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Diana Adee Pierre-Louis | No. 3

My life started on a sunny Thursday, on October 9, 1997, in Saint-Marc, Haiti. My Father named me Diana Adee Pierre-Louis after Princess Diana of England. I started school at 2 ½ years old at, from École Immaculée Conception to Mère Saint-Alvire in Haiti, but grew up in the United State and graduated High School at North Miami Senior High in 2015.

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I am a proud Libra Queen who enjoys beauty pageants, modeling, acting, reading as well as being a wedding and event planning. I am working on my nursing degree, hoping to become an OB/GYN. A child of God is what I am, I love spending my time at church. At Notre Dame D’Haiti Catholic Church, I am one of the Mime dancers. I am also a member of La Sainte Famille Choir, KIWO, and a Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) Teacher. I love telling people about the bible and inviting others to Mass with me as it helps me strengthen my faith in God. I feel that to whatever life situation, the answer is always in the Bible.

On my free time, I am involved with organizations such as North Miami Foundation For Senior Citizen Services Inc, Next Generation, Hope of Joy, Miami Rescue Mission and Stop Hunger Now. These organizations have taught me that being a leader is about forgetting yourself while caring for one another. I am determined, energetic, helpful and caring.
My Goals
I want to be the Next Miss Notre Dame D'Haiti because I am the next generation, and the future starts with me. I want to help others, to help my church and dedicate my time helping my community. For every pageant I compete in, my focus is rarely about the crown but rather on how I can make a difference in someone else's life, and how to be a better Christian. I always believe the crown is just a bonus, a VIP pass and an opportunity to continue my mission. I am very passionate about being the next Miss Notre Dame D'Haiti so I can encourage the Youth at the Church to be more active while strengthen their faith. Our youth needs someone who cares. Our children need a reminder that they do matter, but most importantly to always have faith in God.