OFIW is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization registered with the state of Oklahoma. Founded in 1969, OFIW works to promote the action of purpose in preserving the cultural heritage and identity of each Indian tribe, and to develop ways of depicting the Indian woman as taking her place in the world today. OFIW members and titleholders come from all across

Oklahoma representing many different tribes of our state and our nation.


OFIW holds several fundraising events throughout the year to raise money for our annual events and the reinstated Miss & Jr Miss Indian Oklahoma scholarship fund. We recognize the importance of these events and strive to make each year a success.

Donations are accepted. Please use the button here. 

2019 Titleholders

Miss Indian Oklahoma
Breana Hill
Muscogee Creek Nation
Platform: Indian Child Welfare and the Importance of Fostering
Jr. Miss Indian Oklahoma
Akiane Bates
Absentee Shawnee
Platform: Meth & Me: Restoring life & Adverting the Path!

Annual Events

  • Join us in November for our 2019 Miss & Jr. Miss Indian Oklahoma Pageant.

  • The Miss & Jr Miss Indian Oklahoma Honor Powwow is a cultural event that is free, family oriented, and open to the public. 

  • A special event that OFIW hosts to acknowledge the Statewide Award winners and honor the outgoing titleholders.

Upcoming  Events


April 19th, 2020

OFIW Quarterly Meeting

2:00 pm

Zoom Meeting (phone/video conference call ONLY) 

We are NOT meeting together due to the recommendation of no meetings larger than 10 people. 

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