CITY: El Paso, TX




THE PAGEANT: This event is independantly produced and directed by Laura's Production LLC. It promises glamour, excitement, high level of competition, lots of appearances and great prizes and cash courtesy of Laura’s Productions LLC. 

THE COMPETITION:  The pageant will have three categories: casual wear, active wear and formal wear. There will be no swimsuit competition. Five judges will base their decision on physical appearance, poise, posture and runway. The program is a great opportunity for ladies to experience pageantry, meet new friends, make appearances around town, learn how to walk the runway, and develop self-confidence and positive presentation skills. 

- Miss El Paso La Feria ages must be 20-30 years old
- Miss El Paso Teen La Feria ages must from 13-19 years old.
- You may be not be married but can have children.




Jacqueline Piña is an El Paso, TX native who graduated from Montwood High School in 2017. After high school she earned a double bachelors in Communication Disorders and Spanish with a minor in Linguistics from New Mexico State University in the Spring of 2022. She is currently in her second year of graduate school and plans to graduate in May of 2024. She aspires to become a bilingual, pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist in the Las Cruces/El Paso region. 

Jacqueline is the daughter of Fernando and Irma Piña, and is the second oldest among her siblings Valerie, Natalie and Fernando Jr. She enjoys spending time with her family by watching movies together and gathering in the kitchen to eat delicious home cooked meals. Jacqueline also enjoys spending time at the gym, trying new restaurants and traveling.

As your Miss El Paso La Feria 2023, Jacqueline hopes to pour her heart into her community by assisting local communities and charities in need. Lastly, Jacqueline strives to instill confidence in the young children of El Paso as she is a strong believer that confident kids can transform into confident adults who are capable of anything they set their minds to!




Born and raised in El Paso, TX, Gabriela recently graduated from Ysleta High School as the Salutatorian for the Tribe of 2023. In her high school career, Gabriela was not only President for the National English Honor Society, but she was also a 2-year captain for her varsity dance team, Class President, as well as a student ambassador in the Ysleta Districts Advisory Council; where she would meet with representatives from her school district to talk about important issues that needed to be addressed. Along with these titles she was also a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Class Historian, and an event coordinator for all school events. Not only did Gabriela participate in a variety of extracurriculars, but she was also always focused on her academics. Keeping a 4.2 GPA average, she became the Salutatorian of her class and kept her rank since her junior year. But nonetheless, she was always available to give back to her community, in her high school career alone, she was able to gain over 1,000 hours of community service and host many donation drives to help those in need in her community, and the entire community of El Paso. In addition to this she also, made Ysleta High School the first high school in the El Paso area to become annual volunteers for the Salvation Army Holiday Donation Drive at Cielo Vista Mall.  


Because of her academics, Gabriela was awarded multiple scholarships throughout the school year, one of them including the Terry Scholarship.  This specific scholarship will provide her a full ride to The University of Texas at El Paso, covering her tuition, room and board, books, and much more. She will be majoring in Business Administration with a minor in Marketing and Management in hopes to one day partner with large name corporations and own her own business. 


Gabriela loves her city and has a passion to help make a difference in her community. As Miss El Paso Teen La Feria, Gabriela hopes to inspire those she encounters to never give up on themselves and to always be kind to others. She aspires to not only be a role model to girls and young women in her community, but she hopes to be the reason why they learn they are unstoppable. She is a firm believer that a random act of kindness may mean nothing to the world, but it can mean the world to someone, and when we take it upon ourselves to share a smile or give words of encouragement to those we see, together we can make the world a better place. With this title, Gabriela will continue to spread positivity among everyone she meets in hopes to change their minds, their hearts, and perceptions of themselves to always know that they are enough.