Laine Alden Mansour is a 21-year-old student at the University of Mississippi where she is a member of Kappa Delta Sorority and serves on the Public Relations Committee. She is majoring in Integrated Marketing & Communications with an emphasis on Pre-Law.
Laine Alden was Most Beautiful at Tupelo High School, Most Beautiful at Ole Miss and she enjoys modeling, public speaking and acting. Her future plans include becoming an attorney, a policy maker and an advocate for American children’s rights & further her inspirational public speaking, appearances and writings.
Laine Alden has studied piano, voice, violin & all types of dance, including ballet, tap, hip hop, and lyrical dance. She performed the Russian solo in the touring Russian Nutcracker and she also cheered for the award-winning Tupelo Golden Wave for 5 years. She was the first female sports broadcaster at her high school and she won numerous awards in Broadcast Journalism competitions. Four years ago, Laine Alden founded a program “GEM” - Going the Extra Mile, which she often includes in her motivational speaking engagements. Her passion is empowering children to be their best self and make an impact on our world.
She also enjoys photography and has served as a wedding photographer for the past two years.
Laine Alden is the daughter of Beverly Beasley Mansour and Dr. Samuel Mansour. She has 3 siblings - two brothers, Blake & Bond and a sister, Ann Sterling who all reside in Tupelo, MS. Her grandparents are Bill & Ann Beasley & the late Philip & Louise Mansour from Greenville, MS.
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