Ambassador #1: Ms. Johnillia Blake
On 12th October 1996, a beautiful rose bloomed into existence and became the newest addition to the Blake’s garden. Twenty-two year old, Johnillia Blake is a beautiful, caring, talented and vibrant young lady who thrives on a love for helping others through volunteerism. As a preschool teacher, at the St, Paul’s Day Care Centre, Johnillia has embraced the philosophy; “It’s easier to build strong children than repair broken adults.” This mantra highlights and embodies the 1985 theme; “A Good Preschool is a plus for the Society.”
Ambassador #2- Ms. Dominique Stevens
Sugar City becomes sweeter on December 13th 1998 with Dominique Stevens. Dominique hails from Stapleton Village, St. Peter’s and is currently an auxiliary staff at the St. Peter’s Day Care Centre. She enjoys working with preschoolers and aspire to be a preschool teacher. When she’s not doing her daily tasks, she enjoys netball, cooking and spending time with her son. Dominique is elated to participate in the first every Early Childhood Development Queen Pageant, promoting the 1988 theme; “Beautiful children need a beautiful environment.” She encourages all to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle as we aim to create a beautiful environment for our children.
Ambassador #3- Ms. Royisha Demming
My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so some compassion, humor and love. Royisha Demming was born on 17th January 1995, on this island paradise St. Kitts. She is a twenty four year old mother who enjoys spending time with her son, family and friends. Compassionate and loving she is indeed. Her personal motto is to be my son’s protector, disciplinarian and friend. She lives in “hub city” Sandy Point and works at the Newton Ground Day Care Centre. She is honored to be a part of the first Ms. Early Childhood Development Queen Pageant, with the 2006 theme; “Unlock the Virtues in me.” Hop on the adventure and be a part of the excitement. Remember, celebrating our progress as a nation, 35 years of early stimulation.
Ambassador #4- Ms. Malisa Warner
Born 7th July 1993 is a twenty-five year old Assistant Teacher of the Cayon Day Care Centre; Ms. Malisa Warner. As a nation builder she finds joy in molding and developing students between the ages of 3-5 years. One of Malisa’s penchants is travelling, which had afforded her a wealth of experiences necessary to socialize in multicultural settings. Malisa adopted the spirit of volunteerism through her duties at church and within the community. A peeve of hers is the vicious cycle of absent fathers; which appeals to the 2010 theme, “Save our Men, children need fathers too.” She hopes to remedy the epidemic that has infected society.
Ambassador #5- Ms. Shanika Percival
Shanika Percival, born August 30th 1988 is a 30-year-old Early Childhood Nursery Assistant at the McKnight Day Care Centre. Dedicated and devoted to the youths of tomorrow, Shanika believes that children should be cared for in an environment which is healthy and safe. Shanika’s hobbies are dramatizing and spending time with family and friends. As a mother and teacher, the 2012 theme is dear to her heart as she strongly believes that we should; “Break the Silence: Stop Child Abuse,” in order to provide a better and brighter future for our children.
Ambassador #6- Ms. Sefferina Audain
Sefferina Audain was born on 31st August 1979, under the most charismatic sign of Virgo. She is a self-driven, hardworking, cheerful and compassionate person who thrives on learning and experimenting. Currently, Sefferina is employed at the Newtown Nursery as a Nursery Assistant in which supporting the nation’s children by building trust and providing a strong base for lifelong learning stimulation is her mission. Sefferina’s hobbies have changed many times but the most rewarding thus far have been reading and writing. The 2018 theme; “Children’s Health Safety and Security- Our Priority,” has such a huge and positive impact on her. Being employed for the last nine (9) years in this service and having children of e own, Sefferina has portray this theme in her personal life both at home and at work. Most importantly, children’s protection, health and safety deserves to be a priority.
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