Miss America's Oustanding Teen
Today, the Miss America Organization is a nationally recognized non-profit and serves as one of the largest providers of scholarship assistance to young women in the world. The mission to prepare great women for the world and prepare the world for great women comes to fruition through the thousands of young women across America working to better their communities through service and scholarship.
Miss Greater Butler County 2023 Caroline Betty Trennepohl
Caroline Betty is a Data Analyst at The E.W. Scripps Company. She is enthusiastic to work for an organization that values charitable giving, diversity, equity, and inclusion while learning about marketing and analytical programs.
Caroline's career ambition and passion for life allowed her to graduate with her Bachelors degree in 2.5 years while working full time.
Caroline is Greek and values her rich Greek heritage. Some of her favorite memories include baking with her Yiayia and Greek dancing in the Panegyri.
She is the Founder of Girls C.A.N. (Career Awareness Network) where she teaches young women about the importance of having a mentor and finding their passion in life. Caroline works with many nonprofits in Cincinnati and serves on many young professional boards. Some of these organizations include Cincinnati Youth Collaborative (CYC), Cincinnati Works, Saturday Hoops, and the Scripps Young Professional Board.
Caroline has a passion for working with youth. She taught dance for many years, including a Special Olympics dance program. As an entrepreneur, Caroline started a special Olympics Program at her college along with being a part of Best Buddies, Dance Marathon, Speech competitions, and Mock interview programs.
One of her favorite things to do is spending time with her Chihuahua, Coco. Coco is a 5 year old rescue that Caroline has had for two years.
Above all, Caroline can’t wait to make an impact on the youth of Greater Butler County and the state of Ohio. Women deserve a seat at the table where decisions are being made, and together, with a mentor, “Girls CAN” do just that.