Earlene Francisca Labassiere comes from the eastern twin eastern communities of Good Hope and San Sauveur in the Commonwealth of Dominica. She was born on the 6th of April 1991.This Aries beauty has many hobbies including, singing, reading, listening to music, enjoying the outdoors and a good laugh. Earlene graduated as salutatorian from the Goodwill Secondary School in 2007, where she served as Deputy Head Girl, Prefect, House Captain and Class Captain.
She entered the Dominica State College in the same year and pursued studies in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering. There, she served as faculty representative for two years on the student government and was a co-founder of the college’s journalism club. She obtained a City and Guilds Diploma in her field of study in 2009 and recently graduated from the State college with an Associate’s Degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, in 2010.
The future ambition of this young 20 year old is to become an Aerospace Engineer , hoping to place focus on aeronautical. She dreams of one day being able to fly and build an airplane and monitor satellites in our universe.
Earlene has a passion for engineering thus her present employment at SAT Telecoms, one of Dominca’s two Television companies as the only female technician of the company.
She is an active member of the St Alphonsus Junior Catholic Church Choir and a former athlete of the Dominica Olympians Sports Club. Earlene participated in the Miss Dominica Pageant 2011 and captured the First Runner-up position. She also captured the awards for best in swimwear and best evening wear the night of the pageant.
CHILD SAFETY & ABUSE PREVENTION
Earlene has a soft spot for children and thus she is an advocate for child safety and abuse prevention. As such, she volunteers at one of Dominica’s children homes which caters to abused and abandoned children and frequently visits various primary schools to talk with the students. She has also assisted in training children who participate in the Carnival Princess Show and the Ti matador children’s pageants which are held annually in Dominica.