Former Miss Jamaica World winner Toni-Ann Lalor is gearing up for another representation of the country as she was chosen to compete in the Miss United Nations competition, set to be held in February.
Lalor was last featured in the media when the Jamaica Star did an article with her telling of her ambitious prowess which sees her traversing professionally in several fields as a teacher, actor, model, mentor, and philanthropist. In the same interview, the Beauty Queen also spoke about her recent farming moves which she explained she would love to expand by involving mentorship, to build a legacy.
This according to Toni-ann was one of the reasons why she was selected by the governing body of the upcoming pageant, as they recognized how charitable she was.
According to Lalor the organizers of the event locally were very impressed with her giving back and the impact she has made on lives and as such, they did not hesitate to ask her to be the queen.
At first, Toni-Ann said she was not going to enter the competition however, she explained that her mind changed based on the amount of work she has put in during her time serving as Miss Jamaica World. This made her decide to do it with the backing of her philanthropy with the need to bring awareness to it.
The pageant is set to take place between February 1st and 7 at the Pride Plaza Hotel in Aerocity, New Delhi, India and Toni-ann says she hope the event will help her to fulfil her purpose while helping to make known her charitable efforts through her Toni-Ann Lalor Foundation.
Lalor has also thanked the public for the support she always receives, and their level of confidence in trusting her to be the person representing the country in the monumental competition.