Miss America 2001 on Hannity's Great American Panel

Angela Baraquio Grey, Miss America 2001, has been invited by Sean Hannity to be a member of the Great American Panel on his nationally-syndicated Fox News Channel show, Hannity’s America, airing Friday, April 17th.
 
 
April 17, 2009 - PRLog -- Angela Baraquio Grey, Miss America 2001, has been invited by Sean Hannity to be a member of the Great American Panel on his nationally-syndicated Fox News Channel show, Hannity’s America, airing Friday, April 17th.

“I am so honored to be asked to be on the Fox News show, ‘Hannity's America’ as a member of the esteemed ‘Great American Panel,’” shares Grey.  “I knew becoming Miss America 2001 would change my life, but it's humbling to know that even 8 years later, I'm still being asked to speak publicly on my opinion of current events and world issues,” she adds.

The show's format consists of Hannity interviewing guests and providing his own commentary. The Great American Panel is a select group of individuals chosen by Hannity to discuss and provide their own opinions on various current events and politics.  

“I hope audiences will get to hear my unique perspective on issues-- as seen through the eyes of a woman of Filipino ancestry from Hawaii, a wife and mother of 2, a Catholic educator and a former pageant titleholder,” says Grey.  “I hope people will walk away with a more positive perception of pageant winners in general, since there are many stereotypes and misconceptions out there, which are not always accurate.”

Hannity’s America airs this Friday, April 17th on Fox News Channel.  For times and airings, please check your local listings.  

About Angela Baraquio Grey
Angela Baraquio Grey is an educator, national speaker and humanitarian.  As a UH Manoa Graduate with a Bachelor's in Elementary Education and a Master's in Educational Administration, she is now a 1st grade teacher at a Catholic school in California.  In addition, Angela currently travels as a speaker and is a TV personality, co-hosting the Hawaii-based TV show, “Living Locals with the Baraquios,” with her sister Bernadette (www.livinglocal.tv).  Prior to this, Angela worked as a Physical Education teacher and Athletic Director at Holy Family Catholic Academy in Honolulu before being crowned Miss Hawaii 2000 and Miss America 2001.  During her reign, Angela traveled 20,000 miles a month on a national speaking tour called, "Character in the Classroom: Teaching Values, Valuing Teachers".  Today, her education platform remains close to her heart.  She is the President/Founder of the Angela Perez Baraquio Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which promotes character education and provides scholarships and grants for teachers and students.  She served as media spokesperson for First Hawaiian Bank for four years, and continues to appear for numerous charitable events and TV stints, including the community television program of Governor Linda Lingle’s “Talk Story with Your Administration.”  Angela continues to speak nationally, work as an on-camera talent, and is also a published author, working on two books.  In 2006, she was appointed by President George W. Bush to be a member of the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation.  Angela is married to her college sweetheart, Tinifuloa Grey.  They live in Anaheim, California, with their two sons and have recently started their own business called Isle Entertainment, Inc.  If you are interested in having Angela Baraquio Grey speak at one of your upcoming events, please contact Joe Condit at www.cmgbooking.com.  For more information on Angela, please visit www.angelaperezbaraquio.com.
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