Trinidad and Tobago’s own stunningly beautiful, Yia-Loren Gomez , Miss Supranational Trinidad & Tobago 2019 won her group’s Supra Chat with Valeria challenge, placing Top 10 in Talent, placing Top 5 in National Costume and Top 16 in the Influencer Challenge.
Miss Supranational is one of the leading international beauty contests and has become associated with high standards of Television production, Stage Design and Entertainment. This year 74 contestants compete for the crown in one of the most exciting and spectacular television events of the year.
The 11th Miss Supranational Competition will host its final on December 6th at Poland’s Silesia Province.
Yia-Loren Gomez is a conceptual artist, designer and businesswoman focused on various forms of artwork and designs with a concentration on lighting fixtures. While at the Caribbean School of Dance, she attained her RAD certification from the Royal Academy of Dance UK, specialising in a range of dance genres including ballet and contemporary.
Ms. Gomez completed her BA in Visual Arts in 2013 at the University of The West Indies, St Augustine and then went on to teach at the Maria Regina Grade School. It is there that she discovered her deep love for children and helping them to harness their “inner light’’ through artistic and creative expressions. This newfound love for youth advocacy and education galvanised her to read for a Master’s Degree at Loughborough School of Arts UK, where she delved further into the research and development of lighting and design.
In 2017, she graduated and returned to Trinidad where she later officially established her own business—YIA Designs Company Ltd.
Trinidad and Tobago have yet to win the Miss Earth crown. Trinidad and Tobago currently rank 45th in Missosology Big 5 Ranking.