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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Last Updated Wednesday, December 31, 1969

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Miss Earth Jamaica Select Representative

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Nineteen year-old top model and entrepreneur, Jenaae Jackson was selected to represent Jamaica at the ninth edition of the Miss Earth Pageant to be held in Manila, Philippines on November 8, 2009.

Ms. Jackson’s selection was done at the executive level, after several potential candidates were screened using the international pageant judging criteria which includes overall appearance, beauty of the face, swimsuit fitness, poise and elegance, personality, environmental awareness and intelligence.

About Jenaae Jackson

Age: 19
Zodiac Sign: Gemini
Height: 5’ 10”
Weight: 119
Statistics: 32 - 24 -35
Occupation: Entrepreneur

Jenaae Jackson

Jenaae Jackson was born on June 1, 1990 in Kingston, Jamaica. A past student of Williams Prep and Dunrobin Primary School before migrating to Florida. As an only child in a single parent home, she had to learn how to be independent and self sufficient from an early age. In December 2005, Jenaae represented Jamaica in the Miss Teen Florida Caribbean Pageant, where she won the coveted title. In 2007, she traveled to the British Virgin Islands to compete in the Miss Caribbean World Pageant – later that year she entered Caribbean Model Search in Kingston, Jamaica. She has modeled for designers such as Heatherette's Richie Rich and companies such as JC Penny as well as various designers. This19 years old, is an entrepreneur and co-owner of Executive Travel & Communication Inc. a virtual communication company.

Jenaae enjoys photography, strutting the runway, traveling, playing volleyball, and socializing with friends. Miss Jackson also enjoys volunteering with school children, helping them improve their reading skills. The “Going Green” initiative is something that Miss Jackson is passionate about. She truly believes that if everyone changed just a few lifestyle choices such as turning off the light when you leave a room or walking to the store instead of driving we can truly make an eminent impact on the environment.

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