Tynecia Wilson

Thank you Miss Caribbean U.S. Beauty Pageant, Inc. for accepting me as your Miss USA and crowning me the 2021 Miss Caribbean US

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Growing up, Tynecia would always dance with younger students and create community amongst them. In doing this, she promoted self-esteem, and instilled confidence in the girls with whom she shared her love of dance; all before the age of 15. During her time at Temple University and as Miss Caribbean US, Tynecia took on the role of Director of Community Service Events for the Student Organization for Caribbean Awareness. Tynecia planned and executed 7 community service events including the YMCA’s first-ever Black History Month Event and a Feed the Homeless drive, feeding over 200 people experiencing homelessness. Tynecia is now focusing on Financial Education for all, all over Philadelphia. She was able to teach a first-grade class at the Overbook Educational Center about Entrepreneurship and she has also spoken the several eighth-grade classrooms across the city! Tynecia has spoken in undergraduate courses at Temple University to discuss Money Management and why it is important for all of us to develop a positive financial mindset. Tynecia continues to attend any community event or town hall that she can! In doing this, she is able to speak to politicians and the local Philadelphia residents. Tynecia believes that when we want a change to happen, we must include those who the change is for. She continues to keep those who need help, guidance, and resources as the center focus and wants their voices to be heard. Tynecia uses everything in her heart to make the community a better place, and better the youth’s path in life’s journey.

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Tynecia Wilson

Miss Caribbean US 2021