- Hey Little Lady, tell the other ladies out there a little about yourself!
My name is Jacklyn Frazer, I am 23 years old and I am employed as a Human Resources Assistant at Diamonds International. Currently I am also pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources at the Bahamas Baptist College
with the hope of one day becoming the Human Resources Director of a successful company. My goal is to ultimately serve as a role model in as many ways as possible which is why I engage in so many different activities. I am passionate about public, motivational speaking, and pageantry. I was crowned Miss Teen Plus Bahamas in 2010, and Miss Cultural Bahamas in 2012, I am currently vying for the title of Miss Plus Beauty Bahamas International.
I also enjoy plus size modeling, I am what you call the ultimate “girly girl”, and anything that relates to styling and fashion I am totally interested. I find that I lean more towards the pageant arena because it encompasses many of the things I love which include self enhancement, an opportunity to work on a platform you are passionate about, as well as glamour.
- Jacklyn, if you could describe a lady in three words what would they be?
Cardinal rule number one of being a lady is to always keep it classy, on this note I would describe a lady as confident, intellectual, and classy.
- Why do you consider yourself to be a lady?
I embody those three words and much more. It is also important for a lady to be able to accept constructive criticism, decipher, and apply. This speaks more to the maturity level of an individual and
from my perspective I am growing more and more in this area each day. Also, a lady can be identified by her reaction in unfavorable positions; I think I handle myself pretty well in that regard.
- Can you give the rest of the little ladies one reason why you think being a lady is important?
Being a lady is important because it is crucial to have self respect, especially in today's society where a lot of persons and situations put your character to the test.
- What is one thing you would like to say to all the little ladies out there?
I would say to them the words of, Eleanor Roosevelt, “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” I would love to tell all the little ladies out there to always be confident in themselves and their abilities. There is absolutely nothing you cannot do once you trust in God, and put your heart and mind into it, and always remember to exude grace and elegance in your every endeavor.
There is it Little ladies, our Little Lady of the Month for May letting us know a little about herself and why being a lady is not only an option but a privilege. Who will be the next 'Little Lady of the Month'? You never know it could be you.
Taking womanhood one page at a time,
The Little Lady