Miss L’Oreal, #5
|To become Miss World. I believe that the term Miss World does not simply refer to a crown or a title but to a ‘complete woman’. A Miss World is posed, articulate, educated, embodies both inner and outer beauty, humble, graceful, an overachiever, a believer in change and equality for all and one who has left an indelible mark on the world, so much so that she is an inspiration and role model to all women. This is who I strive to be.
|5 Year Goals:
|Working with e-News, married and an ambassador for my country
I am a vibrant 21 year old who enjoys dancing, the creative arts and youth activism. It is my hope to utilize my passion for the Arts to build relationships and to inspire our young people. I hail from the tourism mecca of Jamaica, Montego Bay and I recently completed my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism at the University of the West Indies, Mona. I wear the sash, Miss L’Oreal, “because you’re worth it”. Their business is focused solely on beauty that is not specific or unique to one form. This, I embody as I believe that beauty comes in various colours, shapes and sizes. I am delighted to be a part of this competition because the focus is not only on beauty but on personal development and making a positive impact on our society. Through this experience I have already grown because I have gained a wealth of knowledge. I look forward to what lies ahead as I know it will be invaluable.