Lisa Hanna - A true beauty

Published: Monday | August 6, 2012 Comments 0
Miss Jamaica World 1993, Lisa Hanna. - File
Miss Jamaica World 1993, Lisa Hanna. - File
Lisa Hanna. - File
Lisa Hanna. - File

The sentiment is often shared that Lisa Hanna gets better with age and if given the chance could today win the Miss World crown for Jamaica.

It was in 1993 that she stunned the world with her beauty, charm and intellect to create another significant achievement engraved in the history of Jamaica.

Not one who was afraid of serious responsibilities, Hanna served as head girl of The Queen's School and also played co-host on the popular local television series Rappin.

From an early stage, her star quality beamed and at the age of 18 she stunned the world with her exotic beauty in South Africa.

One of three Jamaicans to have won the international crown, Hanna grew up in Retreat, St Mary.

Today, the beauty queen-turned politician serves as minister of youth and culture.

Perhaps an exciting yet arduous time to serve in her current ministerial capacity, Hanna is quite integral in the celebratory plans of Jamaica's 50th anniversary.

Perhaps an exciting yet arduous time to serve in her current ministerial capacity, Hanna is quite integral in the celebratory plans of Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence.

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