Building life skills and self-confidence

Miss RemarkAble is a pageant for women with disabilities ages 13 and older.  The Miss RemarkAble Pageant provides a platform for these women to build their confidence and self-esteem through educational workshops in the morning, as well as one-on-one interviews, ending the day with the on-stage pageant portion.  During the pageant, the contestants will introduce themselves, answer an on-stage question, and their RemarkAble Me Videos will be played.  All ten contestants will receive their own personalized title, along with a crown, sash and flowers.

Application Information

Applications are closed. 

Event Details

Vote for Miss RemarkAble Janesville 2020 here.

About the Event

Miss RemarkAble was created by Aptiv, as an event to give women with disabilities the ability to build life skills and self-confidence. This event is a fundraiser that benefits the Aptiv Foundation, which generates charitable gifts to fund facility improvements, new programming and equipment needs for services provided to people with disabilities. The Aptiv Foundation provides the financial resources to create new projects, programs, initiatives or purchase adaptive equipment for the individuals with disabilities served by Aptiv.

All proceeds from the event are utilized to ensure that people with disabilities can achieve a more confident and connected experience in our community.

For more information and for help with the application, please contact Aptiv Foundation at or call 920-659-5869.‬


2020 Contestants

Sierra LaBrie

Sierra is a senior at Lakeland School whose favorite things to do are study math and English, hang out with friends, listen to music and draw. 

She is on the Special Olympics team at Lakeland and plays soccer, gymnastics, swimming, track & field and volleyball. 

Sierra has 4 sisters, 2 dogs, and loves Italian food! 

She hopes to make her great grandparents proud and to show her leadership skills. 

Amanda Heard

Amanda can be found taking walks or doing arts and crafts, a few of the things she loves.

She is helpful, compassionate, and funny!

Amanda is on the Special Olympics bowling team. She also loves wrestling, football and basketball. 

Her dream job would to be a nurse, because she loves to help people. 

Eve Terwillinger

Eve has tons of compassion for other people, including her dream of being a counselor to help people who are homeless.

She also loves spreading happiness to other people, being fun, kind and generous, even when she can be a quiet person sometimes.

She loves football, basketball and Nascar, and spends her free time doing crossword puzzels, enjoying nature, helping her fellow humans. 




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