Dr. Reiaz Mohammed, Ysabel Bisnath, Dennisha Lewis, Marisa Mahadeo, Britney Smith, Kirsty Roopnarine, Maya Cozier, Jessica James, Tishanna Mitchell, Aliyah Fraser, Halle Crawford, and Brian Gopaul. Photo by Eye of Genie (@eyeofgenie / eyeofgenie.com). All rights reserved.
Miss World Trinidad and Tobago is proud to introduce 10 jewels to the nation.
After an intense two day screening exercise, over four assessment phases, featuring two panels of judges, 10 young women have been selected to compete for the title of Miss World Trinidad and Tobago, and the opportunity to represent our twin island Republic at the 2018 Miss World pageant in Sanya, China on December 8th, 2018.
The highly accomplished and beautiful group of candidates includes two attorneys, a national track and field athlete, two teachers, a masters of psychology student, and a multiple award winning film maker. Industry experts agree that this is one of the most diverse, and competitive group of candidates in recent memory.
National Franchise Directors for Miss World Trinidad and Tobago, Brian Gopaul and Dr. Reiaz Mohammed, proudly introduces, at the historic Audrey Jeffers House, these patriotic daughters of the soil to the people of Trinidad and Tobago:
Aliyah Fraser, 20, representing Chaguanas
Britney Smith, 25, representing South Oropouche
Dennisha Lewis, 24, representing Point Fortin
Halle Crawford, 19, representing Maraval
Jessica James, 26, representing McBean Couva
Kirsty Roopnarine, 24, representing San Fernando
Marisa Mahadeo, 26, representing Roystonia Couva
Maya Cozier, 25, representing St. Ann’s
Tishanna Mitchell, 24, representing St. Augustine
Ysabel Bisnath, 25, representing Port of Spain West
Join us in the coming weeks on this journey to determine who will proudly represent the red, white, and black at the 68th edition of Miss World.