Winy Leszczynska Lundi to represent Haiti at Reina Hispanoamericana 2021

11 Aug 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Winy Leszczynska Lundi is the official representative of Haiti at the upcoming edition of Reina Hispanoamericana that is scheduled to take place in October in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. The diva succeeds Miss Hispanoamericana Haiti 2019 Cassandra Cherry, who was adjudged as the eight runner-up at the end of the Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 event finale.

The 23 years-old beauty is a business administration student, singer and a professional model. Winy says, “I love participating in beauty pageants. Because, personally, I inherit certain values. After each competition, I have the feeling that something has been added to me. Pleasant changes have taken place. And that's what always prompts me to participate.”



She began her journey in beauty competitions when she was in 3rd grade. Winy was the winner of the 2015 Miss BP and 2017 Miss IHECE beauty pageants. In 2018, she won the Meilleur Talent contest and was named 2018 Miss Excellence in the International Junior Miss Haiti competition. The diva also finished in the Top 8 in the Miss Haiti 2019 pageant.

Apart from being a beauty queen and a talent singer, Haiti is also an emerging entrepreneur with her initiative ‘Femmement’. She also hosted a cultural program on Tele Éclair. Winy has been featured in publications like Le Nouvelliste and Ticket Magazine. She was also profiled by the Haitian Ladies Network in 2019.



After being announced as the Reina Hispanoamericana Haiti 2021, Winy took to her social media to share, “I am proud and honored to be the one leading our beautiful country to the 2021 Reina Hispanoamericana competition. This is an opportunity for me to show the world that even when we find ourselves in a dark place, our greatness still remains. We are a nation of strong men and women with a rich culture and an unbeatable history. This is what defines us and this is what I’m going to be representing.”

As an advice to the young girls she said, “I will tell young people to believe in their abilities, to hold on to their dreams, and to capitalize on their potential." She is popular, confident and experienced to represent Haiti at an international platform and make her country proud.

Congratulations queen!