Who Is Jacqueline?
Jacqueline is an excellent student enrolled in the French immersion program and is fully francophone.
Jacqueline has dedicated numerous hours volunteering for her community at events such as; the Santa Claus Parade, The Diabetes Walk, SCROOGE, and The Red Feather sporting event. She often volunteers at the Common Ground Market Farm and at Day cares. This summer, Jacqueline plans to volunteer at the London Health Sciences Centre at Victoria Hospital and University Hospital, the Children’s Health Foundation and various community events such as the Children and Youth Services Fair, London Regional Spelling Bee, the Forest City Road Race and plenty more. All of these volunteering opportunities essentially all concern child care and helping youth which are a few things that Jacqueline is absolutely passionate about.
During leisure, Jacqueline enjoys hanging out with friends, spending quality time with her family, cheer-leading, dancing and being her natural self around those who care about her.
She currently holds a 4.0 GPA and plans to be a pediatrician, as she loves working with children and caring for others. She received Honour Roll in 9th grade, “Highest Academic Student” award and “Principal’s Cup” in 8th grade. Ever since Jacqueline was a child, academics have been very important to her. It is a goal for her to excel in school and she achieves this by working tirelessly everyday on projects, studies and homework.
She has modeled with Flare and The Orange Company
in the past and currently works with Numa Models.
Jacqueline is a young, dedicated teenager who has brains, beauty and confidence. She believes that with her positive will, energy, enthusiasm, passion and creativity, she could impact the lives of many other young women in a positive way. She believes everyone is their own kind of beautiful. To Jacqueline, this means that anyone is beautiful if they stay strong through the toughest times, believe in themselves and chase their biggest dreams. She feels that if anyone believes in themselves enough, they can achieve anything; and that is one of the messages Jacqueline has to share with her title of Miss Teenage London 2018.
In the past, Jacqueline has unfortunately had to deal with the unkind words of bullies. She knows how the harsh words of those around can hurt others feelings. However, although Jacqueline has sadly experienced the disrespect and cruel actions of others; it has only made her stronger. She has fought against bullies and knows that blowing out someone else’s candle doesn’t make theirs shine any brighter. With her experiences, Jacqueline wants to spread the message of self-acceptance, self-esteem and confidence to young women. She wants to encourage young girls to believe in themselves and also teach them what it means to be a pageant title holder. Jacqueline believes that the crowns titleholders wear aren’t just made of rhinestones. They are made of discipline, determination, consistency, courage and intelligence. Being a titleholder isn’t just looking pretty for the world, it’s making the world shine of positivity with community work, speeches, volunteering and fundraising. Jacqueline is beauty with brains; ready to make the world a better place!