MISS RODEO TEXAS
“LONE STAR STATE”
Alex Ingram is from New Braunfels, Texas and is currently an undergraduate student at Texas A&M University obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Communications and Journalism. One day, she hopes to have a career in broadcast journalism, specifically in the agricultural industry to promote what she is passionate about and make a difference in the world.
Alex enjoys showing horses in reining, western pleasure and horsemanship, working cows on the ranch, carrying flags at rodeos, traveling and working out. She has volunteered at exceptional rodeos for special needs children, Saddle Light Therapeutic Riding Center, Vacation Bible School, Mission Arlington and on the outreach team for Breakaway Ministries.
“I genuinely have a heart for serving others and the Miss Rodeo America title provides me an incredible opportunity to do just that! As Miss Rodeo Texas, I have loved getting to help people, from fans at the events I attend, to those working behind the chutes alongside me. Becoming Miss Rodeo America would allow me to have more of these opportunities on a larger scale and I would hope to positively impact everyone I meet. Along with my compassion for people, I also have a great passion for the Western way of life. Growing up on a ranch, I desire to preserve our Western heritage and introduce others to the lifestyle. I truly love the sport of rodeo, the people involved, the heritage, the values that are so in line with my own, and that is why I would be honored to be a representative as Miss Rodeo America.”