On Instagram following the crowning, Hallal shared her joy and said she’s excited for what lies ahead this year.
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She’ll spend the next year promoting her social impact initiative, “The Triple A Project: Accessibility to the Arts for All”, which she founded in 2019. “As a kid, my family didn’t have lots of money; it was the generosity of others that gave me the opportunity to pursue my passion for the arts. This is what I strive to do for others through this initiative,” Hallal said. “Everyone, regardless of their ability or socioeconomic status, should have the opportunity to explore different disciplines of music in order to better express themselves,” she said on her social media.
The Floyd Central High School graduate now majors in Musical Theatre at Ball State University. Hallal won Miss Vocalist, the Edward L. Poe Performing Arts Award, and Miss Indiana preliminary talent award for her performance of “Defying Gravity” from Wicked.