Cambrey Jo Hull, a Choctaw Nation Tribal member, captured the crown of the 2021 National Miss United States Agriculture. She represented her home state of Oklahoma at the national pageant held in Orlando, Florida, in June. Along with the national title, she was awarded $4,000 in scholarships. During her reign as Oklahoma Miss United States Agriculture, Cambrey Jo traveled over 35,000 miles and donated over $500,000 in cash and monetary donations back into her community.
Cambrey Jo resides in the small eastern Oklahoma town of Roland. She currently is a senior at Roland High School where is active in the National Honor Society and is the FFA President. Cambrey Jo’s platform during her reign is Planting Seeds of Success with Disabled and At-Risk Children. She understands the hardships of these children because of her hearing disability and speech impediment. With her title, she will be able to teach, inspire and advocate, not only for American agriculture but children just like her. Agriculture offers a place for everyone to become involved and thrive.
Cambrey Jo is the sixth generation of a farming and ranching family. She breeds and raises grand champion heritage and fancy poultry breeds, as well as award winning waterfowl. Cambrey Jo competes in career development events and is on a variety of Roland FFA teams including prepared public speaking, nursery and landscape, horticulture, livestock judging and land judging.
As Miss United States Agriculture, Cambrey Jo will be traveling throughout the United States teaching agriculture lessons in a multitude of classrooms, organizing community service events and empowering today’s youth to become tomorrow’s leaders.
After the duration of her reign, Cambrey Jo desires to be elected as an Oklahoma State FFA officer. She will attend Oklahoma State University and pursue a degree in Agricultural Communications and Marketing.
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