History Rewrote: Annette Addo-Yobo Crowned First Immigrant-Born Miss Texas

Annette Addo-Yobo, representing North Texas as Miss Southlake, etched her name in the Miss Texas pageant’s history books after being crowned the 87th Miss Texas.

Addo-Yobo’s victory holds particular significance as she is the first immigrant-born contestant to claim the title, breaking new ground for the prestigious pageant.

According to the source fox4news Born in Ghana and raised in both the United States and Canada, Addo-Yobo’s background reflects the evolving demographics of Texas.

A graduate of the University of Texas at Dallas, she leverages her platform to champion a cause close to her heart – autism awareness and safety.

Inspired by her brother on the autism spectrum, Addo-Yobo’s initiative, “The SPARK Project,” aims to empower the autistic community through advocacy and education.

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This landmark achievement represents a significant step towards inclusivity in the Miss Texas pageant. Addo-Yobo’s historic win paves the way for future generations to aspire to the title, regardless of their origin story.

As she prepares to compete for the Miss America crown in January, Addo-Yobo embodies the spirit of Texas – one that celebrates diversity and achievement.

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