Finalist No: 4 - Ebony Allison-Brown - 25 Years
Occupation: Youth & Community Worker
Charity: YoungMinds (children & young people's mental health charity)
Ebony is a vibrant & warm-hearted individual who thinks highly of her Caribbean culture. She is very ambitious and works extremely hard to achieve the goals she has set in her life. Ebony has a degree in Youth & Community work and a master's degree in Criminology & Mental Health. She also loves to dance, travel, attend yoga classes, cook and read new books.
Ebony entered the competition as she believes in seeking new ways to improve herself and also an opportunity to learn more about other Caribbean islands as well as her own. She wants to be part of something that celebrated young Afro-Caribbean women & promoted Caribbean culture in a positive light which is exactly what this pageant aims to do.
Ebony is passionate about working with vulnerable young people who struggle with their mental well being, therefore her pageant platform is about increasing awareness on young people with mental health issues. As part of her fundraising campaign to support YoungMinds, Ebony has challenged herself to complete a 10K walk and has raised almost £500 for her charity.
As your Miss Caribbean UK 2020, she aims to use her title to continue providing emotional support to young people especially young women and encourage them to be their best self, be fearless and go after their dreams. She aims to also do work to address mental health in the Caribbean with children and young people