The Global United Pageant is a philanthropic program committed to seeking contestants and title holders who exemplify the beauty that comes from serving others in the community. Our pageant pairs with organizations from all over the world to give to those in need.This pageant works each year to help raise funds for childhood cancer research. This is why our crowns each hold a gold ribbon in them to represent Childhood Cancer Awareness.
Congratulations to our our 2019 titleholders:
Ambassador- Amanda Kemp (USA)
Miss Global United - Sonia Howen (USA)
Ms Global United- Cass Ho (Malaysia),
Mrs Global United- Karla Barreto (Peru),
Classic Ms Global United- Yolimar Quintero (Venezuela),
Elite Ms Global United- Unathi Nare (South Africa)
Ambassador -Teresa Mudrow (USA)
We are proud of our
Global United Titleholders!
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Meet Our Titleholder of the Month,
Global United Ambassador
"The Global United Pageant touches the lives of so many, which is evident when the delegates visit the hospital to provide a special day for the kids with cancer. "...The [gold] sashes are emblematic to the big heart of GOLD that the directors delegates all have."
--Valerie S., Hawaii
"Being an ambassador for Global United has made me realize my own worth. I've held online titles in the past and have always viewed the crown and sash like a "costume" I could hide behind. Like Clark Kent putting on the cape to become Superman, I wanted to help others, but I felt as if I wasn't wanted "as is". The wonderful directors and lifetime queens at Global United made me see that I am worth every single jewel they've placed on my head. This pageant has completely changed the way I think about myself and I highly recommend this pageant to EVERY woman!"
"I live in a very rural area with very limited access to after school activities. Dance and skating lessons are in another town and are quite expensive. Not many students in our local elementary school can afford the cost of the lessons or have a ride to get there. I used my experience as a cheerleader in high school and college to start an after school cheer program for grades 1-6. We have fundraisers for uniforms and there's no registration cost. Because I wanted this program to be open to all, there's also no tryouts. The only requirement to belong is a commitment to making the school a better place by following school rules and promoting the squad's anti-bullying programs. We strive to find something that each cheerleader excels at and showcase their unique talents. Everything from sideline cheer, stunts, and tumbling to promoting school spirit by making handmade cards for students in need of some extra cheer."
"In 2016 I received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for community service and was given a gold medal by former President Obama"