Introducing Jaycees Contestants

Miss Dominica Nadira Lando

Miss Jamaica Kyrstle Daley

“Everything that happens to you is a reflection of what you believe about yourself.” These are the words of IyanlaVanzant and are no doubt familiar to Miss Jamaica, Kyrstle Daley, as they come from one of her favourite authors.

The natural-born motivator functions as a motivational speaker, part-time speechwriter, public relations officer, and television host. She also works as a customer service representative and brand ambassador at Columbus Communications Jamaica Limited.

Her passion for youth and community has propelled her to become a mouthpiece for social change and unity on the island. She has organized devotional sessions for young women, done school interventions, and directed a mentorship programme.

Her inspiration comes from great women like the Honourable Lisa Hannah former Miss World 1993 and now Minister of Youth and Culture.

“Lisa is driven to change the socioeconomic conditions of the Jamaican youth and I believe that her efforts to do so are highly commendable.” Krystle stated.

The 25-year-old sees herself as successful entrepreneur in the business of Public Relations and a renowned media personality in the next five years and hopes to pursue a Masters of Arts in Media Management or Corporate Communications at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine,   Trinidad.

See more of Krystle Daley, Ms Jamaica, on Friday August 3 at Jaycees Caribbean Queen show.


Miss Dominica Nadira Lando

Dominica has a lot to offer, after all it is known as the nature isle. Emerging from the land of all things natural and not to mention beautiful is Jaycees Queen hopeful, Nadira Lando.

The 19- year-old delegate, who describes herself as bubbly, optimistic, and caring not only enjoys is currently pursuing an associates degree in Economics after which she hopes to work towards attaining a bachelors degree in Law at the University of the West Indies.

The nature lover admits to being quite an avid reader. Her favourite author, she said, is Mary Higgins Clark. It is for this reason perhaps, coupled with hard work of course, Lando excelled during her time at the Wesley High School obtaining five grade one’s, two grade two’s and one grade three at the CXC level.

Lando draws inspiration from Mary Eugenia Clarke; Dominica’s first and to this date their only female Prime Minister of the 1980’s. According to the Jaycees delegate, Clarke is considered a role model because, “she inspires women to believe in themselves and to know that they can accomplish anything they put their minds and heart to.”

Be sure to keep an eye out for Nadira at this year’s Jaycees Caribbean Queen show. You may be given another reason to visit and explore the nature isle to see what else it has to offer.