Each week day, starting Monday, June 17, 2013, St. Lucia News Online will publish a biography of a contestant in the Miss Gros Islet Carnival Queen Pageant, scheduled to take place on Sunday, July 21, 2013 at Gaiety, Rodney Bay, starting at 7:30 p.m.
Nestled in the community of Corinth, humbly emerges 18-year-old Kadijha Mason, the only child to Lisa and Aaron Trezelle.
A past student of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School, she graduated with eight CXC subjects: mathematics, English, principals of business, theatre arts, dance, drama, Spanish, building technology and office administration.
Although she possesses vigorous qualities, she is a pleasant and considerate individual who indulges positively in drama, dance, modeling and singing. As a motivator at heart, she urges persons to strive to achieve their dreams despite the obstacles they may encounter. She is an aspiring unique human being eager to show the world the gift that God has blessed her with.
Kadijha Mason’s wining achievement at the 2011 Miss St. Lucia Talented Teen afforded her the opportunity to represent St. Lucia in Basseterre, St. Kitts at the Miss Caribbean Talented Teen. Her exposure to pageantry is one of the mediums she believes will continue to sculpt and develop her talents and individuality.
A dancer for eight years, Kadijha first began dancing with famous St. Lucian dance master “COCKY” and four years later began dancing professionally with the Silver Shadow Dance Academy.
Kadijha aspires to becoming an artistic director and believes her knowledge in performing arts will prepare her holistically. She perceive the arts to be very instrumental in her life as it has made her more driven and focused on her career and personal goals.
With hard work and perseverance and her continued training in the performing arts, Kadijha hopes on becoming an outstanding ambassador in her community, but more importantly for the youth in Saint Lucia.
On Tuesday, June 25, 2013 we will feature Novella St. Juste.