Miss Philippines Earth 2018 contestant Ronelie Pador

24 Apr 2018 | Angelique Reyes

Miss Philippines Earth 2018, has made all its finalists known. The Miss Philippines Earth pageant is another one of really popular pageants in the country, and a celebrated one too. Over 40 girls have been selected as the contestants from thousands of applications. These earth warriors will fight for the crown that currently belongs to Miss Earth Karen Ibasco, and a winner will be crowned at the finale of Miss Philippines Earth 2018 on 19th May 2018 at MOA Arena.


Miss Philippines Earth 2018 contestant Ronelie Pador


But before we the finale, it’s necessary to get to know the ladies fighting for the crown.

The representative of Kalibo, Aklan is Ronelie Pador. The beauty queen has been given the title of the Goddess Of The Eastern World. 25 years old, Ronelie is a Flight Attendant. She stands tall at 5 feet 7 inches and measures 34 inches - 28 inches - 36 inches.

Growing up in the Aklan province, Ronelie became truly proud of her hometown. The way of living in her town was not expensive due to them being countrywomen. Family oriented and spiritually active was the way her people were, and those are two things she says she won’t forget that happened during my childhood.

During her growing years Ronelie always learned to honour her parents, trust god always, take risks and to be confident in any way. Her most memorable moment of her entire life was when she became a flight attendant. She finally got the job that she had worked so hard for.

Her primary reasons to join Miss Philippines Earth are, she wants her fellow Aklanons, especially in Boracay, to be educated about loving and caring for the earth, to start what needs to be done for the same, and for them to be proud of her. She wants to educate people around her about having a peaceful and clean Earth.


Miss Philippines Earth 2018 contestant Ronelie Pador

(Photo Credits: Ronelie Algarne Pador Facebook Official)

Her advocacy is sustaining the Gifts of Nature and People's Livelihood through Responsible Ecotourism. She says, “Aklan is a land blessed with nature's bounty, from the world's best beach in Boracay to the Queen of Philippine Fibers, the piña, not to mention a rich marine life and other natural attractions. These resources need to be preserved for future generations and to pay homage to our original mother that has given us everything, Mother Earth.”

She is driven, and ready to Compete for the crown that is held currently by Miss Earth 2017 Karen Ibasco.