Ina Dajci is an architect, innovator, artist, and model. She received an architectural degree from City College of New York at The City University of New York. Her work as an architect is focused on providing design solutions to humanitarian crises by bringing design professionals to communities that suffer from environmental, social, and cultural degradation.
She has worked on projects in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Ina is an advocate for the environment and champions energy-efficient design, recycling methods, and design through ecologically sustainable means. She aims to amplify the voices that are calling to protect the environment and encourage activism of all generations, but especially young ones to fight for all human rights.
The empowerment of women is crucial to her ideology as Ina firmly believes that the rights of women and children should not be separate from the rights of Earth because the health of our land and its human beings is the same. As an artist, she had her first painting exhibition at the Albanian National Historic Museum aiming to encourage youth to pursue their artistic talents.
Additionally, Ina runs a nonprofit foundation called Designing Good, an international cultural institution that aims to promote humanitarian, environmental, and social design through partnerships, advocacy, and education-based programs through organizing exhibitions and conferences as well as hosting arts, design, architecture, fashion, cinema, communications, and social events. This organization provides pro-bono design and funding for projects around the world.
I have worked in 5 different continents.
I speak 6 languages.
My dress at Miss Universe will be 100% sustainable.
TO BECOME MISS UNIVERSE