2022 Miss Fontana Court
Giselle Aparicio is an honors student at the California State University of San Bernardino. She is majoring in biology and aspires to become an orthodontist. Giselle is a graduate of A.B Miller High School and currently volunteers as an AVID college tutor at the high school. She enjoys working with students and giving back to the program that once helped her as a first-generation college student. Her favorite place in the city of Fontana is the Lewis Library and Technology Center. Growing up in Fontana she has very fond memories of researching and volunteering at the Lewis Library.
Brigit Santibanez, a graduate student from Fontana High School, has lived in Fontana for nearly 10 years. Currently she is attending San Bernardino Valley as a business major with a goal to one day create her own business that coincides with her passion in helping others. She enjoys giving back to the community and hopes to motivate, influence, and create an impact in the prosperous city of Fontana.
A lifelong resident of Fontana, Aiyana Fox graduated from Summit High School and currently attends California Baptist University in Riverside, CA as a Psychology major and a member of their cheerleading team. Aiyana plans to dedicate her life to the mental wellbeing of children by becoming a Children’s Clinical Psychologist and hopes to bring her practice back to Fontana in the future. Grateful for the opportunities she has to serve her community, Aiyana thanks her friends, family, and the Miss Fontana Organization for their support.
Alondra Cabrera is a Summit High School Graduate and is now attending Cal State San Bernardino. She plans to major in Political Science to become a Lawyer. Alondra was born and raised in the city of Fontana and loves attending community events, and taking the time to give back to the people of her city.
Amy Villanueva was born in Las Vegas, Nevada and moved to Fontana, California, at a young age. She attended Etiwanda High School and later graduated from UC Berkeley, where she double-majored in Public Health and Molecular & Cell Biology. Amy currently works at Make-A-Wish but is an aspiring physician. She hopes to open her medical clinic in the Inland Empire and serve her community. She enjoys horse riding, the beach, and working out in her spare time. Amy is excited to serve the City of Fontana and inspire young girls to pursue their dreams!
Miranda Cortes graduated from Bloomington High School and is currently attending Cal Poly Pomona majoring in Animal Science. Ever since little she dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. She loves horse riding, hiking, and anything new. Her goals in life are to help animals, her community, and to live life to the fullest.