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Miss World Guyana to be coached by renowned Philippines pageant company
Published on August 11, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

GEORGETOWN, Guyana -- Gouldian, a pageant training company in the Philippines and renowned experts in the development of pageant leadership, will be providing Miss World Guyana, Rafieya Husain, with specialized pageant training from August 26 to September 6, 2014, in Manila, Philippines.

Miss World Guyana, Rafieya Husain
To help Miss World Guyana achieve success, her training will include one on one sessions with former winners and other celebrated beauty queens. The pageant trainers will share proprietary coaching techniques that will enable Rafieya to enhance her overall approach and technique in mastering the critical processes and demands of the pageant.

Gouldian is one of many expert presenters on the international roster of presenters and leaders in pageantry preparation for the 2014 session in which over 120 outstanding, beautiful women, 17-24 years old are given an opportunity to represent their country at Miss World. The company aims to give young women the opportunity to learn what it takes to succeed as a titleholder while gaining valuable life skills that transcend the world of pageantry.

The annual Miss World Pageant is slated for London on December 14, 2014.

Miss World is the largest and longest running international beauty pageant. Launched in 1951, it has become one of the world’s most watched annual events worldwide with a viewing audience of over 1 billion people. It is the only pageant that has a Beauty with a Purpose competition, which is the name of a special annual award program that singles out and recognizes the Miss World contestant who has shown, through charitable works, to have made a real difference to people in need in her country.

The World Guyana organizer focuses on raising money for charities and mirroring the role and spirit of Miss World at a national level. Under new directorship since 2013, Miss World Guyana holds its annual pageant to identify young Guyanese women who exemplify beauty, talent, intelligence and compassion. The organization aims to create and empower role models who will serve as regional ambassadors, role models, charity representatives, enrich the perception of beauty, and enhance a new strength, energy and spirit for the advancement of women, while positively impacting their communities.

Miss World Guyana is not only the most holistic and aspiring job for any young woman but also one of the most prestigious titles to achieve as an accomplishment. The winner of Miss World Guyana represents Guyana with over 130 other countries at the annual Miss World finals. Each year Miss World Guyana entrants and finalists raise money for either chosen charities or projects supported through donations to local charities in need of assistance
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