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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

WISCONSIN 2014 : BISHARA DORRE

> Beauty Pageant > Miss Universe & Miss World & Miss International & Miss Earth 
* Road to Miss Universe 2014
* Road to Miss World 2014
* Road to Miss International 2014
* Road to Miss Earth 2014
National Pageant > United States > Hall of Fame Miss USA
* Road to Miss USA 2014 (State Winner, Crowning Moment)
* Miss USA 2014 Contestants - Head Shot

BISHARA DORRE
WISCONSIN
HOMETOWN: Milwaukee
HEIGHT: 5’ 7”
AGE: 24

BISHARA DORRE : MISS WISCONSIN 2014, MISS USA 2014 CONTESTANT BISHARA DORRE : MISS WISCONSIN 2014, MISS USA 2014 CONTESTANT BISHARA DORRE : MISS WISCONSIN 2014, MISS USA 2014 CONTESTANT
All photo : Miss Universe Organization L.P., LLLP All Rights Reserved

BIO
Born and raised in Milwaukee, Bishara graduated from Columbia College of Chicago, Illinois with a BA in Broadcast Journalism. Her ultimate goal is to be a broadcaster on a national network. She is a former traffic reporter on WTMJ-4, Milwaukee's NBC affiliate. Bishara is a huge sports fan and currently works for FOX Sports Wisconsin as an on-air personality. She is very active with Special Olympics Wisconsin, going "Over the Edge," and taking the "Ultimate Lambeau Leap" to help raise money for the organization. She danced professionally for the Milwaukee Bucks as a NBA dancer for three years, and was even selected to dance at the 2011 NBA United Tour in Madrid, Spain. She self-published two books by the time she graduated from high school. The books include "A Pink Bag of Dreams," and "Family Connection Book Club." She was honored by the Mayor of Milwaukee with a Proclamation; proclaiming July 12th "Bishara Dorre Day" to recognize her many hours of community service.

FAVORITE THINGS
Movie : Love and Basketball
Song : "Roar" by Katy Perry
Sport : Tennis and running
Food : Ethiopian food

FUN FACTS
- Currently works as an on-air personality for FOX Sports Wisconsin with the goal to one day work
  on a national network.
- Published author of two books titled, "A Pink Bag of Dreams," and "Family Connection Book Club."
- Rappelled a total of 340 ft off the legendary Lambeau Field and the Milwaukee City Center to
  raise money for the Special Olympics.

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