Ms. NLA, later Ms. NLA International [Edit]
Ms. NLA, later called Ms. NLA International, was a leather title bestowed by the National Leather Association (which since 1991 has been called the National Leather Association-International); the title was bestowed from 1987 to 1995.
All years listed over the names are the years that person won the title’s contest; however, their titles were for the following year from 1987 to 1989. Contests were held at the National Leather Association of Seattle’s May Day celebrations. In 1990 the contest was switched to the National Leather Association’s Living In Leather conference in October of each year. The title was retired in 1996; however, some chapters continued the titles and fed them to International Ms. Leather as well as other feeders in their nations or states.
Jan Brown, Vancouver, British Columbia
Cherie Matisse, Seattle
Ruth Marks, San Francisco
Laura Goodwin, Connecticut
K. T. Chase, Portland, Oregon
Artemis Silver Owl, Dallas
Mary Dante, Calgary/Toronto
Stacey, New York