Miss Tarrant County 2023

by Ellie Breaux

Supporting: 2023 Competition Magazine for Miss Texas Organization


I’m Ellie Breaux, your Miss Tarrant County 2023.  I’m a Senior at the University of North Texas and graduating on May 12th with a BA in Marketing.

Believe it or not, while competing in my first local in the Miss Texas Organization, I had no clue I was competing for THE MISS TEXAS title. I won that competition, having no idea what I was getting myself into, but my first year, as a titleholder was full of service, scholarships, and possibilities that I never imagined was obtainable. At Miss Texas that summer, I placed 2nd runner-up!!!  I was able to secure scholarships that covered nearly two full semesters of my sophomore year. I was introduced to so many opportunities that I had hoped to pursue, such as modeling for Terry Costa and Sherri Hill, and connecting with various law enforcement agencies, non-profit organizations, rotary clubs, and chambers of commerce. I appreciate the opportunity this organization has provided me, and I hope to continue promoting my story and community service initiative "Cops in the Community."

I believe in the value of trust and cultivating mutual respect between police officers and the communities that they serve. Being the daughter of a Houston police officer, I have the unique opportunity to engage in bridging our communities and police officers to better understand one another. My goal is for our children to perceive police officers as heroes.

rather than adversaries. 

Any donation is much appreciated as I am so grateful to everyone who has supported my journey to Miss Texas and my Community Service Initiative "Cops in the Community."  The Miss Texas Organization has helped me in so many special ways, and I hope that you would all invest in the organization so that women may receive access to much-needed scholarships.

Thank you very much for your continued support! #letsgoelliebreaux  

Each year, the Miss Texas Organization is proud to present the Miss Texas Competition Magazine. This magazine is made available for advertisement by businesses, families and volunteers who want to promote their company, show support and wish their competing candidate Good Luck by purchasing a Magazine Showcase Page.

Our magazine is seen by tens of thousands across the nation, is sold all year long and is a popular coffee table accessory that may be viewed through out the year. Each candidate competing for the job of Miss Texas or Miss Texas' Outstanding Teen, sets a goal of how many magazine showcase pages she wants dedicated just to her. Thank you in advance for your support. 

We are grateful for your donation and support to Miss Texas Scholarship Organization.

Donations are nonrefundable and if you have made an error in making your donation please contact the Miss Texas office at 214-549-2003.