Georgetown, Guyana- Miss Guyana 2019, Joylyn Anita Conway is proudly representing Guyana at the 69th edition of the Miss World competition which commenced November 20th, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. Representatives from 130 countries will be competing for the coveted Miss World title on December 14th, 2019 at the ExCeL London, in London, United Kingdom where Miss World 2018, Vanessa Ponce of Mexico will crown her successor at the end of the event.
Miss Guyana 2019, Joylyn Anita Conway arrived in London 2 weeks ahead of the commencement of Miss World 2019 competition where she completed her media tour and final training/preparation with top trainers in the UK. Prior to her EU media tour, Joylyn was humbled to have started her training in Guyana and grateful to have met and trained with some of Guyana’s best. Miss Conway left Guyana on October 18th and spent a little over a week in New York as part of her USA media tour where she met with members of the diaspora, made several appearances, conducted interviews and continued some preparation to enhance her media/training skills for the international competition.
Joylyn is prepared, overjoyed and excited to represent Guyana on the international stage as well as use the opportunity to promote her Beauty With a Purpose project, STEM GIRL GLOW. This unique project reflects Joylyn’s passion for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Adding to the STEM theme, is Guyana’s national gift which was inspired by the lighted torch of Joylyn’s STEM project, entitled “GLOW” was created by upcoming artist, Chelsea Ramotar. For the Top Model competition, Miss Guyana will be wearing a STEM inspired gown, titled “CIRCUITRY” designed by Guyana’s own, Randy Madray.
One of the highlights of the STEM inspired theme will be Guyana’s national dress, dubbed the fabric of the Guyanese people and is the first of its kind in Guyana and the Caribbean. This fully customized and digitally printed dress was printed by Impressions Inc., Guyana’s top marketing/promotions company and designed by Randy Madray. In keeping with the STEM theme, Guyana’s talent performance is a contemporary dance to Leona Lewis’s Footprints in the Sand. In addition to this, and touching on our Guyanese culture in reaching unity, economic growth and transformation, Joylyn will be introducing a new folklore character to the Masquerade family, Mother Reacher aka Mami-lang-arms, a Randy Madray creation for her Dance of the World presentation (more details to follow).
CALL TO ACTION
Joylyn will be taking her STEM project centerstage beginning with a rally of the troops at home and abroad to increase her social media fan base to win the Head to Head challenge with the release of a series of STEM inspired content. You can help Guyana secure a spot in the Head to Head challenge by connecting to Joylyn’s social media channels, Mobstar, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Starting immediately Guyanese both at home and the diaspora are invited to rally around Miss Guyana 2019, Joylyn Conway, in her quest to become Guyana’s first Miss World by supporting her journey on social media. Social media plays an integral part in the Miss World competition as a multimedia fast track challenge. To lend support, you can follow Joylyn’s progress by liking, sharing and commenting on her posts during the Miss World competition via Mobstar, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the Miss World website.
Miss Guyana 2019, Joylyn Conway extends warmest regards, the purest joy, love and appreciation to all those who have made her journey a successDear Editors. She especially thanks her Sponsors & Contributors: Totto, Cosmetics Beauty World, New GPC, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Public Telecommunications, Sassy Styles Boutique, MARSAE by Marcia DeSantos, Randy Madray Designs, Colefacts Designs, That look Boutique, Classic Styles Boutique, John Lewis, Adebayo Jones African Luxury, Optical Fashion, Jagan Dental, Bella Oasis, Space Gym, Impressions Inc, Windsor Estates, Black Opal, All African Colours UK, Earth to Earth Organics, Brutus Recording Studio, Frostresteam, New Look Beauty Shop & Lustre Pink Moisturizers. Notable mentions, Ministry of Education & Caricom Secretariat.
Photographers: Keron Bruce Photography, KeyNote Photography, Shaun Edwards, Kevin Fraser, Sophia Elizabeth Photography and D’Marsh Couture. Choreographers Vivienne Daniels, Marissa Primo, Wayne Daniels, Reuben P Joseph and Ruvimbo Chinzou. Zabeth Issac. Ashvini Persaud, Renee Chester, Dhanpaul Narine, Semi Fung, Anastasia Sanford, Nigel Niles, Patricia Langeford, Sade Barrow-Browne, Keith Allicock, LivePro Active, Ravi Ramkeesoon, Angela Augustus, Femi Ikutiyinu, Tenesia and Danny Pascal, Yves Philbert, Zena Bland, Mike & Terry Jervis and the rest of her valuable team, STEM Girl GLow team, her parents Floyd & Ardith Conway, family and friends including anyone she may have forgotten to mention at this time. Joylyn is already on track to do her utmost best to make all of Guyana proud.