Fishers resident to compete in Miss Indiana Teen USA


Brooke Jewell, a 17-year-old Fishers resident, will compete against 21 other teen girls at the 2022 Miss Indiana Teen USA pageant April 10 at Noblesville High School.

Jewell, a Heritage Christian School junior, will compete against other girls in categories of interview, active wear, evening gown and interview attire.

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Brooke Jewell will compete in the April 10 Miss Indiana Teen USA pageant. (Photo courtesy of Brooke Jewell)

The winner advaces to the Miss Teen USA competition later this year.

Activities begin April 9, when contestants will sit for a 2 1/2-minute interview with two judge panels.
“They can ask us any question they want and we get to be ourselves and let the judges get to know us a little more before they see us on stage,” Jewell said.

Also on April 9, contestants – in a preliminary show — will wear active wear, evening gowns and interview attire. A red-carpet event will be conducted April 10.  A past Miss Indiana USA will ask competitors questions, and then they will walk on stage.

Jewell is a proponent of living with intention and creating new experiences. She is a member of the National Honor Society member, is a three-time Mock Trial state qualifier and winner of the Regional Best Witness Award. She also has been a Hamilton County 4-H member for six years. She and her llama, Tulla, compete regularly and are nine-time Llama Show Grand Champions.

Jewell entered her first pageant last year for Hamilton County 4-H Queen was first runner-up. She is active in the community through volunteer work with food pantries and the Fishers Parks and Recreation Dept.