ALICIA HIXON FROM BARBADOS – FOUNDER OF MR & MISS BLACK BEAUTY, TO RECEIVE OUR AFRICA4U AWARD ON JUNE 12TH

On Friday the 12th of June, Alicia Hixon  will be receiving an Africa4u Award at the AFRICA4U ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS FOR AFRICANS IN THE UK, which shall be taking  place on Friday the 12th of June at 6pm at The Stables Hall, the White Lion, 234 Streatham High Road, SW16 1BB

Find out more about this great ambassador below

Double Social & Humanitarian award winner Alicia Hixon was born in the beautiful island Barbados, West Indies.

A former beauty contestant and a model who represented her island Barbados in a number of beauty pageants and model for many high street brands including the House of Fraser. Alicia strong passion for charitable works has seen her participated in many charitable activities including the United Nations Peace dinner & Cancer Research 5K’s runs.

Alicia love for sports has seen her representing her country Barbados in 1997 and called again in 1998 as a key player in netball, but due to a back injury, her international stint was short lived.

Alicia currently works in the Legal field. Alicia holds a diploma in Psychology, Peace Certificates in; Conflict Analysis, Interfaith Conflict Resolution, Negotiation and Conflict Management, Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) in Africa, Equality and Diversity, Ebola Virus Disease: Awareness and Precautions for Peacekeeping Personnel and a certificate in Customer Service.

Alicia is the founder of “Children Are Made Secure Foundation” which seeks to assist children in developing countries between the ages of 4-10 with their education. Currently she is the Ambassador for West Mount preparatory School based in Sierra Leone.

Also,

The founder of ” Mr & Miss Black Beauty Pageant” which is a positive platform that gives young black men and women the opportunity to showcase their talents but most of all a platform that promotes educational opportunities for them and at the same time develop leadership amongst them Globally. In 2014 she was successful in securing two educational scholarships value at £12,000.00 for the Mr & Miss Black Beauty winners with Christ College London.

Alicia currently presents a weekly show with Osibisa Radio, a London based Afro-Caribbean Radio station where she makes a positive impact in the community.

4 thoughts on “ALICIA HIXON FROM BARBADOS – FOUNDER OF MR & MISS BLACK BEAUTY, TO RECEIVE OUR AFRICA4U AWARD ON JUNE 12TH

  1. Akor Emmanuel

    We are proud of such individuals,they are the figures that inspire young ones like us to push on with life.congratulations to her

    Reply

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