Allison Cook (Miss Oregon)
Allison Cook in 2019
|Born||Allison Elizabeth Cook|
January 30, 1994
Redwood City, California
|🏫 Education||Bachelor of Science Graduate of Oregon Institute of Technology|
|Height||6 ft 1 in|
|Title||Miss Rose City USA|
International Junior Miss Oregon 2018
Miss Oregon 2013
Miss Southern Gem 2013
Miss City of Sunshine 2012
|🌐 Website||Allison Cook (www.allisoncook.com)|
Allison Elizabeth Cook (born January 30, 1994) is an American beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Oregon 2013. In September 2013, she competed for the title of Miss America 2014 and won the National Tiffany Phillips Scholar-Athlete Award.
Early Life & Education
Cook attended Oregon Institute of Technology where she studied radiology. In 2016, she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences and Minors in business and medical sociology. Cook was a member of the Oregon Tech Honor's Program, President of the Honor's Organization of Oregon Tech (HOOT) Club, Lamda Nu Honor Society, and Tech Opportunities Program She was a recipient of the 2016 Radiologic Sciences Faculty Excellence Award and 2012 Cascade All-Conference Academic Award; nominated for the 2016 Most Dedicated Student Award and 2013 Oregon Tech Pride Award.
Cook is a Clinical Imaging Specialist III for GE Healthcare where she provides the technical and clinical support for fluoroscopic X-Ray machines; more commonly known as C-Arms.
Cook is a former Radiologic Technologist at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland, OR. She is credentialed by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in Radiography and is a member of both the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) and the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI).
Cook entered her first pageant in 2012 after learning that the Miss America Organization offers scholarships that could pay for her college education. On April 28, 2012, Cook won the Miss City of Sunshine 2012 title and more than $6,500 in scholarship prizes. She also won the 2012 Miss Klamath County Academic Excellence Award, 2012 Miss Klamath County Scholar-Athlete Award, 2012 Miss Klamath County Miracle Maker Award, and 2012 Miss Klamath County Miss Congeniality Award.
Cook then competed as one of 23 qualifiers in the June 2012 Miss Oregon pageant with the platform "Athletic Concussion Awareness" and a fiddle performance in the talent portion of the competition. She won both preliminary and overall Lifestyle & Fitness awards, the 2012 Tiffany Phillips Scholar-Athlete Award, and was named fourth runner-up to winner Rachel Berry. Cook won an additional $3,200 in scholarships.
Miss Oregon 2013
On April 21, 2013, Cook was crowned Miss Southern Gem 2013. She entered the Miss Oregon pageant at the Seaside Convention Center in June 2013 as one of 22 qualifiers for the state title. Cook's competition talent was an electro-acoustic fiddle performance of the song "Let's Get It Started" by The Black Eyed Peas. Her platform was "Athletic Concussion Awareness" and she won the 2013 Spirit of Katie Harman (Miss America 2002) Award, 2013 Tiffany Phillips Scholar-Athlete Award, and 2013 Miss Oregon Community Service Award.
Cook won the competition on Saturday, June 29, 2013, when she received her crown from outgoing Miss Oregon titleholder Nichole Mead. She earned more than $10,000 in scholarship money and other prizes from the state pageant. As Miss Oregon, her activities included public appearances across the state of Oregon.
Throughout the year, Cook traveled over 25,000 miles and made over 330 appearances as the Official Hostess of the State of Oregon. Some of the organizations that she worked closely with included, but are not limited to: Brainchampions.org, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, American Red Cross, Southern Oregon Veteran's Benefit, and the SMART Reading Program.
Her reign continued until June 28, 2014, when she crowned her successor, Rebecca Anderson, as Miss Oregon 2014.
Vying for Miss America
In September 2013, Cook was Oregon's representative at the Miss America 2014 pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey. She was noted for being both the youngest and the tallest of that year's competitors. During the pageant's "Show Us Your Shoes" parade, Cook wore cow print boots and a dress covered in Tillamook Cheese wrappers to represent Oregon's Dairy Industry. Cook was not a finalist for the national crown; however, she won the National Tiffany Phillips Scholar-Athlete Award.
International Junior Miss
In February 2018, Cook won the title of Miss Oregon 2018 in Portland, OR. In July, 2018, Cook and 58 other young women competed at the IJM International Pageant in San Antonio, TX.
Cook made the International Overall Top 15 and won Best Overall Interview, Best Overall Fun Fashion, a Spirit Award, and 4th Runner up in the talent competition with an Electric Violin cover of the popular song "Good Feeling" by Flo Rida.
Run for Miss USA
In January of 2020, Allison competed as Miss Rose City USA in the Miss Oregon USA 2020 pageant where she placed first runner up to Katerina Villegas among 21 contestants. In November 2020, she will be returning as Miss Rose City for the Miss Oregon USA 2021 contest.
Cook is a former National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) collegiate volleyball athlete and 5-time concussion survivor who passionately advocates for Brain Injury Awareness.
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