The Jamaican Medical Doctor is winner of The Hyundai Miss Universe Jamaica Beauty, Fashion and Wellness Crown
Sun, Aug 20, 2023: The Reigning Queen Toshami Calvin Miss Universe Jamaica 2022 has just crowned her successor, The Winner against 29 Contestants at the end of Grand Finale, Miss Closet Code Dr. Jordanne Lauren Levy as new Miss Universe Jamaica 2023 in the pageant venue AC Hotel by Marriott Kingston, Jamaica today on Sunday August 2th 2023 which started at 7:30pm.
The Top 3 and Runners-up are Robyn Kiira Lloyd Miss Sofia’s Bayit and Deborah Gordon Miss Gustazos.
The TOP 6 are Ashlie Barrett Miss Sprint Financial Services, Tyra Spaulding Miss Virtual Reality Jamaica and Gabrielle Henry Miss Maxie Department Store. The Full Result are available at Top 16 and Top 30 Contestants.
Newly crowned Dr. Jordanne Lauren Levy Miss Universe Jamaica 2023 will represent her nation with the national flag at the upcoming 72ND Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador at the pageant venue Adolfo Pineda National Gymnasium (Gimnasio Nacional Adolfo Pineda) on Saturday November 18, 2023 where the reigning Miss Universe 2022, R'Bonney Gabriel will crown her successor at the end of Grand Finale.
New Queen Dr. Jordanne Lauren Levy Miss Universe Jamaica 2023 is the 49TH Entry to Class of Miss Universe 2023 and The First Jamaican Beauty Queen in the era of Dr. Anne JKN.
The Main Sponsor Hyundai Jamaica said “Jordanne: Bringing the heat not only on the Hyundai Miss Universe Jamaica stage but also at the Hyundai Meta Gala, serving up confidence and style in every step!"
Dr. Jordanne Lauren Levy, a young doctor from Kingston, Jamaica, attributes her strong work ethic to the values instilled in her by her parents and grandparents. They taught her the importance of dedication and hard work, shaping her into who she is today. Driven by her passion for helping others, she finds fulfillment in making a positive impact through her work as a medical intern at the University Hospital of the West Indies and in her community. Balancing her aspirations, she dreams of starting a family while pursuing her vision of owning a state-of-the-art medical aesthetic spa. Her journey has been abundant and filled with valuable lessons that have shaped her resilience and determination.
Ashlie White Barrett has had the privilege of representing her phenomenal country at Miss World and several other events both locally and internationally. Her passion for Jamaica inspired her Bachelor of Arts degree in Entertainment and Cultural Enterprise Management. Her choice of study not only reflected her love for the cultural and entertainment industries but also its ability to bring significant changes in her society; with hopes to revolutionize the given sectors, in contributing to Jamaica’s sustainable growth and development. She has a great passion and love for her country and people and takes great pride in being an advocate for several initiatives, including the BASE foundation - advocating for victims of endometriosis (as a warrior of the chronic illness herself) as well as helping our special needs athletes. She has worked closely with UNICEF, Jamaica, and the Digicel Foundation in aid of raising funds for our Olympians for the games in Austria in 2016.
Robyn Kiira May Lloyd, a 27-year-old entrepreneur and law student, founded the Robyn Kiira Foundation. This non-profit organization aims to enhance the well-being of the blind community and marginalized individuals in Jamaica. Robyn prioritizes helping the blind and visually impaired by providing assistance with utility payments and transportation to appointments. Additionally, she actively seeks support and partnerships to advocate for their rights. Demonstrating selflessness, Robyn surpasses expectations to meet the needs of others. Outside of her philanthropic work, she enjoys socializing, swimming, dancing, karaoke, traveling, and cooking. Alongside managing her own home goods store, she aspires to become a judge in the future. However, at present, she is pursuing her dream to become the first Jamaican to win the Miss Universe title.
Tyra Spaulding, a Kingston, Jamaica native, is a highly accomplished individual. She obtained a bachelor's degree in accounting and economics with honors from the University of the West Indies. With a vibrant and adventurous spirit, Tyra is constantly seeking new knowledge and exploring the boundaries of her abilities.
Initially establishing her career in the accounting field, Tyra made significant strides in contributing to the economy, fulfilling her professional ambitions. However, fueled by her desire to make a positive impact in suicide prevention through fitness and intervention, she made the bold decision to participate in the Miss Universe Jamaica competition.
Using this prominent platform, Tyra aims to extend her assistance to a wider audience, focusing on improving mental health. Beyond possessing a sharp intellect and a compassionate heart, Tyra's captivating beauty has opened doors for her in the world of modeling, another passion she pursues diligently on her journey.
Tyra aspires to embody the epitome of an empowered woman by making economic contributions, thriving in the modeling industry, and eventually establishing her own gym. This gym will serve as a hub for physical exercise, emphasizing the crucial connection between fitness and mental wellness.
Dr. Gabrielle Henry, a motivated and compassionate woman from Kingston, Jamaica, is driven to achieve excellence. She has a diverse educational background in both science and the arts, excelling in chemistry, biology, mathematics, piano, and voice. After graduating with an M.B.B.S. degree in 2018, she now serves in the medical field, advocating for health and wellness. Currently pursuing a residency in ophthalmology, Gabrielle also strives to empower women and is passionate about plants and animals. Her motto in life is "what you think, you become," encouraging self-improvement and envisioning the best version of oneself.
Deborah Gordon, an artist and creative, sees beauty everywhere and believes it is dynamic, encompassing everything that makes life worthwhile and fun. She advocates shifting beauty standards from focusing on physical descriptions to emphasizing character-based morals and values. Deborah believes that while physical attributes should not be frowned upon, more emphasis should be placed on being and doing good with love. Despite overcoming health challenges, she holds onto the belief that our greatest fear is not inadequacy but our own extraordinary power. As a liberal studies major at the University of the West Indies, Deborah aims to enhance her creative entrepreneurial pursuits through a multidisciplinary degree program. Inspired by Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi, she is determined to embrace life fully and create joyful memories.
- Ayanna Powell-Myles
- Shaday Forsythe
- Deborah Gordon
- Tiffany Shields
- Shadia Johnson
- Suzan Dowdie
- Sashagaye Marks
- Tika Rutherford
- Seana'Kaye Wright
- Tia Rutherford
- Imani Coleman
- Lianne Fullwood
- Alicia Sewell
- Tyra Spaulding
- Olivia Alex
- Ashley White
- Robyn Lloyd
- Shanice Rerrie
- Zaria Diarra
- Gabrielle Henry
- Nikelle Marier
- Ashlie Barrett
- Jordanne Lauren Levy
- Sara-Dee Palmer
- Maria Hetey
- Denise Wilson
- Shanique Robinson
- Lisa Maragh
- Robin Gabrielle Burnett
- Tia Dryden