Miss Madison County
Social Impact: “Beyond the Shock: Breast Cancer Awareness”
Hometown: Reagan, TN
Mackenzie Lewis, Miss Madison County 2020, is a Sophomore at Union University majoring in Nursing. She aspires to obtain her Doctorate in Nursing Practice.
At Union University she is an active member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority where she has served as social chair and is currently serving as philanthropy chair. She also volunteers at the Women’s Clinic, Kirkland’s Cancer Center, Henderson County Relay for Life, and the Carl Perkins Exchange Club. Upon graduating from Scotts Hill High School, she was a recipient of the Tennessee Scholar Award, Congressional Leadership Award, and Leadership Scholarships.
Mackenzie is proud to promote her social initiative “Beyond the Shock”. Her social initiative is very near and dear to her heart. After hearing the statistic that 1 out of every 8 women in the United States, and estimated 5,700 women in Tennessee will be diagnosed with Breast Cancer this year, she knew that she could easily be one of these statistics or a woman in her life that has made Mackenzie the woman that she is today. Mackenzie’s focus is helping women after they hear the “shocking” news, and educating women on the precautions that can be taken.
Mackenzie has been singing and performing since the age of four. Her passion for performance and self-improvement inspired her to compete this year. Mackenzie is the daughter of Marty and Patti Tubbs of Reagan, TN and the late Brad Lewis, and is the proud dog mom of her Shih Tzu, Lucy.