Miss Indian North Carolina Scholarship Pageant

2018-2019 Miss Indian North Carolina
Raven Dial Stanley

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Miss Stanley a member of the Lumbee Tribe of Lumberton, NC and the 19 year old daughter of Nora Dial-Stanley and Steve Stanley of Kernersville NC,She has a twin brother, Ryan.Raven is a sophomore at the University of NC Greensboro where she is majoring in Comsumer, Apparel, Retail Studies concentrating in Apparel Design.She grew up in Kernersville,NC but has always maintained close ties with her maternal family in Pembroke and Maxton.Throughout her life she has been involved in her native heritage.
She has been a member of the One Spirit Cultural Class and Dance Team where she, along with her family, traveled extensively across the state sharing Native culture. She was the Co-Chair of the One Spririt Youth Council where she was a representative at the North Carolina Native American Youth Organization  (NCNAYO) and later crown as Miss NCNAYO. As a representartive of the One Spririt Youth Council She attended the United National Indian Tribal Youth Conference and the White House Tribal Youth Gathering in Washington DC with guest speaker Michelle Obama. As a freshman in college , she made the Dean's List and served as the Vice-President of the Native American Student Association.She is currently a member and Vice-President of the Alpha Pi Omega Sorority Expansion Chapter at UNCG. She is also a recipient of the Catching the Dream Scholarship. Raven has received numerous awards for her own beadwork at the Annual NC Indian Unity Conference.