Kinsley had the opportunity to be crowned the first Miss Idaho for America. She went on and placed in the top 15 at nationals. Kinsley's love for pageants began when she first competed in Distinguished Young Women. Ever since, she has not been able to stay away from the stage. Whether she is competing, directing, or teaching she loves every part. Since passing off her title of Miss Idaho for America she co-directs a local high school pageant, Miss Madison, helps with the Distinguished Young Women program and judges other pageants around the state of Idaho. Kinsley also married her husband Taylor in May of 2020. Since then they have moved to the small town of Rigby, Idaho. Kinsley's roots for Idaho and pageantry run deep. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to co-direct the Mrs Idaho America, American and Miss Idaho for America Strong pageants.



Misty was crowned Mrs. Idaho America in 2014 & knows the responsibility and honor it is to represent your state and the fabulous women in it at Mrs. America.  Her Husband of 19 years, Brett and their 4 involved children live in  Rexburg, where they own the 1st snow and wakeboard cable park in the U.S. the Cable Factory. Teaching has always been a passion of hers ever since College where she graduated in Dance Education from S.U.U.  Misty loves to teach young girls & women how to reach their full potential and as a Director of Madison’s Distinguished Young Women Program, Miss Hillcrest, and Miss Madison Pageant she knows a thing or two about that.  Whether it is directing for the last 12 years, stage-managing, or choreographing opening numbers Misty loves all things pageant, and is excited to be taking on the role of Co-Director of this amazing system.  



Jaymie's love for pageants began her Jr. year of high school when she won her first title.  After that she became a pageant regular, holding titles in the Miss America Organization, Jr. Miss, and Miss USA pageant.  Her love for pageants grew from competing to helping women of all ages find confidence through pageantry. After competing, Jaymie decided to hang up her crown to become a pageant coach and director. Over the years she has helped hundreds of women from all over the country win titles on a local, state and national level. She also directed the Miss Hillcrest pageant for several years, as well as served on the DYW of Madison board for 10 years.  Jaymies biggest love in life is her husband Mark who, after 10 years of marriage, considers himself a pageant expert. Together they have a 5 year old, Gemma, the cutest future pageant queen you’ll ever see. Jaymie cant wait to help all the Mrs. and Miss Idaho contestants make the most out of their pageant experience!



Angela Christensen is new to the pageant world. Although she's never competed in a pageant, competition isn't new to her. Angie had been involved in dance for 8 years. She competed and traveled on a performing team & experienced 2 Nationals trips in Las Vegas. She spent the last two years of dance on her high school team which took state both her Jr. and Sr. year. After graduating in 2006 Angie had the opportunity to be a dance teacher and was part of judging the High School Dance Team. She loves all aspects of being on stage and performing. Angie has been married to her sweetheart for 10 years, and they've been blessed with 4 kids. They moved from Boise 4 years ago to Idaho Falls. Angie is thankful that she has been given this opportunity to be apart of the pageant world, and has felt so honored an excited to start on this new journey. 

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As a Boise native, Kaley loved representing Idaho as Mrs. Idaho 2012. After winning her state title she competed at Mrs. America and later was crowned Mrs. World 2013, in China. Throughout her reign, Kaley used her position to be a strong advocate for the prevention of child abuse. Kaley is a Soulcraft Wakesurf Team Rider, the Founder/Creator of Hair Love, and loves to travel the world. Her biggest love in life is her handsome husband Jimmy, and their two children. 

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