Nickname: Jessie, D-3
What part of Miami (South Florida) are you from?
Describe yourself in five words.
Energetic, Funny, Fitness Freak, Unforgettable
What’s the one thing you think everyone who visits Miami must do or see?
While south beach is its own entity, everyone should visit the Wynwood murials because they show Miami is more than vice and plastic
What outfit in your closet best describes your personal style?
The outfit that describes my personal style would have to be a light colored blouse with white jeans and any shoe considered a stiletto. Oh and big sunglasses to protect my eyes from all those UV rays!
What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
My family! That's including the dogs!
What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
That really depends on your definition of crazy.
If you could spend the night out in Miami with any celebrity who would it be and why?
I would love to spend a night out in Miami with Bono because he has always been a humanitarian. Even though he is a world famous artist, he uses his music to get through to his audience about issues going on in the world. He has written several songs about the poverty across third world countries, and uses these profits to organize tours with fellow artists to build funds for projects such as the AIDS pandemic in Africa.
What social issue is most important to you?
The social issue that is most important to me is childhood obesity. I feel that this issue has not had enough light shed upon it and its victims are helpless because they are too young to know any better.
What and how would you contribute to the city of Miami?
As wonderful as the city of Miami is, I feel that I would try to create events and charity parties that helped shine a light on the social issues that need more attention.
What makes Miami girls different from all other girls?
Miami girls are different from all other girls because we are unforgettably confident. I feel that because of the Latin atmosphere, the culture encourages the women to have the confidence to be sexy. This confidence transcends into our personal relationships with each other as women. Not only does it reinforce us being confident with each other, it's the common factor for any girl raised in Miami.
If you had a magic wand, what would you change about Miami and why?
I would change the fact that there is no law regarding cell phone usage and driving. Miami is known for its horrendous drivers, and I feel that cell phone use is the problem with our generation.