Angelina Steinmeyer                      (Comanche)

Hello, my name is Angelina Steinmeyer. I am the daughter of Allison and Kelly Steinmeyer and the granddaughter of Carlotta Harjo-Nowell. I am the great granddaughter of Gladys Ticeahkie and Benjamin Toahty. I am a proud member of the Comanche Nation and a descendant if Wisisichi, one of the last leaders of the Quahada band.

I am 15 years old and I live in Norman, Oklahoma. I went to elementary school at Hugh Bish, in Lawton where I maintained a 4.0 from 1st grade through 5th grade. I went to MacArthur middle school also in Lawton where I maintained a 4.0 from 6th grade to 7th grade when I began my adventure in homeschooling. I have since maintained a 4.0 grade status since I began homeschooling. My course-load for this semester includes Traditional Irish/Bluegrass Violin, Cantonese language and writing, Comanche Language, and all of my core classes (Geometry, English, Chemistry, and History). When I graduate High School, I plan on attending the University of Oklahoma where I will major in Skeletal/Biological Anthropology with a specialization in paleopathology. 

In my free time, I am currently a recommended black belt at Norman Martial Arts where I am on the black belt performance team. I specialize in a combination of Taekwondo and Jiu-Jitsu. I recently won both 2nd place in forms and 2nd place in sparring at a state-wide tournament between individuals practicing many different disciplines.

I am a volunteer at Norman Public Library West where I have worked since 2016 shelving books, setting up enrichment programs, helping others, and helping with “Storytime” which is a program for toddlers and babies which provides them with a base to begin understanding how to read and speak.

In the Fall and Spring seasons I also work for the Norman Youth Soccer Association where I have been a referee for three years. During my referee career I have been and active referee in eight competitive tournaments. I began playing soccer in Kindergarten and have played competitively and recreationally ever since.

I am an active member of the group, Matriarch that focuses on empowering indigenous women and enriching Native communities.  During my time around these wonderful ladies I have learned the real beauty and importance in supporting and empowering other Indigenous women. My Matriarch aunties have taught me what it means to my community for me to be a strong, resilient, respectful, and humble Comanche woman. 

I love being Comanche and my culture! I am an avid beadworker and I enjoy making regalia for my family and myself. I recently began learning how to sew and have been focusing on leaning how to make my own dresses and ribbon skirts.  Every Thursday I attend Comanche language classes in Oklahoma City at the Comanche Nation Outreach office. Spending this time with Sam and the ladies of the class has been a real blessing in my life.

My family and I are members of both the Comanche Reformed Church in Lawton, OK and of Norman First American Methodist Church of Norman, OK. I hope you to see you during my reign and I promise to fulfill the expectations and procedures that comes with being the good-will ambassador of the Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women and a representative of all 39 tribes in the state of Oklahoma. Thank you for your support in helping me attain my dream! Udah!

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Oct. 20th, 2019

OFIW Quarterly Meeting

2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Zarrow Regional Library

2224 West 51st Street

Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104

Please plan to attend this meeting if you are a current member


Nov. 1st, 2019

2019 Miss & Jr. Miss Indian Oklahoma Scholarship Pageant

6:00 pm

McSwain Theatre

130 W. Main Street

Ada, OK

Honor Pow Wow for 2018 Miss Indian Oklahoma, Amberly Proctor and 2018 Jr. Miss Indian Oklahoma, Angelina Steinmeyer

Ada, OK


Nov. 2nd, 2019

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