Mamé Adjei was crowned the title of Miss Maryland USA 2015 at the conclusion of the state pageant held on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at the Conference Center of North Bethesda Marriot Hotel in Bethesda. She will represent the state of Maryland at the Miss USA 2015 pageant, competing for the right to represent the United States at Miss Universe 2015 pageant.
Mamé Adjei (C) wins Miss Maryland USA 2015 and will compete in the Miss USA 2015 pageant
Mamé of Silver Spring is 23 years old and is a newcomer at Miss Maryland USA. She is a Ghanaian-American. Mamé is a recent graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Africana Studies and minor in Business. Her future ambition is to earn an International Law degree and someday soon apply to the United Nations in hopes of integrating my other passion for “travel, with a mission to serve and affect change on a global scale”.
Mamé Adjei is a recent graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Africana Studies and minor in Business.
The first runner-up was Christina Denny, the former Miss Maryland and past Miss MD USA semi-finalist;
The second runner-up was Kathleen Masek who rank third for the second year in a row;
The third runner-up was Brooke Roush, who was the fourth runner-up in Miss Maryland Teen USA 2007;
The fourth runner-up was Destiny Clark, a newcomer.
Newly crowned Miss Maryland USA 2015 Mamé Adjei (C) and her runners-up.
The semi-finalists were completed with Taylor O’Neal, Jessica Bell, Cassandra Roper, Nikki Doerr, Jessica Butler, Nicole Jennings, Amanda Delawder, Kristene Mumby, Cara Gerard and Ryann Richardson.
At the same event, Taylor Dawson was crowned Miss Maryland Teen USA 2015 and will compete in the Miss Teen USA 2015 pageant. Her court includes the first runner-up Nicolette Jennings, the second runner-up Margo Huffman, the third runner-up London Collinson and the fourth runner-up Gallienne Gilmer.