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She won the title of Miss Arizona on June 23, 2012, when she received her crown from outgoing titleholder Jennifer Sedler. Stoeckel’s platform is “Break the Silence: Helping Child Abuse Victims Find Their Voice” and she said she hoped to advocate for abused children during her year as Miss Arizona. Her final project for her Reporting Public Affairs class was published by the Arizona Daily Star.
She advanced to the Miss Arizona pageant after winning Miss Tucson Valley in December 2011. She then competed for Miss America 2013, where she won a preliminary talent contest before the main, televised competition on January 12, 2013. Interviewed by the Daily Mail and KABC, Stoeckel revealed how she uses duct tape for extra lift and support. Stoeckel won a $3,000 scholarship from the Miss America pageant.
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