2014 Miss Indian Arizona Winners

Shasta Dazen was crowned the 53rd Miss Indian Arizona 2014-15 on October 11, 2014. Shasta is from the White Mountain Apache Tribe in the East Central part of Arizona. First Runner-up was Martha Ludlow Martinez, Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community and the Second Runner-up was Shaandiin Paul Parrish, Navajo Nation.

Shasta Dazen is the twenty one year old daughter of Manuel and Naveen Dazen Sr. A personal goal of Shasta’s is to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Educationally, Shasta’s goal is to gain a better knowledge of her traditions. She says, “I’m willing to do all that I can for my People, Knowledge is POWER!”

Her hobbies include riding her horses, hiking, beading and working with her Young Women’s Church Group. Shasta is a member of the ... read more

2014 Miss Indian Arizona Winners

Miss Indian Arizona – Shasta Lee Dazen, White Mountain Apache Tribe
1st Attendent - Martha Ludlow Martinez, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
2nd Attendent - Shaandiin Paarish, Navajo Nation

Miss Congeniality – Miriam May, San Carlos Apache Tribe
Essay Award – Shelyne Twist, Cocopah Indian Tribe
Community Service Award – Martha Ludlow Martinez,Salt river Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Oral Presentation – Shasta Lee Dazen, White Mountain Apache Tribe
Talent Award – Martha Ludlow Martinez, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Evening Wear Award – Miriam May, San Carlos Apache Tribe


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