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The Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women (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 Native American tribe, and to develop ways of depicting the Native American woman as taking her place in the world today. OFIW members and titleholders come from all across our great state, representing many different tribes. 


OFIW holds several fundraising events throughout the year to raise money for our annual events and to be involved in our communities. We recognize the importance of these events and strive to make each year a success.

Thank you for visiting our site. Please consider becoming a member or giving a donation by clicking below. 

Support OFIW

Miss & Jr Miss Indian Oklahoma Application

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2023 Titleholders

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Miss Indian Oklahoma
Lily Painter

Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska &
Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma

Platform: Storytelling, Creativity, and the Transfer of Indigenous Knowledge
Jr. Miss Indian Oklahoma
MeKiah A'su-yet-a Carey

Cherokee Nation, Mississippi Band of Choctaw & Choctaw Nation

Platform: Cultural Preservation by Language Revitalization


Annual Events

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