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Allison Dae


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Allison Dae is Miss Jr America Jr Teen 2017!

I am freshman at Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School and The Center For Performing and Fine Arts. This year I am honored to be the President of The National Junior Honor Society. I am very active in numerous charity organizations. I have been Team Captain for Relay for Life the past two years helping to raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society. I was born on my great grandmother’s Birthday who is 98 and a cancer survivor!

I have a passion for acting and have been in numerous commercials, short films, music videos and on TV. I travel between NY and LA to pursue my acting. I am managed by Gem Entertainment Group & B2B Management. I am signed with, Mavrick Artists Agency (commercial and voice over) and Artist Talent LA (theatrical). I am a Barbizon graduate. In my spare time I enjoy photography, dance, makeup artistry and teaching myself how to play the ukulele. Of course, as most teenagers do, I also love to shop.

My Platform is “Being Different Can Make A Difference” I was diagnosed with systemic JRA and double scoliosis at a young age. These challenges helped me learn to overcome obstacles and fight for what I want to accomplish in life. I feel that if more teenagers would embrace what makes them different instead of trying always fit in, my generation could accomplish great things.

I am honored and excited to be Miss Jr. America Jr. Teen 2017. I was crowned November 26, 2016. I am so excited for this year!

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    August 28, 2001

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Pageant Platform

My platform is “Being Different Can Make A Difference.” I feel that too many young people try to conform and live up to society standards. With the pressure of social media and celebrity influences it is hard not to get wrapped up on trying to be something you are not. I was diagnosed with Juvieniel Rhumaoid Arthritis at an early age. This presented many physical and emotional challenges in my life. It also taught me one of the most valuable lessons. That lesson is being different is ok and learning to overcome obstacles helps define who you are. I have been raising money to start my own charity to bring awareness to this disease and hopefully help find a cure. I also have double scholisis something that many would think may prevent me from participating in pageantry. I don’t worry about how crooked I may look, I focus on showcasing the good teens can do in this world. I strongly feel that if each of us embraced what makes us different and continue to show the world that it’s the differences that make us all unique and special we could break down the stereotypes that can be so damaging to the confidence of young people.