Miss South Windward — Lori Jack
Lori Monique Jack was born to Monica Miller Jack and Winston Jack on June 23, 1994. She is the last of five children. She grew up and is still living in the vibrant community of Stubbs.
Lori attended the Stubbs Government School where she developed her passion for dancing and became one of the first members of the Stubbs Government School Dance group, now known as the Renaissance Dance Company. She was also an avid athlete and represented her school as well as her nation in athletics. After passing the then Common Entrance Examination, Lori went on to the St. Joseph’s Convent Marriaqua where she continued to excel in athletics. Lori Jack is also, and has been since inception, a member of the South East Steel Orchestra. She has also taken part in various pageants around St. Vincent. Lori believes in loyalty as is evident since her friends now are also her childhood friends.
Miss North Windward — Janella Osment
I am 18-year-old Janella Osment. I was born on the 12th October 1996 to Audrie and Anthony Osment. Currently I live in the picturesque village of Sandy Bay; I extended studies at the Sandy Bay Secondary School. At a tender age of 6 years, I grew a love for pageantry. In 2011 I entered the Miss Owia Sports and Culture where I captured the First Runner-up position and in 2015 I was crowned Miss Windward. At leisure, I enjoy playing netball and spending time with family members. I aspire to become a teacher and my philosophy is “never give up always follow your dreams”.
Miss Central Leeward — Felicia John
Dark, lovely, strong and refreshing. Felicia John a 17-year-old, living in the breath-taking town of Layou. In my spare time, I enjoy reading and helping people in my community. My hobbies are singing and dancing. I am Miss Central Leeward 2015 and proud and happy to hold this title as the queen of my community. In the near future, I would like to study in the field of criminal investigation and become a private investigator in SVG
Miss P’ Tan — Donnica Hunter
Born to Yvette Hunter and Amos Bascombe on October 7th, 1996 was Donnica Hunter from Cane End, Mesopotamia. She is the last of four siblings of which the first is a male. Donnica attended the Cane End Government School where she achieved her primary education and then went to the St Joseph’s Convent Marriaqua. She loves to smile and be humorous. With these qualities she aspires to become a teacher and a model. Her favourite movie star is Denzil Washington. Donnica’s role model is Girlyn Miguel.
Donnica enjoys dancing, singing dramatising and drumming. She also had an opportunity to portray her hobbies in various pageants. She entered the Miss Independence 2007, Ms P’Tani 2014 and Ms Bequia 2015 pageant. She loves pageantry and believes that taking part in Ms Rural SVG 2015 Pageant would build her self-esteem and confidence.
Miss Southern Grenadines — Neka Alexander
Neka Alexander was born on September 22nd, 1991. A 2007 graduate of the Union Island Secondary school, Neka considers herself as friendly, humble and a down to earth individual. At a tender age, she helped the needy both young and old. Growing with such generosity her vision in the future is to build a foundation that could provide for the less fortunate.
Miss Central Windward — Chantal Johnson
My name is Chantal Johnson; I’m from the village of Grieggs. I was born on the 29th of November 1992. I attended the North Union Secondary School. am the first child for my mother and second for my father. In the future, I’m hoping to become a qualified teacher…
Miss North Leeward — Phillicia Ashton
Philicia Whitney Ashton was born on the 27th of May 1997. She began her educational journey at the Rose Hall Government School and graduated in 2009 as valedictorian and top performer for the school. Her studies were further pursued at the St. Vincent Girls’ High School from 2009-2014, where she attained 9 CSEC subjects and the award for clothing and textiles upon graduating. In her spare time, she enjoys socialising with friends and family, upcycling and making garments, dancing and volunteering at her past pre-school and primary school. Philicia is currently a student and the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College, Division of Arts, Science and General Studies, where she is a student of law, communication studies, environmental science and management of business. For the future, she aspires to pursue a career path either as a fashion designer or an environmental lawyer.