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Miss California has been a prominent symbol of our state’s pop-culture for more than 90 years, and is a representation of contemporary, scholastically-driven, well informed young women everywhere. She is a national spokesperson and advocate who travels the country addressing diverse audiences, increasing awareness and promoting her chosen platform as well as the Children’s Miracle Network. She is an active part of the California community, with an aptitude to engage with various organizations and causes. Her interests afford her the opportunity to attend, host, and present at events throughout the state.

The 94th Miss California is MacKenzie Freed. In the months since her crowning in June, she has had the opportunity to represent the Miss California Organization at various events throughout the state. In September, she will compete to become Miss America in the new, groundbreaking Miss America 2.0. Freed is a summa cum laude graduate of California Baptist University where she earned a degree in Philosophy and Communication Studies. As Miss California, she will continue to promote her social impact initiative, “From Classroom to Boardroom: Overcoming Workplace Bias”, advocate for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals as the Goodwill Ambassador for the state of California, and act as the spokeswoman for a number of the organization’s sponsors. Freed actively works to educate children and young women about how to push beyond obstacles they may encounter in the workplace to create pathways to success. After completing her year of service, she will attend law school to obtain her J.D. specializing in gender discrimination and sexual harassment law.

Booking Miss California puts a spotlight on your event, gaining media exposure and public relations benefits for your organization as well as an affiliation with an iconic American brand that is rich in history and social significance. The Miss America Organization is a not-for-profit organization that has maintained a tradition of empowering American women to achieve their personal and professional goals, while providing a forum in which to express their opinions, talent and intelligence.