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.
Our LIVE international pageant is postponed until 2021. Want to still compete this year? Check out our LIVE ONLINE program and award presentations HERE!
Taking place Sept. 25 - 26!
Don't forget our email-in pageants HERE.
We are proud of our
Global United Titleholders!
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to learn more about them.
Congratulations to our our 2019 - 2021 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)
Meet Our Titleholder of the Month
Elite Ms Global United
From South Africa
"Mother of 2 and a wife, means so much to me. My family is important because it provides love, support and mostly a shoulder to lean on when things don't go my way. My husband pushed me to persevere no matter the challenges."
"One thing I enjoy doing is community service, I have so much passion in what I do and would never trade it for anything else in life. I have work with women in different fields as Empowerment is my daily and also youth Empowerment, looking at finding your path, while traveling."
Unathi says she has an optimistic view on life, guidelines that are always useful and is able to balance her life. She is patient and has a great attitude towards couching. She neither looks down on other people nor judges their way of living instead she gets to know and understand each person.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"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