Gabriela Vallejo

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Gabriela Clesca Vallejo
Gabriela Clesca Vallejo

(1993-09-18) 18 September 1993 (age 26)[citation needed]
ResidenceOttawa, Ontario, Canada
Home townPétion-Ville, Haiti
Height1.74 m (5 ft 8 12 in)[citation needed]
TitleMiss Haiti 2019
Beauty pageant titleholder
Miss Supranational 2014
(Top 20)
Miss Universe Canada 2017
(Top 20)
Miss Haiti 2019
Miss Universe 2019

Gabriela Clesca Vallejo is a Haitian-Canadian model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Haiti 2019. She will now represent Haiti at Miss Universe 2019.

Personal life[edit]

Gabriela was born in the Dominican Republic from a Dominican mother and a Haitian-Congolese father and raised at Haiti where she taught how to speak French and Creole before she and her family moved to Canada when she was a teenager. Gabriela currently finished her final year of University studying International Development and Civil Law at the University of Ottawa. Along with her education, she works for the Federal Government at the Innovation Intellectual Canadian Property.[1]


Gabriela won Miss Supranational Canada to represent Canada at Miss Supranational 2014. [2]

She placed as a Top 20 finalist and won the Miss Congeniality award. She later represented West Ottawa at the 2017 Miss Universe Canada pageant where she was placed as a Top 20 finalist where Lauren Howe won the pageant.[3][4]

She later competed at a Haitian pageant for the first time, Miss Universe Haiti 2019, where she won and was given the right to represent Haiti at Miss Universe 2019.[5]


  1. ^ "NATIONAL FINALISTS: Gabriela Clesca Vallejo". Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  2. ^ "Miss Afrique Montreal Bel Hommage A La Femme Africaine". Touki Montreal.
  3. ^ "Gabriela Clesca Vallejo En Miss Universe Canada 2017/". Toronto Dominicano.
  4. ^ "Crowning Glory For Ottawa Area Models". Ottawa Citizen.
  5. ^ "Haiti Crowns Bets To 2019 Miss Universe, Miss International". Retrieved 20 July 2019.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Samantha Colas
Miss Haiti
Succeeded by