Yvette Kibwika is a Ugandan-American beauty queen and philanthropist who gained fame for her role as Miss Uganda North America. Yvette was born in Uganda and later moved to the United States to pursue her education. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of North Florida, where she was also an active member of various student organizations. She earned her Masters degree in Human Resource Development at Villanova University.
In 2010, Yvette was crowned as Miss Ugandan North American Association, a prestigious beauty pageant that celebrates the culture and heritage of Ugandans living in North America. As Miss Uganda North America, Yvette used her platform to promote awareness about various social issues, including education, health, and women’s empowerment. She also worked tirelessly to raise funds for various charitable organizations, including the Reach A Hand Uganda and the Uganda Rural Fund, nonprofits that support the education and well-being of young people in Uganda.
Yvette’s role as Miss Uganda North America also allowed her to participate in various cultural events and represent the Ugandan-American community on an international stage. She was a proud ambassador of Ugandan culture and heritage, and she used her title to promote unity and understanding between people of different backgrounds.
Outside of her pageantry work, Yvette is also a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur.
Through her various endeavors, Yvette Kibwika has become a respected and influential figure in the Ugandan-American community. Her dedication to philanthropy, cultural awareness, and entrepreneurship has inspired many young people to pursue their dreams and make a positive impact in their communities.