Miss Native American USA is dedicated to recognize and honor Native American women.
To encourage Native American women achieve their personal goals, build character, enhance self-esteem, and develop leadership skills.
To utilize the name Miss Native American USA to help promote, address, support, and collaborate in areas of continuing education, domestic violence, alcohol & drugs, suicide, teenage pregnancy, youth violence, AIDS, diabetes prevention and intervention in Urban and Native Americans Communities.
To encourage volunteerism, provide goodwill service in Native American communities and in urban society.
The concept for Miss Native American World originated in 1983 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Indigenous, young women from all over North America compete for this most prestigious crown. Miss Native American World is selected by acquiring points in a variety of categories and must be knowledgeable about the Tribe(s) and Traditions she will be representing. At the end of the five day competition, the contestant with the highest accumulated points will be crowned Miss Native American World to reign for one year. (Source)
For more details, application, rules & regulations form, or to make a donation, become a sponsor, volunteer please email firstname.lastname@example.org
MEDIA CONTACT: email@example.com
Miss Native American, USA 2012 Pageant and Health & Wellness Committee;
Tashina Atine, Director/Owner
Darrell Marks, VP
Krissy Bergen, Health & Wellness Assistant
Carlena Goodman, Head Volunteer Manager
Jacqulyn Woodworth, Pageant Assistant
DeWayne Dawson, Public Relations
Levi Blackwolf, Official Photographer
Anthony Collins, Official Photographer
Chelynn Benally, MUA
Christine De Angelia, MUA
Photo provided by Levi Blackwolf, Wolfnphotographies
Shaylin Shabi (Navajo), Miss Native American USA 2012-2013. Photo: Anthony "Thosh" Collins.
Sage Honga (Hualapai/Navajo), 1st Attendant 2012-2013. Photo: Anthony "Thosh" Collins.