Jennifer Lovelace is a 27 years old Registered nurse who is currently working as a Neuro/cardiac nurse for Tenet. Jennifer graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2012 and is just couple months away from graduating as a Nurse Practioner From Nova Southeastern University as the youngest in her graduating class again. She is originally from Haiti and has been living in South Florida for more than a decade. Ms. Lovelace has been involved in the pageant industry for over 8 years winning titles such as: Miss Caribbean International Beauty, Miss West Palm Beach and Miss Haiti International just to name a few, where she traveled to Jamaica to represent Haiti participating for the first time in the “Miss Global International” and finished top 5 in talent.
Ms. Lovelace also has a strong influence in the Haitian Community where she serves as a youth ambassador, hostess, radio host on 1320 WLQY “SOLCEF radio show: Ann chanje fason nap viv” and a fashion figure. She is the founder and President of the Haitian Student Association at Nova Southeastern University” Esans Kreyol”, the CEO of Sister Pink mentorship group, Co-founder of SOLCEF – Spirit of Live Community Empowerment foundation bringing education in Haiti for the past 6 years in Gonaives and former President of Renaissance Baptist Church youth group in Broward County where she oversees over 75 young adults under her leadership. She has advocated for several charities like: cystic fibrosis, Cure for Cancer, March of Dimes and enjoys volunteering in the community. Her Awards include: Young Haitian Artist and Entrepreneur Award, Silver Knights Nominees, Outstanding community service for Student Government award, Excellence Award and so on. Miss Lovelace hopes to open several medical clinics in South Florida and in the Provinces of Haiti in order to help prolong the life expectancy of individuals in her community and the Haitian people.