Age: 21
Height: 5 feet 5 inches
Measurements: 33 inches - 26 inches - 36 inches
Occupation/Education: Tourism Management Student

Describe your childhood/growing up years (8-13 years old):
As a child, everything was new. I felt like I was discovering myself. I was a very shy girl during that age, despite of that I think I’ve been a happy little girl, an innocent child who feel loved and have a happy memories with family and friends. Overall, I think the biggest thing my parents did to make my childhood special was spend time with family and friends. Simply listen, engage and spend time with them because everything will just be a memory that you will treasure forever.

What lessons did you learn from your childhood/growing years?
My growing years is full of lessons, I also made a lot of mistakes that turned into a lesson. And one thing I realized growing up is that each and everyone of us has its own battle in life, that there could be a winner or a loser but a true winner is not measured by how many times you’ve won but by how many times you stood up each time you fell. And lastly, the most important lesson I learned is that you should always spend every second like it might be your last, so that we don’t have any regrets and make the most of your life and make it count.

Most memorable moment:
My most memorable moment was when my grandfather was still alive, he is my number one supporter he’s the one who keep pushing me that I can achieve any goal I want if I will work hard for it. Everytime moment with him before was memorable.

Why do you want to be Miss Philippines Earth?
I want to be Miss Philippines Earth 2021 to raise my environmental advocacy and be the voice of our environment who really cries for our help to preserve the beauty of it, to avoid doing things that make our environment in the worst situation and most of all to save our mother nature.

What is your environmental advocacy and why did you choose this?
I would like to lead an environmental advocacy and campaign to raise awareness about the current situation of our coastal areas before it comes to entropy. I aim to open the eyes of community people that will help them to have a deeper understanding of the essence of nature and the benefits we can get from it and unlikely causes that it can bring.