Mideline Phelizor faced a troubled childhood; her mother passed away when she was only five years old and she had to move in with her aunt in Port-au-Prince as her father wasn’t totally present in her life. She lost her childhood illusions quickly, but understood the need to take advantage over her inconveniences and transform them into a source of motivation moving forward.
As a teenager, Phelizor established herself in regional athletics competitions and became a coach for school-aged children. She focused on her academic studies and became one of the brightest in her class.
She faced harassment and teasing due to her tall height, but her father pushed her to enroll in modeling school where she learned to appreciate these physical attributes and became a professional model.
She is currently studying law with the dream to specialize in children’s rights, particularly those of orphans.
Her success in modeling led her to beauty contests. By age 23, she represented Haiti at an international beauty contest, Miss Supranational and won the title of Miss Supra model Caribbean.
Full of ambition and feeling an entrepreneurial spirit, Phelizor launched her modeling agency. Her other interests include cinema, travel, fencing, and food.
TO BECOME MISS UNIVERSE