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Miss Caribbean Talented Teen Contestant 2012- Miss Anguilla

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miss-angullaMiss Anguilla- Dwayniqua Baird,16 .Sixteen year old Dwayniqua Baird is a proud representative of the picturesque island of Anguilla and this year’s Miss CCB Talented Teen winner.

She is a recent graduate of the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School.Throughout her secondary education, she acquitted herself well academically, achieving 3 CCSLC masters and successfully completing 10 CXC subjects.She is also a member of the choir and steel orchestra at the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School.Presently, she is her first year of 6th form.

Dwayniqua was born under the zodiac sign of Pisces and it is said that a Pisces woman has a natural desire to serve.  Her career goal requires service to her community as she aspires to become a forensic pathologist.  With the drastic rise in violent crimes, not only in Anguilla, but also in the region, she sees her career as absolutely necessary.In order to receive first hand training and experience in a medical setting, she completed her 2012 summer internship at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Anguilla.After graduating from 6th form, she intends to seek admission to a university focused in her field of interest.

In her leisure time she enjoys singing, reading and writing poetry-hobbies that reveal her innate passion for performing.This passion drove her to participate in two previous pageants, The Miss Tiny Tott Competition where she placed 1st runner up and the Prince and Princess show in which herself and her partner were victorious. She was also twice crowned the Junior Calypso Monarch of Anguilla and received the 2011 Best Actress Award for the ALHCS Theatre Arts Production.

Despite her many achievements she has learned that winning isn’t all, but it is the drive to win that is everything.She will endeavor to use her reign as Miss CCB Talented Teen as a platform to share her motto to the people of her generation within her local community and regionally, as she represents her island abroad. 



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