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Miss Hawaii International™ 2019

Sloanne HewLen


What is the First thing you notice about a person?
We are in the most crucial time in human history, now more than ever our Mother Earth needs us. What are we going to leave behind for future generations if we do not take action now? I would teach students on sustainable living, starting with the little things like using stainless steel bottles and straws, making compost out of everyday food scraps, planting trees, using reusable shopping bags, and recycling. I would teach skills students can use to live off the land and the resources that mother nature provides. We need to raise the next generation to give back to the aina (land). WE can make a bigger impact by reducing, reusing and recycling.

What goals do you have for the new 5 years?
I'm told I carry a "free spirit" personality which I know can sometimes become a weakness in situations that require serious focus or attention but I think it contributes to one of my strengths. I'm very adaptable to any situation or environment I may find myself in. This includes being able to relate and work effectively with individuals of different backgrounds and cultures.

What is the first thing you would do if you win the lottery?
A titleholder should possess the qualities that the crown she wears represents. The people need to know that they can trust her to be their voice and advocate for the mission of the pageant empowering women as well as men to be greater world citizens. Image and marketability are very important as a titleholder. We need to hold ourselves to a higher standard because we have the platform for bringing awareness to issues within our community and serving others. It is up to us to make sure we are leaving a legacy of positive impact for our youth.

What is the most useless you have ever purchased?
I cannot live without my "black wings". My eyeliner pen is an everyday go-to for me. Since I have such round eyes, it is a must to play them up with a little sass.

What is the best way to spend a rainy afternoon?
People will critique pageants based off of what they have seen on television, movies and social media. If they walked in our heels maybe they would think otherwise. These empowered women who vie for the crown are some of the strongest in the world. Pageant life teaches us how to be the best version of ourselves we can be while being proud of who we are and where we come from. Not only do pageants help build your confidence and teach you life skills but it is a way for the contestant to actively give back to their community. Pageants consist of hard work and require the determination to get out there and represent the difference we wish to see in the world.

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