Who will be crowned Miss Earth USA 2024?

28 Dec 2023 | Priya Bhardwaj

The 2024 edition of Miss Earth USA is all set to be held on 31st December 2023 at The Rosen Centre, Orlando where stunning beauties will compete for the environmental crown and the winner will be crowned Miss Earth USA 2024. the newly crowned Miss Earth USA 2024 will then proceed to represent USA at Miss Earth 2024.

Fifty-three passionate Earth advocates from all over the country are preparing to compete for the national crown. The Preliminary competition will be held on 29th December 2023 and the charity gala will be held the next day. The stunning beauties have arrived in Florida to begin their journey towards the crown.



Miss Earth USA 2023 Danielle Mullins will crown her successor at the end of the event finale and has arrived in Florida. Danielle competed at Miss Earth 2023 held recently in Vietnam where she placed in the Top 20 with her stellar performance. Mullins hails from Lexington, and graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a degree in public relations.



The fifty-three contestants competing for Miss USA 2024 are Samantha Chapin from Alabama, Niara Iman from Alaska, Sidney Torres from Arizona, Gail Muggill from Arkansas, Jireh Gerry from California, Sydney Hella from Colorado, Eugenia Zhang from Connecticut, Brianna Clark from Delaware, Geneva Mazhandu from District of Columbia, Sophie Powell from East Coast, Valentina Delgado from Florida, Ajayla Holingshed from Georgia, Haley Victoria McCluskey from Gulf Coast, Victoria Christensen from Hawaii, Dominique Greenman from Illinois, Xia Lowery from Iowa, Jordan Golden from Kansas, Mattie Barker from Kentucky, Tea McConkey from Louisiana, Elana Roberts from Maine, Jordan Johnson from Maryland, Eddia Watts from Massachusetts, Madison Nero from Michigan, Katerina Katakalides from Minnesota, Jada Kelly from Mississippi, Flora Ravin from Missouri, Alondra Perez from Nevada, Alexandra Perkins from New Hampshire, Kristen Hunt from New Jersey, Merlyn Torres from New Mexico, Serena Exantus from New York, Yamani Ballantyne from North Carolina, Syria Gonzalez from North Dakota, Erin Kwon from NorthWest, Alexia Gomez from Ohio, Irene Zielinski from Oklahoma, Riana Jenkins from Oregon, Tiffany Acosta from Pennsylvania, Abbigail Bland from Rhode Island, Autumn Ballington from South Carolina, Jaimye Wininger from South Dakota, Ayana Albertini-Fleurant from Southeast, Sarah Sherwood from Southwest, Gracie Pfaff from Tennessee, Sofia Terrazas from Texas, Kortnie Koebel from Utah, Isabella Williams from Vermont,  Alexa Arzillo from Virginia, Abbygail Dereje from Washington, Jenny Tran from West Coast, Alanna Lynch from West Virginia, Bea Millan-Windorski from Wisconsin, Alexis Faye Rodis from Wyoming.