Tiffany Rea Miss United States - 2020

Miss United States - 2020

Tiffany Rea

Pageantry has been a part of Tiffany Rea’s life for the past 14 years and it has played a huge role in her development as an individual. Her passion is to serve others. Because of her work in pageantry, she has served over 1,400 hours of community service and has developed her own platform that promotes volunteerism through mentorship. Tiffany has received local, state, and national awards for her service, including two Gold Status President's Volunteer Service awards. 

In addition to her service work, Tiffany is a full-time, online student with Liberty University and is working towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice - Crime Scene Investigation, with a minor in Psychology. Working in the Criminal Justice field has been a long-time dream of Tiffany's, as she hopes to work for the FBI one day. Her dream is to work in investigation and as a Victim Specialist. She has recently become an advocate for Human Trafficking and decided to become a volunteer with Operation Underground Railroad, which is an organization that fights to end modern day childhood slavery. 

When Tiffany is not working, studying, or competing in pageants she enjoys taking time to indulge in her favorite hobbies, such as cooking, baking, collecting vintage cookbooks, being outdoors, listening to crime podcasts and watching crime documentaries. She also enjoys going to Disneyland and playing with her rescued dog, Macie. Tiffany also comes from a large family where she is the youngest, and only girl, of five siblings. 

As Miss United States 2020, Tiffany plans on making the most of her year by volunteering in any way that she can. During the national pageant, Tiffany promised the judges that she would do the work throughout the year and work toward increasing volunteer and mentor participation.

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