Meet Vanessa Chauhan: The Justice Seeker of Miss Universe Canada 2018

15 Aug 2018 | Irina Silva

The event finale of Miss Universe Canada 2018 is scheduled to happen on 18th August 2018 at John Bassett Theatre, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto. At the end of the finale, the reigning Miss Universe Canada 2017 Lauren Howe will crown her successor who will then go on to represent Canada in Miss Universe 2018 on 16th December 2018, in Thailand.

But before the finale, in a series of features, Angelopedia has selected top 20 contestants who are most likely to win the pageant. Meet contestant number 19, Vanessa Chauhan who is 27 years old from Edmonton, Alberta, one of our favourite contestants competing for the national title.

Keep your eyes on this beauty! Vanessa Chauhan is a TV show host, commercial and print model, award-winning humanitarian, fitness enthusiast, and an ambassador for the United Nations Association of Canada. Graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, her resume has far exceeded her expectations!


Meet Vanessa Chauhan: The Justice Seeker of Miss Universe Canada 2018


For her humanitarian work and global volunteerism, her mayor and city council awarded her the prestigious Citizen Recognition Award. Noting her passion for numerous causes and charities, work in the community and for helping Fort McMurray evacuees like herself during the 2016 wildfire. Recently she has been nominated for the Volunteer Medal Award from the Canadian Government and keeps charity work and volunteering at the top of her priorities.

Her TV show is all about charity and giving back! Galas and Giving has been Vanessa’s crea-tive outlet to show her love for charity and public speaking! Each episode touches on a different charity and how people can give back and show support in their own way!


Meet Vanessa Chauhan: The Justice Seeker of Miss Universe Canada 2018

(Photo Credits: Vanessa Chauhan Facebook Official)

When she is not in front of the camera, you will find her at the gym, volunteering, planning charity events and United Nations youth programs. Working for the UN has been a highlight and accomplished goal that Vanessa is extremely proud of. Through focusing on eradicating racial discrimination and promoting inclusion in schools with sports programs, she has been able to speak with youth about anti-bullying, anti-racism and confidence. Which she feels is a very timely cause in our society.

Vanessa’s humanitarian heart, public speaking skills, experience as an ambassador and determination show that there is nothing that she can’t do! Vanessa hopes to utilize the Miss Universe Canada 2018 title as a larger platform to share her humanitarian work with the world and make Canada proud on the Miss Universe stage!

Text courtesy: Miss Universe Canada 2018 Official