Shauntae-Ashleigh Miller was proclaimed Miss Universe Bahamas 2020 in a special screening held last month. Selvinique Wright placed first runner-up while Nyisha Tilus was the second runner-up.
The 27-year-old health and fitness advocate holds a bachelor’s degree in pre-medicine, biology, and a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. She is currently pursuing a doctorate degree at Carson Newman University.
“With my eyes set and my heart determined to do my best, I start this journey assured that my steps are ordered,” she captioned an official photo posted on social media a week after her official announcement.
The new Miss Universe Bahamas succeeds last year’s titleholder Tarea Sturrup in her second and final attempt at the national competition. She will now prepare to represent the Bahamas at the 69th Miss Universe pageant next year.
Photos: Shauntae-Ashleigh Miller / Instagram