Miss International Job’s Daughter

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Miss International Job’s Daughter is chosen each year at a pageant held during Supreme Session.  Contestants representing their home jurisdictions come from all over the world to compete.  There are various competitions and interviews that each contestant undergoes, and the winner will then represent Job’s Daughters International for the coming year.  This year, Miss Taila Gouge of Queensland was crowned as the new Miss International Job’s Daughter on July 28, 2016. For information on registering for this year’s pageant, please visit the Supreme Session Competitions page.

 

Taila Gouge, PHQ Queensland

Miss International Job’s Daughter 2016-2017

Theme You’re the Voice
Prayer The Serenity Prayer

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.”

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Emblem Microphone and Golden Guitar
Colors Black, Silver, and Gold
Motto “Be a voice for yourself, someone else, and Job’s Daughters International.”
Term Lyrics Be the Voice- Make them stop and listen, go and make a difference

Be the Voice- For yourself and another, say what you gotta

You have got the power and the choice

So stand up and be the Voice.

Be the Voice- Written & Composed by Taila Gouge

Australian Role Model Bindy Irwin

Past Miss International Job’s Daughters

Year Name Jurisdiction
1971 Ruth Kam Lin Meyers Pennsylvania
1972 Jo Ann Iles Michigan
1973 Lori Chambers Oklahoma
1974 Megan Dorkins Fritts Colorado
1975 Julie Romohr Nebraska
1976 Corinne Matthews Alberta
1977 Cindy Buchenroth Wyoming
1978 Laura Nona Freeman Virginia
1979 Kimberley Fulcher District of Columbia
1980 Nancy Cole Farace Pennsylvania
1981 Ruth Edgar Oklahoma
1982 Sherri Lynn Butler Virginia
1983 Elizabeth Lee Thomas Virginia
1984 Holly Stone Maryland
1985 Vanessa Dickie Fowler Queensland
1986 Michelle Kaneakua Hawaii
1987 Stephanie Wood Nebraska
1988 Teri Flick Colorado
1989 Wendy Eastburn-Teal Delaware
1990 Lonna Seibert Maryland
1991 Lisa Cianfarani Krijnen Ontario
1992 Jennifer Mentel Barnes Illinois
1993 Kae Young Hamilton Nevada
1994 Kay Weber Washington
1995 Erin George Jespersen Wyoming
1996 Marion Jaimee Uy-Abian Philippines
1997 Amber Volner South Dakota
1998 Amanda LeBlanc Minnesota
1999 Tracy Dahl Washington
2000 Carmen Wilson Jenkinsons Queensland
2001 Julie Ramey Oregon
2002 Carrie Gonsor (Resigned 10/26/2002), Amanda Centers (Crowned 10/26/2002) South Dakota, Kentucky
2003 Megan Cook Idaho
2004 Teirnee Childers Arizona
2006 Erin Weisshaar Wyoming
2007 Brittney Utley Indiana
2008 Megan Semaniuk Alberta
2009 Anastasiya Kryzhanivska Alberta
2010 Aline Busnardo Goias
2011 Brianna Richards Alberta
2012 Emily Dyer Wisconsin
2013 Brianna Hall Missouri
2014 Caitlyn Washington Missouri
2015 Sarah Leeper Nebraska