Arkansas Miss Amazing is made possible by our dedicated and experienced volunteer committee. 


STATE DIRECTOR

Maddie Stinson- Maddie is currently a Junior at the University of Arkansas, majoring in Special Education. She grew up in St. Louis and loves hockey, Razorback football, and exploring new places. She started as a buddy for Missouri Miss Amazing in 2014 and loved it so much that she knew she needed to bring it to her new home with her, and she loves seeing what Arkansas Miss Amazing has become.  

Email: ar@missamazing.org

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DIRECTOR OF BUDDIES and PArticipants

 

Natalie Stinson- Natalie is a cat-loving mother of two currently living in Belleville, IL. She's also a proud business owner and chocolate enthusiast, who has been loving Miss Amazing for years. 

 

 

 

 

 

MEDIA DIRECTOR

Allie Rice- Allie is currently a Freshman at the University of Arkansas, majoring in Psychology and Special Education on a pre-med track. She is from Edmond Oklahoma, loves volleyball, her little brother and sister, and doing Pinterest crafts. She is super passionate about working and spending time in Kenya and hopes to one day startup a branch of Special Olympics in the village of Kano.

DIRECTOR OF Fundraising

 

Rhonda Morgan- While living in California my daughter was diagnosed as having special needs. This actually turned out to be such a huge blessing andmotivated us to become more involved
In our community and find out what activitieswere available for her. We started with Special Olympics and I ended up becoming an Aquatics coach
In Northern Santa Barbara County.
In 2014 we found out about Miss Amazing and I signed my daughter up. I was such a great experience that we did it for the next 2 years after that. In 2016 my family and I moved back to
Our home state of Arkansas and I was excited to find out that Miss Amazing was getting started here as well.  I decided I wanted toVolunteer and be a more active part of this fantastic organization.  These incredible people are a joy and a blessing to be around and I have learned more from them than I could ever teach. I hope to be a part of this for many years to come.