Sarah Terán to represent Bolivia at Miss Earth 2021

08 Oct 2021 | Camilla Suarez

The Promociones Gloria organization appointed Miss Bolivia Tierra 2021 in an intimate ceremony hosted on 1st October 2021 where Sarah Terán was designated as the official representative of Bolivia for Miss Earth 2021. She will be representing Bolivia at the upcoming virtual edition of Miss Earth in November 2021. Sarah succeeds Miss Earth Bolivia 2020 Valentina Perez Medina for the title.

The 23 year-old fashion model stands 172 cm tall. She is the CEO of Angeles De Marfil, a charity organization for giving light of hope and support for the awareness of a better world. Not new to pageantry, Sarah previously represented Bolivia in Miss Landscapes International 2019 in Guanghzou, China and placed in the Top 12. She was also named Miss Piel Dorada Bolivia 2016.



After her appointment, Sarah took to her social media to share the start of a new chapter in her life, as she wrote, “First of all I want to thank Promoes Gloria for having trusted me and being by my side in this adventure that began when I was only 14 years old, they were years full of tears, illusions, disappointments, happiness and above all a lot of learning that led me to This moment, thanks above all to God for everything that happens in my life, my mother, family, friends and all the people who give me their unconditional support even without really knowing me, I appreciate it and it gives me strength to continue with this dream. Infinite thanks to the people who will be by my side in this dream.”

Last year, Valentina Perez Medina represented Bolivia at the first-ever virtual pageant, Miss Earth 2020, but unfortunately remained unplaced. For this year’s edition, Sarah will be introduced by the Miss Earth organization in the the ‘Getting to Know You’ session tonight.



This year, Miss Earth takes on the theme “Colors of the Earth” to reflect the vast and unique biodiversity of the world. It also alludes to the brighter outlook on 2021 coming from a rather bleak 2020 due to the pandemic. The organization decided to go with another virtual format for 2021, with the grand coronation scheduled to be held on 21st November 2021.