Dancer. Speaker. Advocate. Teacher.
Rachel Latuff, Miss Minnesota 2015 is a multifaceted state titleholder who knew how to remain true to herself in order to make her way to Miss America. That’s why she chose to perform a ribbon dance for her Talent in Atlantic City.
As an advocate for the #BluePinky campaign, Rachel spoke to thousands of students, reminding them to stand up and stop bullying. It’s always inspiring to see how titleholders affect students during their year – and seeing so many folks post photos of their “blue pinky” on social media was evidence of Rachel’s impact.
And as an Art Teacher in rural Minnesota, Rachel challenged her students to pursue their dreams – regardless of whatever shape or form they come in.
During Rachel’s podcast, she shared very openly about what it’s like to do everything you can to reach a goal, only to fall short (catch the whole thing here). Despite her disappointment, Rachel went on to show everyone in Minnesota that your placement at Miss America has NOTHING to do with how well your state will remember your year of service! And that’s a great reminder to all titleholders within the Miss America system 🙂
Junkies wish Rachel and her fiancee all the best as they prepare their new life together! We know great things are ahead in your future – and we can’t wait to see how you continue to influence young minds in positive, artistic ways for years to come!
And now, who do we think has the best chance to be named Miss Minnesota 2016?
You can find out who our we’ve picked to make the Top 5 at Miss Minnesota when you become a Premium Junkie. Learn more at this link here…
Otherwise – Having been to the Miss Minnesota pageant, we know there’s quite a competition in that state this year! It’s going to be a fight to the finish – and we want to wish ALL the contestants GOOD LUCK!!!
Don’t forget ladies – If we say your name, we hope you prove us right! And if we don’t say your name, WE HOPE YOU PROVE US WRONG!
Can’t wait to see who becomes Miss Minnesota 2016!!!