Hello everyone! Thank you for taking the time to read my first blog as a Miss World Canada Delegate. I am very excited and honoured to be representing the Northern Corridor at such a life changing event.
I just graduated high school a few weeks ago and I am looking forward to the next chapter of my education journey. In the fall, I will be attending College and I am so ready for this!
As you get to know me by reading this blog, you will quickly understand that I am the kind of person who is always seeking for an opportunity to discover and learn new things and to constantly challenge myself.
Being born and raised in Northern Ontario has given me the opportunity to take part in many experiences that I will forever be grateful for such as being a Legislative Page at Queen’s Park, being chosen to be a player on Team Ontario Volleyball, playing on multiple sports teams (hockey, basketball, tennis, badminton…), being a dance teacher, representing our beautiful country on an Exchange Student Program in Austria and participating in my first pageant where I was crowned Miss Northern Corridor 2018. I was dreaming of this moment since the first time I attended this event when I was only 6 years old. 🙂
I believe that everyone has a passion and as a leader I love helping people find what they are passionate about. This past Fall, I had the opportunity to start teaching hip hop dancing classes to young kids from my community. Acting as a role model for the dancers and seeing them develop during every single lesson is what made me realize how easy it is to have a positive impact on someone.
It is in elementary school that I found what I loved to do… Sports! Since that time, I have been an active young woman who loves to set goals and persevere until I reach them. I am an athlete who enjoys playing hockey, golf, volleyball, basketball and much more. Ever since I started joining those different sports teams, it has made me grow as a leader, it has shown me the true meaning of dedication. I strongly believe that you can do anything you want to do if you put the effort into it.
Summer of 2017, I left for Moncton, New Brunswick alongside of 11 other skilled athletes to compete in the Franco-Canadian Games (Jeux de la Francophonie Canadienne) which consisted of 12 days of intensive training and games, I developed not only as a player but as a proud Canadian representing Ontario. I met incredible people who made me discover their part of our beautiful country.
As I mentioned, I was chosen by the Regional Rotary Club to represent Canada in Austria for the Student Exchange Program. Make sure to be looking out for my 2nd blog as I will share details about this amazing journey!