Meet Chelsea Castillo Contestant Miss Mundo Nicaragua 2016

19 Oct 2015 | Angelopedia

Chelsea Castillo Contestant Miss Mundo Nicaragua 2016


Chelsea Castillo, the contestant of Miss Mundo Nicaragua 2016, hails from the beautiful city of “Jinotega”. She is just 17-years-old and all set to represent her city at the Miss Mundo Nicaragua 2016.

She described herself  as a cheerful, young, positive, charismatic, and above all a very confident girl. Growing up with four siblings, she considers herself lucky as she is the darling of the family.

She completed her secondary education from the National Institute Benjamin Zeledon of Jinotega, where she spent the best years of her life and shared special moments with her teammates.

Chelsea Castillo is a determined person, and her greatest wish is to study social communication in the Central American University (UCA).

The young beauty says her greatest pride is her family, she especially thanks her parents, who have always supported her and all her dreams, in addition to always instill values ??and love for her.

And if we talk about her tastes and preferences, this northern beauty likes reading, participating in walkways, clicking pictures and dancing, especially hip hop.

Since she likes to read, eventually reading became a habit for her, years later she has decided to study music from the music school of Jinotega and learned to play flute. She considers herself passionate about sports, and fashion as well.

Chelsea  has always been a fan of beauty contests. However, Chelsea does not have much experience in it, still she feels she is pretty much able to exploit her skills and will be able to give her best in the Miss Mundo Nicaragua 2015 pageant. She says her prime goal is to represent Nicaragua at an international competition, and to introduce the culture and traditions of her country to the world.

Today and always I will be proud to be one of the representatives of the city, Jinotega.” She said.

Chelsea considers herself to be a caring person, and she aspires not only to help others, but to take every day as an opportunity to bring changes and improve the living conditions of the society.

She has decided on taking an initiative to start a social project in her city, Jinotega, known as “Hope”. The social project, Hope, is solely dedicated towards helping children who live in remote places, where access to education is not easy. The organization works toward improving the standard of living for the downtrodden by conducting various activities.