Height: 5’ 7”
Hannah Billingsley grew up on the family cattle farm in the small town of Franklin. She now has her own small herd of cattle and has used the income to put herself through college. Hannah has always displayed an aptitude for sports. She played basketball and softball, starting at age 8. Her teams have travelled around the country, won state titles, and competed at a national level.
Hannah is enrolled at the University of Central Arkansas, working toward a Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders to become a Speech Language Pathologist. During her college career, Hannah has been involved in several organizations and philanthropic events. She has helped to raise more than $10,000 for charities including the Be Her Freedom campaign for human trafficking, Habitat for Humanity, and Shoebox Ministries. She has been knitting hats for Arkansas Children’s Hospital for the past 4 years and has been very active in raising funds for the Children’s Miracle Network, receiving the Miracle Maker Award in 2012. She has also worked with Feeding Arkansas Kids and the Backpack Program to end child hunger.
In her own words
At 10 years old, Hannah took out a $6,000 loan to buy a few cow-calf pairs. Investing in her small herd of cattle allowed her to pay her way through college.
Hannah’s favorite hobby is photography.
Hannah had a poem published in a book of poetry called, "Excellence."