Elisabeth Bradley

Elisabeth Bradley 27, was born in Tulsa Oklahoma, however, at the age of 2 months her family moved abroad to Mexico where she was raised as a Christian Missionary living in Puerto Vallarta; Cuidad Valles, San Migues De Allende; San Louis Potosi, Guadalajara; Hermosillo and Cuidad Juarez.  she moved to the small town of Muhoroni Kenya with her parents and five brothers to continue their mission work. She is fluent in Spanish and working on her Italian, and French. After her time abroad she moved to Phoenix Arizona where her family was rendered homeless, not one to let challenges hold her down she began her life in Philanthropy and community service. First, she drafted and enacted a statewide proclamation that encouraged Arizona youth to volunteer and be recognized for their hard work- Arizona became number one in the world for most youth-led service projects because of this. Elisabeth also worked as a Senior Specialist Strategic Project manager for AT&T Government Solutions in Los Angeles during the pandemic and also with the DoD, Space Force, Military, and the Space Missile System Center on top-secret contracts, and at one point was submitted for a Top Secret Sensitive Compartmentalized Information ( TSSC) Security Clearance position. To add to her accolades she has been given the Excellence of Character Award from the Miss Arizona America Org, The Talent Award in 2019 from the Miss World America Org, and the Volunteer Impact Award by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith, and Family in 2016 & 2017.

Elisabeth when not showing service is highly creative and was classically trained by the founders of the Phoenix Opera and has sung for La Toya Jackson and Virgin Record Music Execs. Thus in 2020 she moved to Los Angeles and was able to realize one of her dreams by working with Virgin Records Music Execs on her own record. She hopes one day to become an Internationally known and renowned Classical-Crossover recording artist with the hopes to one day Work with Grammy Award Winning music producer David Foster.
Elisabeth has brought all her passion to the beehive state and tries to embody her role model Princess Diana whom she tries to reflect daily with her humanitarian, public speaking, advocation, and women empowerment. As Miss Utah USA she has had the honor to help those without food and shelter in Salt Lake City and was able to get Costco to donate over 500 water bottles and gift cards which partnered with the Governors Youth Commission and Youth Service America for their “Kids ‘Food Drive”. When Elisabeth isn’t conquering the world you can find her at home in Utah watching CIA movies, watercolor painting, and working on her children’s bedtime poetry book.