Miss St. James’ Kyesha Randall topped 12 contestants for the title to represent Jamaica as a cultural ambassador, according to the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment, and Sport.
The Miss Jamaica Festival Queen Grand Coronation was held on Sunday, August 7 at the Independence Village, Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre.
The 25-year-old Randall was named most culturally aware.
She was a contestant in the Miss Jamaica World and Miss Universe Jamaica pageant and holds a Bachelors Degree in Journalism from CARIMAC.
She currently works as a Public Relations and Marketing Officer
Second place went to Fleisha Samuels of Westmoreland and Miss St. Mary’s Monique Robb finished in third place.
Most Congenial: Monique Robb, St. Mary
Most Active in the Community: Feleisha Samuels, Westmoreland
Most Poised: Godiva Golding, St. Catherine
Best Performance: Kacia Whilby, Trelawny
Most Popular on Social Media: Kristina Newby, Portland
Most Culturally Aware: Kyesha Randall, St. James
Barbara Greene, Readers Bureau, Fellow
Edited by Jesus Chan
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