA Bio, dreams of becoming the Rachael Ray of dietitians while promoting body acceptance. After overcoming her own health issues and struggles around body image, Suttle says she finds joy in her current job offering advice to others. She hopes to travel to all seven continents and wants to get to Antarctica next as number four on the list. She likes that it will be challenging, and she loves penguins. Suttle also loves flower arranging and would like to open a flower shop after she retires.Miss Texas R'Bonney Gabriel, 28, graduated from the University of North Texas in 2018 with a degree in fashion design. She now works as a model as well as a designer for her eco-friendly clothing line. Gabriel said she designed and constructed her wardrobe for the 2022 Miss USA pageant. In addition to fashion design, Gabriel enjoys vintage thrift shopping, practicing yoga, sketching, and hula hooping.Miss Utah Elisabeth Bradley-Gandara, 28, is a classically-trained opera singer and performer who aspires to be a singer-songwriter and an actress. She wants to win a Grammy Award and an Academy Award in the same year. Bradley-Gandara's happiest moment was when she got Costco to donate more than 500 water bottles and gift cards for the kids' food drive put on by the Governor's Youth Commission and Youth Service America.Miss Vermont Kelsey Golonka, 23, works as a neonatal intensive care nurse. She hopes to grow her knowledge in the nursing field and help others who wish to do the same. According to her Miss USA bio, Golonka considers her proudest moment to be when she graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of North Carolina Wilmington after sustaining two traumatic brain injuries.Miss Virginia Kailee Horvath, 23, volunteers as a firefighter and an emergency medical technician, and she hopes to work in a pediatric emergency room as a registered nurse. In addition to being a role model for other women who want to work in the fire service sector, Horvath enjoys hiking in Shenandoah National Park, indoor cycling, and learning Star Wars trivia.Miss Washington Mazzy Eckel, 22, is a publicist who dreams of influencing the nation as a social media and marketing consultant. Eckel hosts a talk show, teaches group fitness classes, and enjoys learning about American Sign Language. She studied politics in London and worked on a political campaign for James Donaldson.Miss West Virginia Krystian Leonard, 26, is a grant writer and entrepreneur with her own nonprofit foundation, Shining S.C.A.R.S., which she says aims to create a world where physical and emotional scars are celebrated rather than stigmatized. According to her Miss USA bio, Leonard's proudest moment was receiving The Diana Award for her nonprofit work.She also enjoys golfing, hunting, painting, and acting, and she studied broadcast journalism at West Virginia University.Miss Wisconsin Hollis Brown, 26, hosts her own podcast titled Outnumbered, which reaches listeners in more than 20 countries around the world. She's also partnered with the Milwaukee Bucks to raise awareness for sexual assault.She enjoys podcasting, hot yoga, kickboxing, and solving escape rooms.Miss Wyoming Morgan McNally, 26, is a marketing specialist who plays the trumpet and raises animals in her spare time. With a passion for agriculture, she also uses her own garden to grow food that she then donates to members of her community. McNally wants to help others access nutritious foods through agricultural education.