Miss Universe 2013, Venezuela’s Gabriela Isler, travels around the globe and works with charities to bring attention about key issues, particularly those that involve women and children. The website Latina got a privilege to sat down with Gabriela and interview the amazing beauty queen. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
Gabriela opened up about various aspects of life to Latina during her stop in New York City at Lincoln Center for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week after Carmen Marc Valvo’s 25th Anniversary Runway Show. When asked about Carmen Marc Valvo’s show this season, she replied that the event was amazing, especially the various textutes and colors. She also noted that the pieces of swimwear are elegant.
She also revealed that she is currently reading Deepak Chopra’s “How to Know God.” She also gave a heartwarming message to Latinas.
“Keep fighting for your dreams, everything can come true. Look at me, I am from Venezuela, a small country and I am representing my country to the world. Continue working and continue dreaming,” said Gabriela to Latina.
Representing Latinas on Nov. 9, 2013, Gabriela made history when she was crowned Miss Universe, becoming the seventh woman from Venezuela to bring home the crown. The 25-year-old beauty graduated from the private institution of UNITEC, with a degree in marketing and business administration. She, in due course, plans to open her own business after getting her MBA.
Along with traveling the world and experiencing new cultures and languages, Gabriela will serve as a spokesperson for HIV/AIDS awareness and will work closely with organizations such as God’s Love We Deliver, Latino AIDS Commission and Aid for AIDS, among others. During her spare time, Gabriela enjoys baking and watching movies. She also keeps updating her fans about current happening in the beauty world on social media.
There you have it for the short feature on Gabriela Isler. Follow Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates about your favorite celebrities.
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