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Emily Poeschl
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Birthdate September 4, 1984 (1984-09-04) (age 25)
Birth location Lincoln, Nebraska
United States
Birth name Emily Elizabeth Poeschl
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Eye colour Brown
Hair colour Blonde
Ethnicity White/Caucasian

Emily Elizabeth Poeschl (born September 4, 1984) is a beauty queen from Lincoln, Nebraska who has competed in the Miss USA pageant.

Poeschl was crowned Miss Nebraska USA 2006 on October 9, 2005 in Norfolk, Nebraska.[1] This was her second attempt at the title, having placed in the top six in 2004. As Miss Nebraska USA, Poeschl was a representative of the Vanbros organization, which directs the Miss USA state pageants in Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma.

Poeschl represented Nebraska in the Miss USA 2006 pageant, broadcast live from Baltimore, Maryland on April 21, 2006. She failed to place in the nationally televised pageant, which was won by Tara Conner of Kentucky.

Having graduated from Lincoln Southeast High School in 2002, Poeschl pursued a marketing degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln which she completed in December, 2006. In 2007 she it was announced that she would become a Corporate Marketing Account Executive for the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights.[2]

At university, Poeschl was involved with her sorority Delta Gamma. She served as Director of Electronic Communications for three years, as Director of Sponsorship and was an Honor Board member-at-large and the Vice President of Membership. In recognition of her dedication to Delta Gamma, Poeschl was rewarded by being named “Outstanding Junior” her junior year in the house.


  1. ^ Szalewski, Susan (2005-10-10). "UNL marketing major, Ralston senior win pageant crowns". Omaha World-Herald. p. 02B.  
  2. ^ "Knights Announce Front Office Additions". Our Sports Central. 2007-03-06. Retrieved 2007-03-07.  

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Preceded by
Jana Murrell
Miss Nebraska USA
Succeeded by
Geneice Wilcher


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