Silvia Naa Morkor Commodore is a model and Business Administration undergraduate at Radford University College. She is a native of Pampram in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Having been raised in Accra—the most economically vibrant hub of the country, Naa Morkor grew passionate about trading, learning new businesses to support her family when their breadwinner was severely incapacitated by a motor accident.
She is a gifted dancer, a talent she discovered while on her quest to escape hardship in her childhood. She is positive in her conviction that dancing will help street children in the same situation. Today, Naa Morkor aspires to be a pillar of hope for children who are forced to endure the ghastly nightmares of poverty in her community.
A staunch believer that children are a vital force in building the future, she dreams of building a dance school to empower the youth to survive today and equip them with the possibility of a better tomorrow. Naa Morkor Commodore finds personal strength in the words of wisdom provided to her by her mother, who once told her ‘Champions are made from trials, not triumphs.’
I was always the tallest student in class throughout my basic education.
I am a wedding event planner and I have always hoped to have my wedding in space one day.
I am the first woman from my hometown to be crowned Miss Universe Ghana.
TO BECOME MISS UNIVERSE