MISS FLORIDA’S OUTSTANDING TEEN — Hannah Adams will travel throughout the state speaking, volunteering, and impacting thousands of people’s lives throughout her year of service! Hannah is currently a junior in high school holding leadership roles throughout her community.
As a ten-year pediatric cancer survivor, Hannah is extremely dedicated to her platform of Finding a Cure for Pediatric Cancer. She is the co-founder of the 501 (c)(3) H.U.G.S. 4 Childhood Cancer and has served as a national ambassador for multiple nationwide non-profit organizations such as Hyundai Motor America’s Hyundai Hope On Wheels, American Cancer Society’s #GoldTogether for Childhood Cancer, and the For A Day Foundation.
Hannah has lobbied and presented on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. on various occasions to increase the amount of federal funding towards childhood cancer research. Hannah’s experiences have led her to pursue many passions and one day a Master’s in Business. Hannah is extremely honored to serve as an ambassador of Advanced Recovery Systems’ Real Talk program as she sees firsthand the negative effects substance abuse is having on her peers.
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