Angel Lynn is a 16 year old Sophomore and with an amazing heart of gold. Angel has never met a stranger and her outgoing personality shines whether you’ve known her for years or minutes. Her heart is her guide and it enables her to connect to many people. Her “Angel-isms” bring joy and relatability! This petite homeschooled beauty is a member of the National Honor Society and has a 99.8 percent grade point average and finished top in her class.
Angel Lynn has over 700 hours of community service and is intent to promote her platform, Hands of Hope. She created this program after her grandfather was diagnosed with lung cancer two years ago. Her intends to "Inspire, Educate and Fundraise" for cancer victims across the country. In which she has raised over $5500 in cash and has donation over 2000 items to the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge in Birmingham this year alone. She single handedly held and coordinated two charity pageants, and a consignment sale fundraiser in which took countless hours to make a success. In the fall, she is coordinating a Golf Tournament at Timberline Golf Course in Calera and has already booked over $2500.00 in commitments, in which all proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge.
Angel is a two time recipient of the Presidential Community Service Award, received the Chris Hope Foundation Community Service Award, and her local hometown community service award. Her most recent efforts for the American Cancer Society and Chris Hope Foundation landed her recognition on a local and state level.
Angel has a hard time not helping with other causes also and in the past has worked with the Chris Hope Foundation, the Alabama School for the blind, Be A Blessing Birmingham, Help for the Homeless, American Heart Association, Children's Hospital of Alabama, Fire Victims in Vestavia, Tornado Victims of Lee County, Flood Victims in Mississippi, PitStop School Supply fundraiser, Can drive fundraiser, and many more small notable drives.
On Thursday, August 15, 2019, the United States National Pageants system announced that 1st Runner-up Angel Maddox would assume the crown of Miss Junior Teen United States 2019 after dethroning the original winner Anisha Boone. In a statement posted to its official social media pages, the United States National Pageants system said that Boone violated the expectations of the system but did not specify what those expectations were.
Read the system's official statement below:
"Isabella Ilacqua had an idea over thirty years ago of empowering women through open and honest competition, in which the contestant was the focus. In keeping with this goal of being open and honest the United States National Pageants has always clearly put expectations in writing and has worked in the spirit of those expectations. It was brought to our attention after the crowning of Miss Junior Teen United States – 2019 that the Queen had violated those expectations. Unfortunately we have not been able to come to a remedy for this and are crowning the 1st Runner-Up.
We are proud to announce our new Miss Junior Teen United States – 2019, Angel Maddox. Hailing from Alabama, Angel will promote her platform “Hands of Hope” with a new megaphone that is the National Crown.
Isabella’s focus and inspiration was the women and we will continue forward as she intended by being United by Family and Community."