2019 Miss Anguilla Contestants
The Miss Anguilla Queen Pageant is regarded as one of the most spectacular events of the Anguilla Summer Festival. It signifies the beauty and strength of each contestant in an extremely competitive environment. As such, the ladies will be competing in seven (7) judged segments: Introductory Speech, Cultural Wear, Talent, Swimsuit, Costume, Evening Wear, and Interview.
The awards they can receive are: Miss Anguilla – Crown & Sash; 1st Runner Up; Miss Photogenic; Miss Congeniality; Best Cultural Wear; Best Swimsuit; Best Costume; Best Introductory Speech; Best Talent; Best Evening Wear; Best Interview & a award contributed on behalf of you through an online poll by WWDIA, the Miss Popularity Award (more information on how you can participate below).
2019 Miss Anguilla Contestants
Nicole is currently in her final year at Florida Atlantic University, majoring in Health Science, minoring in Psychology a field of study that she is very passionate about. When she is not focused on her studies, she spends her time involved with some of the universities many associations such as the Caribbean Student Association, Student Alumni Association, National Society of Leadership and Success, and Sigma Alpha Pi.
Nicole enjoys her current campus life, but realized that she was longing for more. She then found further fulfillment by becoming active in her community as an assistant Sports Coach at Piper High School, and Miami and Elite Track Club, South Florida. These have afforded her the opportunity to work with children and teens ranging from ages 3 – 18 years.
In addition to the aforementioned, she enjoys spending her leisure time exercising, participating in fitness competitions and exploring and perfecting her artistic skills through painting and drawing.
Some of her accolades are the following: Class of 2013 Best in Visual Arts and best female Sports Award, Miss Junior Bikini Fitness Anguilla 2016 and 2017; Miss Junior Bikini Fitness Inter-Island Bodybuilding Fitness and Physique Saint Martin 2017.
Twenty-two year old, Sari-Lee Benjamin was born on the island of Dominica and raised on the tranquil and beautiful island of Anguilla. Sari-Lee reflects a varied personality including ambition and the qualities of generosity and thoughtfulness. She is a well determined and vigorous individual, who believes in the saying: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” In order to change the world, one must first change themselves.
She is a graduate of the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School where she successfully obtained 9 CSEC subjects. She also obtained one (1) CSEC subject from the Comprehensive Learning Centre. Sari-Lee also was enrolled in the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School 6th Form Program and graduated with seven (7) CAPE subjects and an Associate Degree in General Studies. She is now a full-time student, motivated by the definitive goal of becoming a marketer, entrepreneur, and teacher. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing and Social Psychology at the University of the West Indies Mona Campus. At Mona, she is an active volunteer in campus activities and committees.
In 2014, Sari-Lee became part of the Anguilla Access modeling group and participated in several shows throughout the island. Through her passion for modeling, she has developed an interest in pageantry. During her first year of university, she competed in the Miss ABC Hall 2017 pageant, where she placed 2nd Runner Up. She has also assisted in the planning of the Miss Social Sciences 2018 pageant, and Miss UWI Mona 2019 pageant.
Apart from the above, she has kept a very keen interest in cosmetology, and natural hair care. She enjoys social media marketing and most importantly enjoys spending time with her friends and family.
On the 16th of August 1994, the resilient and fiery Latonya Mussington was born from the cradle of Anguilla’s Founding Father, Island Harbour.
Her passion for music and dance naturally lead her through the doors of the Klassique Academy of Dance and Performing Arts, where her focus and determination culminated in her becoming a dance instructor.
In 2018, Latonya graduated from The University of West England with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminology (with Honours). While excelling in her academic studies at this University, her passion for dance and music lead her to co-create a performing arts dance group for people of colour. To her, representation and tenacity are of utmost importance. As part of her journey to excellence, this 24-year-old is seeking to captivate the Miss Anguilla crown and use that platform to positively motivate the excellence of tomorrow.
Cast your vote for Miss Popularity
The Miss Popularity award for the 2018 Miss Anguilla Queen Pageant was awarded to Ms. Mikeela Skellekie – Miss Anguilla 2018-2019 – who accumulated the most votes online from family, friends, fans, and persons who believe her to be well known or representative of their views and was deserving of the award.
The 2019 Miss Popularity will be chosen from one of the three 2019 Miss Anguilla contestants. The contestant with the most votes by August 6th, 2019 will receive a sash and prizes that represent what we do in Anguilla – made in Anguilla and/or depicts Anguilla – at the 2019 Miss Anguilla Pageant.
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