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I choose the name Empress because the word Empress sends a feeling of worth, power, royalty and supremacy. The cause of this pageant is uniting the world through beauty, tourism and humanity with leadership qualities! Being of a royal nature our queens will advocate for to lead youths on the righteous part of life, encouraging the right to an education and fighting against domestic and child abuse.  We will promote human rights and right to life
Fabulous Greetings,
Miss Empress International is operated by the Trinidad & Tobago Global Pageant Organization, a non-stock and non-profit organization. Our chosen ambassador will be an advocate of beauty, tourism and humanity. Being of royal nature, we strive to empower young women of today's society and bring forth the true beauty.

Our Purpose
To raise the standard of the pageant community
To inspire young women to become their greatest self
To enhance the personal development of all ambassadors
To provide a platform for intelligent women to speak beyond their beauty
To become a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves

Throughout the chosen ambassador's tenure we will advocate and celebrate women’s intellect, beauty and charisma as an ambassador to promote tourism and culture while creating awareness for the importance of education, human rights and fight against domestic violence/child abuse. The cause of this pageant is uniting the world through beauty, tourism and humanity with leadership qualities! Being of a royal nature our queens will advocate for to lead youths on the righteous part of life, encouraging the right to an education and fighting against domestic and child abuse. We will promote human rights and right to life

Miss Empress International is also geared towards serving as a fund raising activity for projects that would benefit orphans, battered women, indigent families and other less fortunate members of society. As we strive to follow in the footsteps of the mother of all pageants Miss World Beauty Pageant and its moto of “Beauty with a Purpose”. We recognize the importance and positive attributes of beauty pageants in today’s society and aims to promote pageantry in a positive light and use its forum to serve the greater good of society and humanity.

For the launch of this inaugural pageant event in 2015, the host country will be the beautiful twin island republic of Trinidad & Tobago with its vast greenery, oceans and rivers, popularly known as the land of Carnival and Soca music.

Qualifications for Participation:
-           Naturally born women, single, have never been married and never given birth.
-           Between ages 17-26 years of age (during reigning period)
-           At least 5feet 4 inches in height and taller (164.6cm)
-           Has an all-rounded beauty of face, physique, characteristics and personality
-           Knowledge of tourism, culture and aiding causes in her country
-           Good moral character.

Criteria of Judging:
-           Goodwill Project that each contestant will be required to conduct in their country and present in    form of project, pictures and video clips
-           Pre Judging Interview
-           Talent (3mins)
-           National costume
-           Swimwear (Red in colour either two piece of whole suit)
-           Evening gown
-           Final Question & Answer

Interested Parties who wish to become NATIONAL DIRECTORS or DELAGATES of MISS EMPRESS INTERNATIONAL Beauty pageants please email you letter of intent, background and resume to and cc:



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