Emile Eich sashed as new Miss Indian Arizona 1 st Attendant
On February 19, 2023, a small ceremony was held at the Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona office in Phoenix, AZ, for the sashing of a new Miss Indian Arizona First Attendant. Lehua Lani Dosela, of the Gila River Indian Community, resigned as first attendant moving Emile Eich, from the Navajo Nation, to take on the First Attendant role
Emile is the 25-year-old daughter of Tom and Ameila Eich. On pageant night, October 8, 2022, she received the Best Evening Wear Award. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychological Science with University Honors from Northern Arizona University. She is pursuing a Master of Science in Program Evaluation and Data Analytics from Arizona State University
Emile's platform is to support the physical and mental wellbeing of Native Americans through reconnections with our traditional lands. The Miss Indian Arizona Association would like to extend their gratitude to Lehua Lani Dosela and wish all the best for her future endeavors.
2023-24 Miss Indian Arizona Scholarship Program
October 14, 2023
Chandler Center for the Arts 250 N. Arizona Avenue, Chandler, AZ
Open to the Public, 5 years and older, wearing of masks is optional
Cost: $18.00 plus $2.00 service fee
Theme: "Miss Indian Arizona – Celebrating who we are as Tribal People Through Traditional Singing and Dancing"
Applications for participation may be submitted beginning on June 1, 2023