Christina Denny
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Meet Christina Denny – Dynamic Fitness Pageant Trainee

Christina Denny was a competitive gymnast for 15 years growing up, and also an avid runner, running varsity cross- country and track and field all four years of high school. In college at the University of Maryland, College Park, Christina was a cheerleader for the Terps, cheering home and away football and basketball games. While at UMD, Christina majored in Hearing and Speech sciences. She also began working as an ABA therapist, tutoring a young girl on the Autism Spectrum, whom she still works with 2-4 times per week. It was working as an ABA therapist which inspired Christina to pursue “Special Deeds for Special Needs” as her personal platform in the Miss America Organization. Christina also volunteers as a Special Olympics coach, coaching track and field and basketball, and is on the board of directors of Karina Association, a program which provides art therapy for those with various developmental and physical disabilities, and respite for their parents, at a monthly session called Karina Cafe. Christina also worked this past year as a Special Education teacher at Echelon Academy in Olney, MD.

Christina began competing in pageants at 13 years old, but didn’t discover the Miss America Organization until her freshman year of college while looking for scholarships. After four years of working towards the Miss Maryland title, she was crowned Miss Maryland 2013 this past June. She continues to work with her personal platform, and also the national platform of the Miss America Organization, Children’s Miracle Network. Christina plans to attend graduate school in the future to pursue her masters degree in Speech- Language Pathology. Her goal is to open a preschool for children with developmental disabilities in the future. Christina will compete for the title of Miss America this September in Atlantic City, New Jersey.