Chloe Hiller is Empowering Girls to Dream, Believe and Achieve

Chloe Hiller, 15, enjoys playing volleyball, drawing and hanging out with friends and family. She also enjoys participating in pageants and is currently Miss Paradise Valley’s Outstanding Teen. She recently competed in the Miss Arizona State competition and placed as first runner-up.

“It means the world to me to be Miss Paradise Valley’s Outstanding Teen. Having this title, as well as previous local titles, has opened up so many doors for me,” Chloe says. “Having this title also gives me a bigger platform to spread awareness about my social impact: empowering girls to dream, believe and achieve.”

Chloe has been volunteering at various organizations since she was 9 years old and spends a lot of time creating fun events and using social media to spread awareness about her own platform. She also volunteers at Phoenix Children’s Hospital events and dedicates her time to the Girls Rule Foundation.

Chloe has competed in pageants since she was 8 years old and lost four times before winning her first title. Her strength, perseverance and love of competition kept her going.

“I started out as a tall, skinny, shy, African-American girl who had low self-esteem to now having the confidence to empower other girls to overcome their fears and go out there and achieve their dreams,” she says.

She lives by example and has dreams of her own. She wants to go to a university to study broadcast journalism and communications. Chloe’s getting a head start by being involved in her high school’s mini news production studio.

“This past year I fell in love with being a studio floor director for Arcadia News Network. I plan to follow my dream to be a director for a big news station one day.”