An Antiguan & Barbudan has placed in the winners’ circle of a cultural pageant recently held at Stepping Out Studios in Manhattan, New York.
Christ the King High School alum Camille Mack, who is currently a student at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NY, emerged second runner-up in the Miss Global Africa pageant. She was also adjudged best in the talent segment.
The competition was among 13 contestants representing Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Ghana, St Vincent, USA, Cameroon, Congo, Brazzaville, Congo DRC, Central Republic of Africa, Togo, Nigeria and Antigua & Barbuda.
They competed in swimsuit, performing talent and interview segments.
The winner is Miss Guinea, Bernadette Sylla.
The pageant is put on by UNESCO, which is geared towards bringing together African countries and African diaspora and displaying those cultures.
Mack is majoring in forensic sciences with focus on criminalistics.