Chelsea Dubczak, 23, of Urbandale, Iowa, became Miss Iowa 2017 after competition ended Saturday night at Davenport’s Adler Theatre.
Dubczak, this year’s Miss Metro, is the daughter of Lori Dubczak. She attends Drake University where she is pursuing a bachelor’s of music in vocal performance.
Her future goals include being a nutritional therapy practitioner, strength and conditioning coach, and cruise ship entertainer. Her platform is Ladies Who Lift: Encouraging young women to pursue their strongest selves. Her talent is opera.
Dubczak will represent Iowa in the Miss America Pageant in September in Atlantic City.
First runner-up was Emmy Cuvelier, 21, of Collins, Iowa, who is this year’s Miss Central Iowa.
Second runner-up was Maggie Gehlsen, 21, of DeWitt. She is this year’s Miss Clinton County.
Third runner-up was Jessica Baker, 24, of Coralville. She is this year’s Miss Lake Cooper.
Fourth runner-up was Johannah Vittetoe, 22, of Washington. She is this year’s Miss Southeast Iowa.
Miss Iowa’s Outstanding Teen 2017 is Lydia Fisher, this year's Miss Muscatine's Outstanding Teen. Fisher, 14, of Wapello, attends Wapello High School. Her goal is to be a cardio-thoracic surgeon. Her platform is Educating the Voters of Tomorrow. Her talent is tap dance.
Fisher will represent Iowa in the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen pageant in Orlando, Florida, in August.
First runner-up was Cali Wilson, 16, of Norwalk, Iowa. She is this year’s Miss Polk County’s Outstanding Teen.
Second runner-up was Alexis Ashton, 17, of Solon, Iowa. She is this year’s Miss Greater Des Moines’ Outstanding Teen.
Third runner-up was McKenna Tackes, 17, of Keokuk, Iowa. She is this year’s Miss Cedar Valley's Outstanding Teen.
Fourth runner-up was Carissa Johnson, 15, of Muscatine. She was this year’s Miss Scott County’s Outstanding Teen.