After getting disqualified in the Miss Tourism International 2019 pageant, former Mutya Pilipinas-Tourism International 2019, Tyra Rae Goldman gets to compete abroad when she vies for the title Top Model of the World 2019.
The competition is currently being held in Hurghada, Egypt and finals will be on Jan. 24.
Goldman, an 18-year-old Fil-American beauty from Boston, Massachusetts, USA, fulfills her dream of becoming a seasoned and accomplished beauty queen, denied her by the Miss Tourism International organizers by virtue of her having not a resident of the country, the Philippines, which she is representing.
Goldman hopes to surpass or duplicate fellow Mutya April Short’s Top 12 finish in World Top Model held in Monte Carlo, Monaco, last December, not to be confused with the 27th Top Model of the World, staged by the World Beauty Organziation, which Goldman is competing in.
Goldman said that she got some pointers from Short, especially, in her walk to make it fiercer.
The statuesque Goldman, who aspires to become a doctor, has decided to pursue her studies in Cebu, her mother’s hometown. She went to Sacred Heart School - Ateneo de Cebu in Mandaue City before high school in Arbor View High School in Nevada. She works as a model at Shutter Models/ Model Management.
The 5-foot-9 teener is the sister of TrevorGoldman who recently won as Mr. World Noble King 2019.
Giving underprivileged children education
Elite Mrs. Philippines International 2020 Michelle Vitug Encarnacion is stepping up efforts to pursue her advocacy on helping provide free education for poor and underprivileged children while she prepares for the Elite Mrs. International 2020 beauty pageant to be held in Singapore sometime this year.
The 42-year-old Bicolana mother and businesswoman, is the president and CEO of Belmere Skin Care Centre. She strongly supports the SMILE (Share More In Love and Effort) charity of Onesimo Foundation, a Christ-centered ministry foundation, with license from the Department of Social Welfare Development, which houses poor children.
“Let’s give back, to be an instrument to do good and make a difference in other’s lives, especially poor children,” said Encarnacion who plans to expand the “Lapis at Papel” project that she started in her hometown in Albany.
The initiative aims to provide education to children living in depressed areas in the province through various programs.
Being true to her passion and heart’s desire, Encarnacion plans to retire once she reached 50 and devotes her time while still strong to her work to help the children. The philanthropist beauty queen gets help from Jovita Laureola of Belmere Skin Care Center, Prof. AlexMoico, Miss Fashion World International 2019 Sharmaine Magdasoc, Mr. International Philippines Kevin Baloaloa, Miss Earth Air 2018 Melanie Mader, and actor Richard Quan.
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