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Miss Caribbean Talented Teen Contestant 2012- Miss St.Lucia



st.lucisMiss St.Lucia- Shartoya Baptiste, 17. Hailing from the picturesque isle of Saint Lucia, I am 17 year old Shartoya Rochelle Jn. Baptiste, a vibrant, enthusiastic and talented self-driven individual who recently graduated from the St. Josephs Convent and is currently a first year student at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College pursuing a degree in Hospitality Studies. Through a degree in Hospitality Studies I hope to further my career in Events/Entertainment Management within the tourism industry. In my spare time I engage positively in dance, modelling, interior decorating and hanging out with friends.

My passion is with the performing arts with special interest in dance. I am currently a member of the Silver Shadow Performing Arts Academy as well as a member of the Silhouette Fashion House Modelling Agency. My passion and love of the performing arts have resulted in me being featured as a soloist in the Silver Shadow dance production 2012“Dance Mirage” and my dance class of which I am the dance captain won the St. Lucia National Arts Festival Junior Dance Award 2012. Due to these achievements I was selected to be part of the delegation to represent my simply beautiful island of St. Lucia at the Rhythm and Motion Festival 2012 in Trinidad & Tobago.

I am currently the reigning Miss St. Lucia Most Talented Teen 2012 which is a new development in my life. My recent discovery of pageantry has become a gateway of opportunities for me to further my contribution to the performing arts and my holistic development as an individual. I look forward to the opportunity to showcase my talents at the upcoming 33rd Annual Haynes Smith Miss Caribbean Talented Teen Pageant with the anticipation of being an outstanding ambassador for my country and inspiring the talented youth of St. Lucia.


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