Miss Fiesta San Antonio 2023 - Jazzlyn Grace Ramirez

Miss Fiesta San Antonio 2023 - Jazzlyn Grace Ramirez

Miss Fiesta San Antonio 2023, Jazzlyn Grace Ramirez, has a deep love for everything Fiesta. This grew from her childhood as she sat perched upon her father’s shoulders watching the parade floats and celebrating the city’s history and heritage. As each year passed and she became more involved, her love for Fiesta grew deeper.  

Jazzlyn is a 21-year-old native San Antonian, she grew up on the eastside of the city, surrounded by a loving family. She attended Antonian College Preparatory High School and graduated in 2020. Roll Tribe! Her parents Melissa Mota Ramirez and Gilbert Ramirez are proud public servants who have worked for the city for over a combined 50 years! Jazzlyn is blessed with a large extended family with eleven generations of Texans who live in San Antonio and Dallas. She has numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents who have introduced her to discovering her ancestors. Her ancestors have been traced back to the 1836 Battle of the Alamo. She is a direct, lineal descendant of Concepcion de Los Angeles Charli Losoya, the mother of Toribio Losoya with siblings Juan and Juana all who fought, survived, and lived on the Alamo grounds. Jazzlyn is a member of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas Alamo Couriers Chapter. Her grandmother Patricia Ann Mota is the First Vice President of the Alamo Couriers Chapter and speaks often of the city’s history. Jazzlyn embraces the 300 plus years of her family history and is proud to have the opportunity as Miss Fiesta to make her own historical contributions.

In addition to her involvement in The Daughters of the Republic of Texas and her role as Miss Fiesta San Antonio, Jazzlyn is pursuing a degree in Business Administration at The University of the Incarnate Word. She is a Senior and is expected to graduate in 2023. She is employed with Forma, LLC., where she started as a Human Resource Assistant. Currently, as an Accounting Assistant, she enjoys collaborating with her team to ensure accounting excellence.  

In her role as Miss Fiesta 2023, Jazzlyn hopes to serve as an ambassador of goodwill and champion all that Fiesta represents. She embraces the open sharing of our diverse cultures, customs, and histories and intends to promote an appreciation for one another wherever she goes. Jazzlyn has a profound love of our city and is honored to be a part of the “party with a purpose” celebration that has been a valued tradition in the hearts of all who live and visit San Antonio. Raising money for non-profits is a benefit to San Antonians. Jazzlyn recognizes that this reign is an honor and a privilege to serve her community.

Her positive energy and love for service has led her to volunteer with numerous organizations including Jammin Jams with the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department, the Sensory Bunny Event, Rehabarama, Habitat for Humanity, Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church, the San Antonio Food Bank and the San Antonio Martin Luther King Jr. Annual March. Her sister Zada Faith Ramirez and brother Gilbert Blazze Ramirez support Jazzlyn in her passion for public service and often attend events with her. In her free time, she loves to try new recipes and has become a fantastic “home chef.” When she is not making delicious and healthy dishes, she enjoys riding her horse and spending time outdoors with friends and family. 


Suzi Otis-Garrett
Director of Sponsorships & Marketing
210-227-5191 x 108
Fiesta San Antonio Foundation
2611 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78215