The Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Organization revealed today the panel of national judges for the 2014 MAOTeen Competition. The panel that will determine the successor to the crown includes a former Miss America; a director of dance; an American Idol finalist; a jazz vocalist; a writer, producer and recording artist; and an entertainment management developer and skin care expert.
The panel will score the contestants’ performance in categories such as a Personal Interview, Lifestyle and Fitness, Evening Wear and On-Stage Question and Talent. Preliminary competitions will be held July 29th through July 31st at the Linda Chapin Theater in Orlando, Florida. On Saturday, August 2nd, our panel of judges will narrow the field to just one as the final night of competition culminates in the naming of Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2015.
Accomplished in their respective fields, these national judges are experts in areas where today’s young women excel. They exude intelligence, leadership, talent and dedication to community service.
Philadelphia, among many others. She released her debut album, Jerome Kern-Lost Treasures in 2000 to much acclaim in Billboard Magazine, and is currently recording a jazz album. As a participant in the International Association of Jazz Educators in New York, Anne premiered jazz great Randy Brecker’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Into the Sun.” Anne was recently the keynote speaker to more than 600 high school students on the subject of “Careers in the Arts.” She has presented a Vocal Master Class for GRAMMY Career Day for “GRAMMY in the Schools,” sponsored by the Philadelphia Chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, of which she is a member of the Board of Governors.