Royalty For 2024 Days of ’47 Celebration

International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, in partnership with Days of ’47, Inc., is pleased to announce the 2024 royalty: Queen Elizabeth Rampton, Attendant Korissa Behunin, and Attendant Tiffany Gunnell. Elizabeth Rampton is pursuing a BA in English with a speciality in Literary Studies at Brigham Young University with a minor in cultural dance. She was heavily involved in teaching reading, writing and working with struggling students to develop literacy. She has a passion for musical theater and all that comes with it, singing, dancing, acting, speaking etc. She used these talents while serving as a Nauvoo performing missionary for her church. She participates with the Heart + Voice Show Choir. Elizabeth is the daughter of Rhett & Jessica Rampton from Kaysville, UT. Korissa Behunin is enrolled at Brigham Young University studying to receive her BS degree in nursing with plans to become a Nurse Anesthetist. When she was deciding on a career path, she had one goal in mind, whatever she decided to do she wanted to help people. She served a mission in France and Switzerland for her church. Korissa has studied and played the harp for a decade. She is trained in multiple styles of dance including ballet which gave her the opportunity to dance as a lead dancer in her studio’s performances and Ballet West’s Nutcracker. Korissa is the daughter of Ben & Julianna Behunin from Riverton, UT. Tiffany Gunnell has been a ballroom dancer since the age of nine, and won numerous national championship first place titles. She has sung and performed in musicals, small groups, duets, and solo performances. She served a mission in Texas for her church and is always looking for opportunities to serve in her community. She is a photographer starting her own business. One of her goals is to offer photo sessions to people with health challenges who may be unable to afford professional photos. She completed the BYU Pathways Connect program. Tiffany is the daughter of Neil & Jeanette Gunnell from Elk Ridge, UT. The trio was chosen during a scholarship competition. They were evaluated by a panel of judges based on their responses and video submissions centered on this year’s theme, “Stout Pioneer Hearts – Lift Others!” Their goals, accomplishments, poise, leadership, answers to judges’ questions, and being a direct descendant of a Utah pioneer who came to the Salt Lake Valley between 1847 and May 10, 1869 were other qualifications. During their reign the Royalty will attend many events for Days of ’47, and International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, in addition to speaking at youth, church, community and civic organizations. The Royalty strive to honor the legacy of Utah Pioneers and Utah’s collective heritage by involving themselves within the community throughout the year, endeavoring to instill awareness, a greater understanding and appreciation of the faith, fortitude and courage of the trailblazers of our state. These women are ambassadors for Days of ’47, International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers and the State of Utah. To schedule an appearance by ISDUP/Days of ’47 Royalty members, contact Constance Huntsman, 801-450-2757 or

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