Venkat Raman –
Beauty pageants have always excited our young woman and Simrat Gill of Auckland is no exception.
A health and fitness enthusiast, she hopes that three-day camp leading to the selection of Miss Universe New Zealand title on September 3, 2016 at Sky City Theatre would be exciting, entertaining and rewarding. She is due to attend a ‘Miss Universe Retreat’ in the Philippines from July 22 to August 1, 2016.
Simrat is in search of a Bronze Sponsor to promote her candidacy (at $595 plus GST) and winning the title would enable her to raise awareness on mental health issues, which she believes need to be on priority in today’s troubled world.
Health & Fitness
Her employment at Health TRX Limited, a pioneer in E-Health with a focus on mental health issues in New Zealand and involvement in Australia, US, Canada and UK, provides Simrat with a global perspective of the health issues confronting humanity.
She rightly believes that good health has no substitute.
As well as working out at the gym, practicing Yoga, boxing classes and going for long walks, Simrat enjoys dancing and good music- everything in fact that makes her an eligible candidate to seek the Miss Universe title.
Simrat has the distinction of having pursued higher qualifications in three major New Zealand Universities – Otago (Auckland, where she completed the foundation year in Medicine), Massey (Auckland, where she gained her graduate degree in Psychology and Human Nutrition) and University of Auckland (Masters in Bioscience Enterprise, as a part of which she completed an industry based thesis primarily focused on brain and mental health),
The annual Miss Universe New Zealand Contest, ‘reinvented’ in 2013 when veteran TV producer Nigel Godfrey and Lucire publisher Jack Yan, took over the Miss Universe New Zealand franchise and converted it into an exciting new competition.