With the pandemic still going on, many organizations are adapting to the ever-changing situation, and that is true for the Miss Wisconsin crown.
Miss Wisconsin 2019 Alyssa Bohm will reigning for another year and is finding ways to reach her community, even if she cannot be there physically. Traditionally, titleholders dedicate their year of service to making public appearances, advancing their personal social impact initiatives, representing the Miss Wisconsin/Miss America program as the world’s largest scholarship organization for young women, and promoting charity partner Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
During this time of lockdown, Bohm has been busy developing new and creative ways to maximize her impact and continue educating and engaging the public, particularly one of her key audiences -- children. Bohm will be making virtual school appearances, educational livestreams, and also a community service day across the state.