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07 – Solange Sinclair – Miss New Heights Construction

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Personal Info

  • Num:
    #7
  • Name:
    Solange Sinclair
  • Title:
    Miss New Heights Construction
  • Age:
    24
  • Height:
    5’6″
  • Vital Statistics:
    30.5-24-35
  • Occupation:
    Public Relations Consultant

Hobbies and Interests

  • School Last Attended:
    Mount Holyoke College
  • Scholastic Awards/Achievements:
    Bachelor of Arts – Cum Laude, International Baccalaureate Degree
  • Hobbies:
    Hiking, swimming, reading, cooking
  • Favourite Color:
    Purple
  • Favourite Food:
    Sushi
  • Favourite Sport:
    Swimming
  • Favourite Singer:
    Indie Arie
  • Favourite Actor:
    Will Smith / Madge Sinclair
  • Favourite Film:
    Apocalypto
  • Life’s Ambition:
    My life ambition is to strike a balance between my personal development and my professional goals, which include traveling the world, to bridge the cultural and sociological disconnect that seems to be increasingly dividing our global community.
  • What are your five-year goals?:
    My five-year goals include utilizing my media and public relations expertise to communicate the importance and vibrancy of our global cultural diversity through a travel lens. In doing so, I aim to encourage and inspire others to venture beyond their comfort zone in an effort to gain a better sense of appreciation for diversity, that our world desperately needs today.
  • Motivation for entering Miss Jamaica World 2017?:
    My motivation to enter the pageant is to have the opportunity to share our rich culture, history and heritage on a global scale.
  • What is your most unusual experience?:
    My most usual experience includes eating the popular dish, fried worms, in Zimbabwe.
  • Describe your proudest/happiest moment:
    My proudest moment is when I had the opportunity to work closely with immigrant youth from the Spanish-speaking Caribbean and South America, whereby I taught them English and assisted them in creating video content in an effort to tell their story of immigration through the digital platform, YouTube.