Shermain Sunja Jeremy
Shermain has had a great love for dance and song from a very early age, making her singing debut in church choir at the age of 12, she also took many leading parts in the school musicals. In school Shermain was an honour student, Deputy Head Girl, on the debating team and won many speech contests. She also had an athletic side, being on the basketball & track teams, and was awarded MVP for basketball, and athlete of the year. At the beginning of the millennium Sherman moved to NY, attending the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and became the recipient of the Thrugood Marshall Scholarship for academic excellence and the Student Service Award for excellence in Service on campus and in the community. In June 2004, Shermanin graduated magna cumme laude with a B.A. in International Justice and a minor in English. At this present moment she is employed by the Government of Antigua & Barbuda and is posted in New York at the Permanent Mission to the U.N. where she is the special assistant to the Ambassador. In her leisure time she enjoys: Dancing singing, writing songs and lyrics, reading, track & field events, ballet, Hip Hop and Jazz dance.
Occupation: Assistant to the Ambassador of Antigua & Barbuda
Title: Miss Antigua World 2004
Last Placement: Never