Tierney Fauche is 1st Runner up of Miss Barbados UK 2019. She is an enthusiastic, bubbly and devoted young woman. She is a firm believer of living life serving the three ‘e’s’; which is to empower, enlighten and to embrace one’s true self to help serve a noble cause towards societal and national development. Her social consciousness displays compassion for advocacy which stretches towards her passion for helping others. Tierney is a Special Educational Needs Teacher (HLTA) at a secondary school in West London. Her academic struggles (due to dyslexia) and her psychological background, has led Tierney to help Neurodivergent students find their confidence and individual way of learning using her creativity to differentiate the curriculum. Moreover, she volunteers weekly sessions to tutor disadvantaged students to ensure that all students perform to the same standard to their advantaged counterparts and are given the opportunity to progress to university (by choice) and beyond. Despite working hard on her career, Tierney invests time into her talents and hobbies such as; photography, content creating, sports, spoken word and loves to try new things that are out of her comfort zone. She loves to spend time with her family and friends and uses her spare time (what’s left!) to eat some good, good food! As a Miss Caribbean UK 2023 finalist, Tierney’s overall aim is to focus on issues affecting women and children. Her current concepts stem from finding the racial minority voices in SEND, as it is a controversial topic within black communities. With her determined mind and heart, she is wanting to overcome stigmas and stereotypes towards neurodiverse children and their families, by connecting with charities/projects to ensure that SEN/disadvantage children are also, given the best experience, support and opportunities to thrive alongside their families. Tierney is very grateful and excited to be a Miss Caribbean UK 2023 finalist. She can’t wait to fundraise, raise awareness towards her platform, learn more about Barbados and the Caribbean and of course, embrace the many strengths and talents that our West Indian women have by creating spaces within the UK for young aspiring West Indian women – both within and out of pageantry. One thing Tierney aspires to become by the night of the final, is to be an inspiration to young women across the world and really show that there is a space for everyone in the world to make either a big or small positive impact.
"The People's Champion" award is sponsored by:
To vote Tierney Fauche as your favourite Miss Caribbean UK 2023
The Finalists with the most public votes will be presented with the “The People’s Champion” crown and sash and a gift basket filled with Design Essentials products will be presented during the Grand Final.
MCUK 2023 Photoshoot
Sunday 2nd July 2023