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13 – Diedre Mckenzie – Miss Eyeland Eyewear

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Personal Info

  • Num:
  • Name:
    Diedre McKenzie
  • Title:
    Miss Eyeland Eyewear
  • Age:
  • Height:
    5′ 6.5
  • Vital Statistics:
  • Occupation:
    Marketing and Promotional Officer

Hobbies and Interests

  • School Last Attended:
    Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts
  • Scholastic Awards/Achievements:
    Recipient of the Award for Outstanding Performance in CSEC Examinations 2008-2009
    Recipient of the DRAW Award for being Dependable, Reliable & Always Willing 2013-2015
    Recipient of the Joan Duncan Foundation scholarship from JMMB 2016
    Recipient of scholarship from the Spanish-Jamaican Organization 2013
    BA Arts Management
  • Hobbies:
    Videography & Editing, Photography, Volunteering, Designing
  • Favourite Color:
  • Favourite Food:
    Ackee/ Any type of Chicken
  • Favourite Sport:
    Track and field/ Cricket
  • Favourite Singer:
  • Favourite Actor:
  • Favourite Film:
    The Zoo Keepers Wife
  • Life’s Ambition:
    My life’s ambition is to do all that I can with all that I have been given.
  • What are your five-year goals?:
    To start a family
    To grow my business
    To own my own home
    To have completed my Masters in Applied Psychology
    To have visited all of my top three locations to travel
  • Motivation for entering Miss Jamaica World 2017?:
    Growing up, I saw beauty queens such as Terri-Karelle, Sara Lawrence, and Lisa Hanna who used their beauty to impact young girls and I always believed that maybe one day I could do the same. I’ve tried before, and though I did not get the result I wanted I saw how a pageant not only impacted me, but also young women with whom I’ve interacted with. I want to do more, God Gave me this vessel and the opportunities to do it, so why not?
  • What is your most unusual experience?:
    Being in a pageant. You go in one way, and come out another, no matter the result.
  • Describe your proudest/happiest moment:
    When you have spent four years, studying, crying, giving up and all the drama that comes with tertiary education, and you walk up on that stage to collect a piece of paper? There is no prouder moment that I have had, than when I got my degree.