The primary goal of the Miss Tennessee United States Organization is to provide a life-changing experience for young, vibrant women across the country. The organization strives to empower all delegates to become active participants in her community while nurturing and promoting a cause meaningful to her.
The Miss Tennessee United States Organization is based on a solid commitment to uphold the standards of fairness and integrity. It prides itself in providing an avenue for each young woman to give a voice to those needing to be heard, lend a hand to those less fortunate, and be a compass for those daring to dream. At the local, state, and national level, the Miss United States Organization gives women the opportunity to promote a platform of community service.
The pageant system allows young women all over the country to interact and discuss their achievements in service and volunteerism. It promotes the intellect, moral character, and personal engagement of its outstanding participants as they pursue success in achievement.
About Our Director
Summer Blalock Wilson is no stranger to the pageant industry. With over 15 years of experience, Summer has been involved in every aspect, including, being a contestant, judge, director, production assistant, and titleholder. She has held numerous local state and national titles and found her true passion within the Miss United States organization after being crowned Miss Tennessee United States in 2012. After her year reign, Summer remained involved with the organization as a production assistant and was pleased to be offered the position of Executive Director in 2015. For Summer, there is no greater honor than to be able to hold this position with the United States national pageant since it enables her to provide girls of all ages with the opportunity and experience of a lifetime—just as she received in 2012.
Aside from the pageant industry, Summer resides in Strawberry Plains, Tennessee with her loving husband Josh and son Mac. She is an advocate for East Tn Pitbull Rescue and an owner of two pitbull rescues: Duchess and Roo. She is a member of several local organizations and is heavily involved in the tourism industry in Sevier County, Tennessee. Summer is also the marketing manager for the Island Shops, LLC.
“I would like to wish each and every contestant the very best of luck as you compete in the state pageant and would like each girl to remember that, win or lose, it’s all about the journey. Enjoy every minute and be proud of yourself for giving your all!” —Summer Blalock Wilson