Débora Hallal Ayala crowned Mexicana Universal Sinaloa 2019 for Mexicana Universal 2020

01 Dec 2019 | Camilla Suarez

Débora Hallal Ayala was crowned Mexicana Universal Sinaloa 2019 on 30th November 2019 as Carla Mariant Sánchez, Mexicana Universal Sinaloa 2018, and the state director from Mexicana Universal Sinaloa, Perla Beltrán, oversaw crowning of the new representative of Sinaloa. Débora will be representing Sinaloa at the Mexicana Universal 2020 coronation ceremony where Sofía Aragón will crown her successor at the end of the event who will compete in Miss Universe 2020.

Débora Hallal Ayala, originally from Los Mochis, Sinaloa, is 23 years old and stands 178cm tall. She has a degree in Business Administration and advanced level of English is focused on altruistic actions, actively participating in civil association and with the Sinaloan youth. She is the creator of the project called, ‘A Purpose’, in which she explained that she visits marginalized communities to provide all kinds of primary assistance. The diva had commented that she seeks to replicate her project in more communities, inspire young people to be agents of change and take actions to help.



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For 2019, the state organization, made the decision together with the national organization, to choose the representative through designation, in order to find a woman who not only stands out for her beauty, but also is a capable personal to inspire others, committed to society, with professional preparation and have a positive message to transmit it. At the coronation ceremony, Perla Beltrán commented that Débora meet all the requirements to be a worthy representative of the state.

Débora has worked very hard and is constantly working hard to win the title. She practices regular exercise, makeup, hairstyling, catwalk, altruistic work and interviews that would help her with overall development and confidence for the competition. She is not new to the pageantry world as she had previously participated and won the title of Miss Teen World Sinaloa 2016 and later went onto win Miss Teen World Mexico 2016. She went onto represent Mexico at Miss Teen World 2016 but unfortunately failed to win the crown but was placed under Top 15. Débora has also participated in Mexicana Universal Sinaloa 2018 where she was placed under Top 5 category.



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With her experience in the pageantry world and confidence she walks on the ramp, Débora Hallal Ayala can give a tough competition to all the contestants of Mexicana Universal 2020. She is very persuasive with her speech as well which can impress the judges.