Jamaica Wins Miss Humanity International 2012

Lesa-Gayle Wee Tom, Miss Jamaica, was crowned Miss Humanity International 2012 on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Maxwell, Christ Church, Barbados. Lesa-gayle is no stranger to competing; she has represented Jamaica in the Miss Caribbean World and Miss International beauty pageants. Also she was the winner of Miss Florida Caribbean in 2009 and Miss Jamzone international in 2010 but she feels Miss Humanity International holds a special place in heart because it’s about doing good in the world and making a difference in people’s lives. She will present her humanitarian platform which is about the issues concerning children and women.

Jamaica Wins Miss Humanity International 2012

Jamaica Wins Miss Humanity International 2012


Lesa-Gayle Wee Tom, Miss Jamaica, was crowned Miss Humanity International 2012

Lesa-Gayle Wee Tom, Miss Jamaica, was crowned Miss Humanity International 2012


Miss Humanity International 2012 final results:
– Winner: Lesa-Gayle Wee Tom, Miss Jamaica
– The first runner-up: Meleesa Natasha Payne, Miss Guyana.
– The second runner-up: Ayelee Marie Dasalla, Miss Philippines.
– The third runner-up: Romina Verdoorn, Miss Netherlands.
– The fourth runner-up: Cleo Howman, Miss Australia.

Special Awards:
– Miss Photogenic: Cleo Howman, Miss Australia.
– People’s Choice: Ayelee Marie Dasalla, Miss Philippines.
– Best Swimwear: Lesa-Gayle Wee Tom, Miss Jamaica.
– Best Gown: Lesa-Gayle Wee Tom, Miss Jamaica.
– Best Talent: Meleesa Natasha Payne, Miss Guyana.

Miss Humanity International is an innovative pageant with headquarters in Bridgetown, Barbados. Its sole objective is to promote and raise awareness about humanitarian causes worldwide. The pageant is open to young ladies ages 16-27 who have a strong passion for community & humanitarian service. We desire delegates to support charities that work to advocate against child labour, HIV/AIDS Discrimination, domestic abuse, genocide, sexual exploitation, human trafficking, hunger, lack of access to pure drinking water or discrimination, poverty. All national representatives are expected to engage in social activities with businesses and governments to benefit all of humankind through charitable causes.

The Miss Humanity International pageant is by far, the most extensive pageantry effort in promoting the host nation’s tourism industry. Hosting it in Barbados enables the country to reveal to the world its many beautiful facets, from the bustling cities, the idyllic towns to the sun-kissed beaches. With the country’s unique melting pot of cultures, memories of Barbados would linger the longest in the contestants’ minds.
Courtesy of Miss Humanity International.

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