Madyson Taylor Davis
Miss Monroe County 2018
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Madyson Taylor Davis
Miss Monroe County 2018

Age: 21

Hometown: Lambertville

Parents:Tim and Kim Davis

Platform:"These Hands Don't Hurt"-Raising Awareness of Domestic Violence

Talent: Vocal Performance to "Being Alive"

Education: Central Michigan University - Senior, Graduate of Bedford High School

Scholastic/Career Ambition:
Obtain a Bachelor of Applied Arts Degree in Health Administration and Marketing

Scholastic Honors:
CMU Deans List Fall 2017. Honor Roll student all four years at Bedford High School. Earned the following scholarships: The Scottish Rites Scholarship, The Special Talent Scholarship at CMU, Lauren Yates Memorial Scholarship, The Bedford Community Foundation Scholarship, and the Bedford High School Choir Scholarship.

Leadership Roles:
Lunch Buddies Mentor. VP of Philanthropy for Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. Vice President and Fundraising Chair for Collegiate Health Administration Preparatory Society. BHS Drama Club President. BHS Choir President. Mr. GQ Core Group Committee

Cast as a lead role in a college-level musical, "A Chorus Line." Miss Monroe County 2016 and 2017 1st runner-up. Miss Lighthouse Coast 2nd runner-up. Sang National Anthem at events throughout the community. Sang/volunteered/walked at the Ovarian Cancer Society Walk, Race for a Cure and Relay for Life

Interesting Facts:
I have participated in more than 25 musicals. I have a rescue dog at home. I have volunteered with CHAMPS Camp which helps children cope with having an anticipated loss of a loved one with Cancer. I have donated 10 inches of my hair to Locks of Love. I have two double-jointed arms and two crooked pinky fingers.

How has the world you come from shaped your dreams and aspirations?
Growing up with a Mom as a nurse, I learned how important it is to care for other people. She started my passion for volunteering and helping local organizations. She has also been my inspiration to take a career in the medical field because I can show my passion for helping others.

Of all the ways you could succeed in your life, why have you chosen to succeed in the Miss Monroe County competition?
The Miss Monroe County Pageant provides a way for me to make a long-lasting change in my community. It is important to have a strong woman who fights for what she believes in and makes our community a better place. This organization will give me that opportunity.

What social issue, other than your platform, will have the greatest impact on your generation and why?
Educating and increasing awareness about mental illness, because one in five Americans are affected by mental health conditions.

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