World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen and a role model Shandy Scott Ms. United Nations World 2016.

Name : Shandy Scott

Pageant Title : Ms. United Nations World 2016
Previous Title Won: Ms. Caribbean United Nations 2016
Country : Jamaica/China
Platform : I am a British Council China Inspiring Women ambassador.
Member of Woman Incorporated. I am also a Gender advocate.
Age : 29 years old
Height : 175 cm
Hair Color : Black
Eye Color : Dark Brown
Zodiac : Virgo
Age you started to compete : 28 years old
Pets : I do not have any pets at this moment but I am a lover of animals
Hobbies : Listening live music, watching plays, cooking, playing family
games.
Talent : Drawing
Favorite place to visit : Jamaica, China, Dubai – United Arab Emirate
Status : Law Enforcement Officer, Student, Mother
Likes : Loving and caring people, adventure, nature, kindness
Dislikes : Poverty and hunger, abuse, pollution of the environment
Favorite Foods : Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Curry Chicken, Steamed Fish, Chinese
Baozi.

World Class Beauty Queens: What inspired you to do pageant?
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Shandy: I have a daughter and I have spoken to many girls and young women who are struggling with low self-esteem and have seen and worked in communities where people have lost hope and living in poverty. Pageant is my way of inspiring others by using my title to bring change and meaning into their lives.
World Class Beauty Queens: What do pageants mean to you?
Shandy: Pageants are a source of empowerment, character building and platform for restoring hope in people’s lives.
World Class Beauty Queens: What makes you a winner?
Shandy: My motivation to make a difference in the world, my passion for volunteering, care for the less fortunate, my sincere love and kindness for all people and my appreciation for life.
World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your platform and all your achievements.
Shandy: I have been very active in volunteering at all levels. I have worked with youth, community and international organizations in Jamaica and China. These include;
British Council China Inspiring Women Volunteer Inspiring Women is a campaign that aims to expose girls and young women across China to a range of professional roles and career options.  Inspiring Women is about breaking down career stereotypes and encouraging young girls and women to raise their aspirations. It aims to inspire the next generation to expand their horizons, realize their ambitions and fulfil their career potential.  It consists of a network of volunteers – inspirational female professionals who use their free time to visit schools and share their stories.  Member of Woman Incorporated. This is a NGO that operates a shelter and crisis hotline for women who are victims of domestic violence. I am a member of the Public Education Committee.
World Bank NextGenderation Ambassador. NextGenderation was a project that used gender as a tool of advocacy to raise awareness on the issues of Gang Violence, Sexual Violence and Bullying among youths in Jamaica.
Former President and Outreach Coordinator for the Gender Society – The Gender Society is a student-led organization at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica advocating for gender equality, empowerment of the vulnerable and promoting equality and justice for all.  I successful organized several outreach initiatives, donate food and clothing to children’s home and advocate against child abuse.
Awards: Outstanding performance in Leadership and Academic Performance at the University of the West Indies 2013 – 2015.
Law Enforcement Officer of the year 2015 – Divisional Award
Scholarship Awardee – From the Government of the People’s Republic of China.
World Class Beauty Queens: Why is volunteering important?
Shandy: I grew up in a rural community and there are many people who are suffering because of the lack of support and opportunity to excel. Volunteering is tool to empower people and communities. There are so many people whose lives can change just from one simple act of kindness. Volunteering is important because it makes the world a better place by restoring hope in humanity.
World Class Beauty Queens: Tell us about your dress you competed in?
Shandy: My dress was a beautiful silhouette emerald green dress with sparkles. It was sourced at Emanuel’s Boutique in Kingston, Jamaica. It complemented my style well and was the perfect color dress for the crown I won on the night at the International Finals.
World Class Beauty Queens: What was your secret technique to connect with the judges?
Shandy: I did not apply any special secret technique. I sincerely presented my true self to the judges and gave an honest and friendly response to all the questions the judges put to me. I was grateful for the opportunity and in that moment of gratefulness; it helped me not to be nervous but thankful. I was very comfortable with the judges; they were friendly and most respectful.
World Class Beauty Queens: How often do you practice your pageant walk?
Shandy: Pageant walk and poise has now become a part of me. I practice my pageant walk each day in my regular everyday activities; even when I am not conscious of it, I am doing it. Since being in China, I have walked at the Peking University Fashion Show in Beijing and this helped me to practice my walk on stage.
World Class Beauty Queens: How do you keep your self-esteem high?
Shandy: Being a mother to a daughter is what motivates me to keep my esteem and standards high. Being an example to my daughter in my attitude and behavior is my way of teaching her to overcome shyness and embrace life.
World Class Beauty Queens: What does the crown symbolizes to you?
Shandy: The Ms. United Nations World crown symbolizes my demonstration of love for the less fortunate and my continued desire and hard work to change lives and restore hope. The crown represents my heart; beauty, charity, love, hope and desire for peace.
World Class Beauty Queens: What are your plans as Ms. United Nations World?
Shandy: Currently, I am completing my master’s degree in China. Since being in China, I have served as a Cultural Ambassador for my country.  I have showcased Jamaica’s culture at various events and volunteered teaching English to poor Chinese students in rural provinces. As a volunteer with British Council China Inspiring Women, I plan to travel to several schools in Beijing to share my experiences and have motivational sessions with young women to improve their self-esteem and guide them on their career path. On my return to Jamaica, I will continue my work with Women Incorporated to raise awareness on the issue of domestic violence and empower victims of domestic violence and their children to heal and live a better life.
World Class Beauty Queens: What legacy would you like to leave behind?
Shandy: My pursuits in life are not for personal accomplishment; it is for my daughter, my community and every young girl struggling with low self-esteem and feeling broken. I live my life in a way to make the life of someone else better by leading the way. I want my legacy to be a source of motivation to young people from rural communities and poor homes to aspire for the best at all times and know that anything is possible with determination, prayer and faith. It is my desire to write my memoir; this will allow me to

share my story and inspire hope for future generations.

World Class Beauty Queens: How did competing in pageants helped your life?
Shandy: The United Nations Pageant has improved my confidence and increased my determination to help others by giving me an image and platform to work with. I have met and worked with many beautiful people from different cultures and races all across the world that are also making a difference in the world. With the help of the United Nations Pageant, I also had the privilege of visiting Dubai in the United Arab Emirates; the most beautiful and luxurious country in the world! Competing in the United Nations Pageant was one of the most rewarding experience and accomplishment in my life. I
want to express sincere THANK YOU to the United Nations Pageant Director, Mr Leon
Williams for giving me this opportunity and for his continued support; I am forever grateful.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you to amazing Queen and a role model Shandy Scott Ms. United Nations World 2017 for this amazing interview.
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