Lovette Gyamfi, a 17-year-old Canadian currently in her senior year of high school, proudly hails from Ontario. She holds a deep commitment to promoting mental health and suicide prevention, a cause that hits close to home due to the tragic loss of her godfather.

As the reigning Miss Teen Personality of Southern Ontario, Lovette is not just a titleholder; she is a dedicated advocate for mental health awareness. In her role as president of her school's Mental Health Club, she has embarked on a mission to make a tangible difference within her school and local community. Inspired by the people in her community, Lovette aims to inspire them in return, creating a ripple effect of positive change throughout Canada. For Lovette, her journey transcends the confines of a title; it's about building meaningful relationships and catalyzing transformative change through her unwavering advocacy.

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My advocacy

I'm truly passionate about mental health advocacy, and it's become a significant part of my life. I've seen firsthand the devastating impact that mental health challenges can have on individuals and their families, particularly through the loss of my godfather. This personal connection has fueled my determination to make a difference.

As Miss Teen Personality Southern Ontario, I've dedicated myself to raising awareness and promoting mental health and suicide prevention. I firmly believe in the power of education and conversation to break down stigma and encourage those in need to seek help. In my role as the president of my school's Mental Health Club, I've taken concrete steps to create change within my school and community. We've planned and organized awareness campaigns, workshops, and events to foster understanding and support for those dealing with mental health issues. It's incredibly rewarding to see how these efforts have positively impacted my peers and teachers. I also strive to inspire others in my community to join me in this important cause.

Through my advocacy, I hope to create a lasting impact not just locally, but across Canada. It's not just about holding a title; it's about building meaningful relationships, sparking change, and showing that together, we can make a real difference in the lives of those affected by mental health challenges.




Any fun facts about yourself that you'd like to share?

-I am fluent in both french and english
- I love the colour pink
-I am a middle child, I have an older sister and a younger sister
-I play the guitar
-I play a variety of sports such as soccer and basketball
-I love to play chess

What is your favourite area of competition?

My favorite area of competition in the pageant would be the interview segment. I appreciate this part because it provides an opportunity to engage directly with the judges. It allows me to convey my thoughts, personality, and values more effectively, giving them a deeper understanding of who I am as a person.

What's next for you in pageantry?

I'm going to compete in regionals and nationals this coming year!!

What advice would you give someone hoping to become your successor?

Your Voice Matters!!! Never underestimate the power of your voice. Use it to advocate for positive change, to challenge stereotypes, and to inspire others. Your voice can make a real difference in the world.


I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to my sponsor, Mr. James Akwaboah from Freedom Mobile, for their generous donation and unwavering support during my journey as a national delegate. Your belief in me and your commitment to my cause have made a significant impact, and I am truly thankful for your contribution to my success.

I would also like to extend my appreciation to my talented makeup artist, Adoley, from House of Hansen, for her exceptional work in making me look and feel my best throughout the pageant. Your artistry and dedication have played a crucial role in boosting my confidence on stage.

Together, with the support of individuals like James and the expertise of professionals like Adoley, I have been able to pursue my advocacy and make a positive impact in the world of pageantry. Your contributions have been invaluable, and I look forward to continuing this journey with your support. Thank you for being a part of my journey and for helping me shine on this remarkable platform.