|Teri Brown Walker|
Guyana debuted in 1956 as the British Guiana until 1966 under the Miss British Guiana pageant. The very first Miss Universe British Guiana in that epoch, was Rosalind Iva Joan Fung from Georgetown. The British Guiana beauty pageant existed from 1947 when Phyllis Woolford won the first Miss British Guiana pageant.  In 1999, the Guyana sash used on the Miss Universe stage for the first time.  In 2016 the pageant was renamed from Miss Guyana (from previous directorship) to Miss Universe Guyana under Moonlight Productions. In 2023, the Miss Universe Guyana license was granted to Mrs. Brown Walker, an American director. 
On September 12, 2012, for the first time in history, Leila Lopes, Miss Universe 2011 of Angola attended the final of Miss Guyana 2012 while Ruqayyah Boyer declared as the new titleholder of Guyana.
- Queen of the Beauties of the Guianas (1956)
- Miss Guyana Association (1999)
- Odinga Lumumba (2002)
- Moonlight Productions, Jyoti Hardat (2016)
- Teri Brown Walker (2023)
Titleholder under Miss Universe Guyana org.
Miss Guyana Universe
- : Declared as Winner
- : Ended as runner-up or top 5/6 qualification
- : Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
- : Ended as special awards winner
- On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.
|Year||Region||Miss Universe Guyana||Placement at Miss Universe||Special Awards||Notes|
|2023||Pomeroon-Supenaam||Lisa Narine||Unplaced||Teri Brown Walker directorship.|
|Did not compete between 2018—2022|
|2016||Demerara-Mahaica||Soyini Fraser||Unplaced||Miss Universe Guyana Organization — Jyoti Hardat (Moonlight Production) directorship.|
|2008||Did not compete|
|2007||Demerara-Mahaica||Meleesa Natasha Payne||Unplaced|
|2005||Upper Demerara-Berbice||Candisie Franklin||Unplaced|
|2004||Essequibo Islands-West Demerara||Odessa Abenaa Phillips||Unplaced|
|2003||East Berbice-Corentyne||Leanna Yulanie Damond||Unplaced|
|2002||Demerara-Mahaica||Mia Rahaman||Unplaced||Odinga Lumumba directorship.|
|Did not compete between 2000—2001|
|1999||Demerara-Mahaica||Morvinia Sobers||Unplaced||Miss Guyana Association directorship ― The first time by using Guyana sash on the Miss Universe stage.|
|Did not compete between 1967—1998|
|1966||Demerara-Mahaica||Umblita Claire Van Sluytman||Unplaced||The last Miss British Guiana at Miss Universe pageant.|
|1965||Demerara-Mahaica||Cheryl Viola Cheeng||Unplaced|
|1964||Demerara-Mahaica||Mary Rande Holl||Unplaced|
|Did not compete between 1959—1962|
|1957||Did not compete|
|1956||Demerara-Mahaica||Rosalind Iva Joan Fung||Unplaced||Miss Vigorelli and Queen of the Beauties of the Guianas 1956 ― as Miss British Guiana.|
- Stabroeknews (8 October 2011). "Beauty pageants – a look back". Stabroek News. Retrieved 8 October 2011.
- Guyana Chronicle (21 April 2002). "Former Miss Guyana Universe speaks out". landofsixpeoples.com. Retrieved 16 April 2023.
- Guyana Chronicle (14 April 2023). "Former Miss Guyana Universe speaks out". landofsixpeoples.com. Retrieved 16 April 2023.
- jayblessed.com (September 12, 2012). "Ruqayyah Boyer, Miss Guyana Universe 2012". jayblessed.com. Archived from the original on October 16, 2012. Retrieved September 19, 2012.
- jayblessed.com (October 8, 2013). "Katherina Roshana is Miss Guyana Universe 2013". kaieteurnewsonline.com. Retrieved October 8, 2013.
- Fredericks, Deneita (3 September 2023). "Lisa Narine is new Miss Universe Guyana". Stabroek News. Retrieved 2023-09-03.