2020 Miss Teen Canada Globe
Name: Miss Teen Ontario Globe 2019/20, Elaine Zhou
Age: 17
City: Markham
Hometown: Ontario
Major Sponsor: TBA


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Vote for Elaine to win Miss Teen Peoples choice and helpher advance to the Final 5 of Miss Teen Canada Globe 2019 Pageant. To watch her video, please click the link here: https://youtu.be/cxGyiy1bbso

Having resided in Markham, Ontario for 17 years, Elaine has always been a shy girl. However, this does not stop her from advancing towards her goal: to use her assets and talents for bettering the world, especially for the vulnerable and the underprivileged. With this in mind, she has worked hard for her Standard First Aid and Bronze Cross swimming qualifications in order to volunteer with her community’s disability aquatics program and later become a swimming instructor for such children. Simultaneously, she has been performing for senior homes and non-profit organizations with her passion for zither and dance.


In addition to her active community engagement, she also recognizes the importance of school involvement. Thus, she is a member of the TEDTalk club, an executive member and regional champion of her school’s DECA chapter, and a writer for her school’s newspaper editorial, having published an article on the White Ribbon Campaign. She also ran a French sustainable-environment-themed fashion show. While balancing these commitments, she ensures to maintain an average above 95%, and her effort is reflected through her numerous academic achievements: grade 8 graduation academic excellence award, grade 9 principal’s list award, technological innovation award, and grade 10 top marks in English and Civics.


However, she recently learned of her childhood friend’s fight against mental illnesses and was exposed to a different world: a circle of fellow classmates struggling with mental health illnesses while still having to manage the stress of senior high school years. Through this pageantry, she hopes to work with charities and organizations like SickKids to address such problems as a role model and to show these classmates and other silently suffering children that though their world seems dark, there is still lightR13;and hopeR13;for them.


“Little girls with dreams become women with vision.”