Jessica Barboza

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Jessica Barboza
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born Jessica Cristina Barboza Schmidt
(1987-08-14) August 14, 1987 (age 29)
Maracaibo, Venezuela
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 12 in)
Hair color Dark Blonde
Eye color Green
Miss Earth Venezuela 2009
Miss Earth 2009
(2nd Runner-Up)
(Miss Earth Water)
Miss Venezuela 2010
(Miss Venezuela International)
Miss International 2011
(1st Runner-Up)

Jessica Cristina Barboza Schmidt(born August 14, 1987) is a Venezuelan model and beauty pageant titleholder who won the titles of Miss Earth Venezuela 2009 and Miss Venezuela International 2010.[1]

Sambil Model / Miss Earth Venezuela[edit]

Barboza won in 2009 the Sambil Model / Miss Earth Venezuela title in a pageant held in Margarita Island, Venezuela on June 12, 2009.[2][3] She was crowned by the outgoing titleholder, María Daniela Torrealba, Sambil Model / Miss Earth Venezuela 2008.[4]

Miss Earth[edit]

As the official representative of her country to the 2009 Miss Earth pageant held in Boracay, Philippines, on November 22, 2009, Barboza competed against 79 other delegates and was crowned Miss Earth-Water (2nd runner-up).[5]

Miss Venezuela[edit]

Barboza competed in 2010 as Miss Distrito Capital in her country's national beauty pageant, Miss Venezuela, obtaining the title of Miss Venezuela International on October 28, 2010.[6]

Miss International[edit]

She represented Venezuela in the 2011 Miss International pageant in Chengdu, China in November 6, 2011.[7] During the Miss International 2011 final, Jessica Barboza was announced as the 1st Runner-Up.


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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Thailand Piyaporn Deejing
Miss International 1st Runner-Up
Succeeded by
Finland Viivi Suominen
Preceded by
Trujillo (state) Elizabeth Mosquera
Miss Venezuela International
Succeeded by
Guárico Guarico-bandera.jpg Blanca Aljibes
Preceded by
Patricia de Andrade
Miss Distrito Capital
Succeeded by
Gabriella Ferrari
Preceded by
Mexico Abigail Elizalde
Miss Earth-Water
Succeeded by
Thailand Watsaporn Wattanakoon
Preceded by
Trujillo (state) María Daniela Torrealba
Miss Earth Venezuela
Succeeded by
Táchira Mariángela Bonanni