Country: Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Age: 26 years
Height: 167.00 cm
Create for others, Love others, Inspire others
journaling, drama, reading, watching foreign and other films
The last refuge of the Amerindians of Trinidad, the Borough of Arima, plays home to Cindy F. Daniel, Trinidad and Tobago’s representative to the inaugural Miss Humanity Pageant. Ethnically descending from a mix of Spanish, East Indian, African and Amerindian heritage, she was raised in this city by her mother Imelda along with her four older siblings.
After matriculating from the Malabar Government Primary School, she attended St. Joseph's Convent, St Joseph which she credits for helping her to discover and explore her creativity and artistic talents.
There, she performed outstandingly at her Advanced Level Examinations in 2003 and was awarded a National Scholarship which she utilised to pursue her Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of the West Indies St. Augustine and Cave Hill campuses. During her tenure there, she was heavily involved in campus life and remained perpetually active on the executive of various organisations and associations, always volunteering her talents and skill where the opportunity presented itself.
In order to complete her qualifications as an Attorney-at-Law, she then enrolled in September 2006 at the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad where she began honing her public speaking skills by entering both the Impromptu and Prepared Speech Competitions in both of which she succeded in placing in the top three. On the last day of October 2008, Cindy was formally called to the Bar and added to the Roll of Attorneys of Trinidad and Tobago just two days before her 24th birthday on November 2nd of the same year.
On becoming an Advocate, Cindy took up her employment with the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, being afforded the opportunity to directly serve her country. She has worked in various Government Ministries including Justice and the Office of the Prime Minister where she has gained a stellar reputation for her efficient and accurate legal work. Having a broad spectrum of interests including Criminal, Environmental and Human Rights Law, her ambition is to use her career as a platform to becoming a Senator and/or the Mayor of her beloved town of Arima.
Much time is devoted to playing with her dogs Faye and Lily, and as an arts enthusiast, Cindy enjoys both performing and being entertained taking pleasure in latin dance, acting, journaling, as well as savouring a good book or play. Her love for animals has led her to her most recent pursuit, horse-back riding.
Although delegate elect for the 2008 Miss Caraibes Hibiscus Pageant, the Miss Humanity International Pageant will be her first foray into the pageant arena as she was previously unable to compete. The Miss Humanity Pageant presented an opportunity for Cindy to highlight the abrogation of human rights and she has specifically selected Human Trafficking with its attendant sexual exploitation as her platform. As someone personally affected by a missing person report, she has immediate plans to mobilise a support group for the families of missing persons in Trinidad and Tobago. She believes that by highlighting ‘modern slavery,’ she can empower others through awareness and possibly save others from this dehumanising form of bondage.
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