Entrepreneur, Cherell Williamson, is a gifted makeup artist, face painter and jewelry designer. She is from Nassau and has spent 8 of her young academic years competitively swimming. During her final year of high school, she had the privilege of participating in The National Art Enrichment Program where her creative talents blossomed under the tutelage of industry experts. After finding her passion, Williamson opened her first business while pursuing further training at a cosmetics school with local professionals. It is no surprise that her attraction to fashion, beauty and art would eventually lead her to a modeling career. She has walked the runway of many hometown and international stages. With a busy schedule, Williamson finds time to work with her mother at their Bahamian Boutique and also train hearing impaired young ladies on the art of jewelry making. It is through this giving program that has pushed her to open the Hearing Impaired Native Craft Center. If crowned Miss Universe, Williamson would advocate alongside with the AIDS foundation to raise awareness and diminish the discrimination people with HIV/AIDS face.