Pascale Bélony to represent Haïti at Miss Supranational 2021

11 Mar 2021 | Camilla Suarez

The organization of Miss Supranational Haiti announced Pascale Bélony as the official representative of Haiti for Miss Supranational 2021 and succeeded Miss Supranational Haiti 2019 Weslyne Paul Miyou for the title.

Born and raised in Cap-Hai¨tien, Pascale is 27-years-old. She completed her studies at the University of Florida where she earned her bachelor degrees in Health Education and Nursing. She is an advocate for Women’s and Holistic health. On International Women’s Day, Pascale took to her social media to share, “I stand for women empowerment and giving women opportunities to thrive in every industry they may choose. I challenge gender stereotypes and unequal pay."



The diva mentioned that she will use her voice to echo the heritage of Haiti to the world and paint a different narrative mostly that showcases the culture, people, warmth, and hospitality. “May my voice bring to light the challenges we have yet to overcome all the while reminding us of our identity. May my voice speak with grace, kindness, and humility as I hope to encourage each one of you,” she added.

Pascale is an advocate for women and believes that women should be given the opportunity to work towards their dream and there should be no one to pull them down. She has always used her voice and the power of social media to appreciate women out there and encourage them to believe in oneself. The diva who is a strong personality strongly believes that there is nothing in this world that should stop anyone from chasing their dreams and ambitions in life.



The diva is not new to the world of pageantry as she was adjudged as the second runner-up at Miss Haiti 2019 where she was highly appreciated. At her core she believes that quality healthcare is a basic human right and a vital necessity that every Haitian deserves. After being adjudged as the second runner-up she decided to use her influence and platform to be a prominent voice and advocate for marginalized communities, particularly women. She currently serves as the President of the Advisory Board for P4H Global. Under her leadership, P4H has grown to have programs in 8 of Haiti’s 10 departments with a staff of over 21 full-time Haitian employees.

Pascale is a strong, confident, well equipped, determined, and focused woman who understand the importance of a platform given to her and she is very grateful for the opportunities she has received till now. She has started to prepare for the competition and is emerging out as one of the strongest contenders for Miss Supranational 2021 title.