Teresita "Winwyn" Marquez promises to remain an advocate of education after the end of her reign as the first Filipino Reina Hispanoamericana.
Marquez told Instagram on Tuesday that children will always have a special place in their hearts.
In view of this, the beauty woman noticed how strong she is convinced that "the value of education can stand on a more solid basis by strengthening the family".
"This can be a high regulation in view of the different circumstances of society, but we must at least dream and strive for a better future for the human family," she added.
Marquez is working with children's education programs since she was crowned last year.
The 26-year-old beauty also expressed her gratitude for the opportunity that the title is open for.
"My government as Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 was filled with wonderful experiences. The experiences that transformed my life into meaningful ways that I could not imagine could even be possible," she said.
She said that the crown also paved the way to meet "wonderful people from different areas of life and different cultures."
Marquez also shared what led to the recognition that "he can encourage people to realize their dreams and aspirations".
"My rule can end, but my journey to help create a better world for the youngest has just started," she said.
Marquez renounced Venezuela's crown Nariman Batticta Yanyi during the Reine Hispanoamericana 2018 blood in Bolivia on Saturday, November 3 / muf
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