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Christine Kozlowski

Christine Kozlowski
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born Christine Kozlowski
(1988-10-01) October 1, 1988 (age 25)
D'Iberville, Mississippi, USA
Title(s) Miss Mississippi 2008
Major
competition(s)
Miss America 2009

Christine Kozlowski is an American beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Mississippi on June 28, 2008. Kozlowski, a native of D'Iberville, is of Polish and Latina descent and is the first Miss Mississippi of Latina heritage.[1]

Kozlowski participated in Miss Mississippi as "Miss Gulf Coast". At the time of her win, she was a sophomore nutrition and dietetics major at the University of Southern Mississippi. Her platform is diabetes awareness. She was awarded a Preliminary Swimsuit Award at the 2009 Miss America Pageant.

Before the pageant, Christine attended The Next Level dance studio in the small rural community of Woolmarket. Occasionally, Mrs. Kozlowski hosts the spelling bee at a local school. She has also hosted the E-lymics at a local fitness center in the past.

Kozlowski and her family are survivors of Hurricane Katrina.[2]

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Miss Mississippi contestant page
Awards
Preceded by
Kimberly Morgan
Miss Mississippi
2008
Succeeded by
Anna Tadlock


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