London Hibbs, 18, is a senior music student at Booker T. Washington High School for
the Performing & Visual Arts in Dallas. She served as Miss America’s Outstanding Tenn
2019 and as the National Ambassador for Children’s Medical Network Hospitals and the
Teen Spokeperson for Donate Life America. London madeher debut this August at the
Sydney Opera House and sang at both Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in 2018.
London plays the role of “Julia” in the 2018 faith-based feature film “Beautifully Broken”
Her Tyler family includes parents Tisa and Billy Hibbs, brother Stratton, and
grandparents Phyllis and Terry Weiss and Jeannie Hibbs. Her home church is Marvin
United Methodist Church in downtown Tyler.
MISS ASIAN AMERICAN TEXAS
Formerly the intern for the President and
Vice President of Southern Methodist University,
Averie has utilized her experience in her Universities
legal affairs office to address higher education policy
in third world countries. She was recently a Ronald
Regan Presidential Foundation Fellow, U.S. Congressional Intern in Washington D.C., a University
Interscholastic Scholarship recipient, and The Texas
Women's Museum Woman of the Year awardee.
She is the co-founder and current director of
The Tulong Foundation, a non profit organization
that aids children in third world countries afford education. Averie and her mother aim to eradicate the
gender gap in education by offering scholarships to girls who have a passion to learn but not the necessary funds to pursue their academic aspirations. Additionally, their foundation has expanded to provide comprehensive sexual education and water wells in provincial Philippines.
Averie graduated from Southern Methodist University with honors distinction in Human
Rights and Sociology. She will attend Dedman School of Law for her Juris Doctorate degree this coming fall. Moreover, Averie was the reigning Miss Asian American Texas for 2018. For her first year on
the Miss America circuit, she placed first runner up at Miss Texas and received $18,000 in scholar.