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Pia Samantha Molina Roldan Miss Philippines United Nations 2023



World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen Pia Samantha Molina Roldan Miss Philippines United Nations 2023.


Full name: Pia Samantha Molina Roldan

Title/Year: Miss Philippines United Nations 2023 Pageant System: United Nations Pageant Previous title: Mutya ng Sultan Kudarat Eco-Tourism 2013. It’s a Provincial Pageant , so each has a representative around Sultan Kudarat then to compete the pageant on showcasing their tourism skills,projection ,wit and love from the culture.

Age: 28

Education Level: College University Graduated Bachelor of Arts Major in Communication Arts

Zodiac sign: Sagittarius

Hobbies: Collecting Archie Comic books, playing playstation 5 and computer games. To movies I like watching vintage films especially the era of Joan Collins and Elizabeth Taylor. I’m also a fan of Al Pacino movies especially the movie of “ Scarface” and “The Godfather.”

Platform: I have been an advocate of the Philippine National Police Support Group Advocacy by offering my services for the poorest of the poor. And from the National Capital Region I have my community engagement to the R-PSB (Revitalized Police of the Barangay).This focuses to the active participation with Local Government on Barangays drug clearing operations.And through this I am currently working on to give career guidance for the kids in the barangay so they can be guided of which career paths they will embrace for their future. And this is equivalent to be an Ambassador of Peace.

Years competed: From 2012-2016 I have been competing beauty pageants then on the year of 2018 I became the ever first Miss World Class Philippines Ambassador , I started promoting the magazine and fulfilling my duties and responsibilities as an ambassador. In the retrospect, I have started a fundraising for the Siege of Marawi and I begun also to cherish their hearts with my determination to elevate the crisis, so I collaborate an alliance to the United Nations (UNHCR). Through the years , I made actions to help the people the year of 2018 until 2022. I have been active of fundraising and continuing being a humanitarian person.

Countries visited: I have been to the United States of America, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Hong Kong and Korea but most of all the U.S is my unforgettable country I visited because my relatives are presently there for me and of course the sensation being with my love ones remains highly important.

Likes: You can call me old -fashioned or old soul cause I am binge listening to 1960’s-1970’s music. Especially when the melody is particular with a violin. It made me a superior person and being in love to the world. Working out in the gym is my favorite thing to do in my daily routine. Lastly, as an adventurous, outdoorsy person I would like someday to visit the tomb of Cleopatra at Egypt, her history is quite alluring and I got inspired to her for being a noble ruler.

Dislikes: I dislike people that are dishonest because it’s best we are true and genuine to ourselves and that will make the world a better place to live.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Please tell us about yourself.

Being a General’s daughter , I was guarded by policemen and including rules that need to be followed. I have witnessed the 30 years service of my father, he tried to reach peace in the Philippines but it has too much adversities going on.

So I was afraid in the world that I couldn’t trust anybody. As my mother decided I come with her at United Kingdom to continue my 3rd grade, she enrolled me at Cerne Abbas school. I was the only Asian student during that time and other students treated me differently; some are nice and some are ridiculing me. Furthermore, I made nice and lovely friends especially a best friend who’s just my next door neighbor so I got to play with her any time. I surely never ever forget how I met Prince Charles at Dorchester, he gave us a visit I didn’t had a picture with him but my mother treasured a tape from the UK local news, my face was clearly zoomed in while waving the UK flag shouting “ We want Prince Charles!”. Then I have a aloof tooth on the right side. It was embarrassing but, hey at least I met Prince Charles the Prince of Wales and presently now he’s the New King of United Kingdom.

As I grew to my young adult years, I have developed independency and being brave-hearted. I tried to be out in my comfort zone and be a corporate worker for 5 years. I wasn’t feeling happy in corporate life because I was too focus in earning. I brainstormed myself and tried to be inspired of my hobbies and things I like. It came out perfectly the time of pandemic, I figure that I am capable of having my own business.

Since I love Ninja and assassins video games I automatically chose the food industry. My first business empowered and developed me a trait of being frugal. Being an Entrepreneur and a businesswoman I was indeed glorified by the talent and skills from God. Then my wisdom in life quoted to be is “Be good and do good.”

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Please tell us about your education.

I graduated at the University of Immaculate Conception of Davao City , I took up the course of Bachelor Arts major in communication arts. Mostly my course was focus in Theater Arts and Journalism. One of the memorable moments in theater arts is I’ve become one of the Mamma Mia cast, singing Dancing Queen and other Abba songs! Super classy and I enjoyed the singing rehearsals with my college mates.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What does women Empowerment means to you?

Women empowerment has humility in her heart and soul it’s does not just define her being a strong person but she has the willful will to be a Christlike ambassador, she always have a mission to better herself because that’s the only way for her to prove herself.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your pageant history.

My first pageant was nerve-wrecking, I just can’t believe I would be such a beautiful lad that is surprisingly has talents and a lively confidence. Second pageant was during my third year of college, I represented the pride of my school then finish as 2nd runner up. It wasn’t really a well-prepared pageantry for me cause the school decided abruptly that we will be competing the other universities, winning was not matter to me that time because school pride is my proud homage. Then so on my to third pageant the Mutya ng Sultan Kudarat 2013, a provincial pageant that represents each cities and won the Eco-Tourism crown. Then on the year of 2016 ,Mr. Derek Tokarzewski the owner of the World Class Magazines from Chicago USA, bestowed me an ambassadorship title and I started embarking once again to inspire the beauty queens in the Philippines.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What inspired you to do your first pageant?

I believe it’s my confidence in public speaking. I have never thought that I would be such a good communicator and my enthusiasm is highly powerful in every angel. I think God designed me like this cause he knows I have desires to have a voice and be heard to the whole world.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Why did you choose to compete for your current title? I chose it because it’s closer to my heart and it’s really a rewarding competition. This also symbolizes a silver lining to one of my ministries and gains affirmation that I have determination and full of compassion.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: To those unfamiliar with your pageant system please tell us what is it about?

In the Philippines everybody is familiar of the pageant system, Filipinos are really known as wide range of supporters in pageantry. And that is why my country proves we are a powerhouse.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What makes your director different from others?

I think it’s because the tribe of each cities and municipalities at Sultan Kudarat are majestic and always awarded as best in handcrafts of “Bahay -Kubo” deisgns , showcasing the love of arts as well. I believe they are the top notch in hosting tribal-culture festivals where most foreigners excited to attend to.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are you being judged on during the competition?

We are being judged of our point of views of how to equip our ambassadorship /tourism skills to Sultan Kudarat also beauty, grace and intelligence is a must to be deliberate of.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your experience during the competition.

Since it was my third pageant during my teen years, I have still suffer nervousness but I overcome even more through the finals because the most important thing in the pageant is don’t forget to enjoy, because the ambiance and energy won’t be the same so be happy and be alive in every moment!

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Who would you recommend your system to?

To the new beauty queens in this world, I highly advise that you start to brainstorm what is your purpose to join in a pageant because everything reflects your whole-self and what you can do as a catalyst of hope to the society. Act accordingly and it’s not a failure until you give up.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your platform or what cause do you volunteer for.

I volunteered my service and sources to apply peace and order to my country in participating the R-PSB from the National Capital Region of Metro Manila including also the Southern Police District. This type of platform conducts human-rights based community, policing interventions in the identified focus Barangays (Vicinity) in order to establish stable peace and order situation by; sustained the gains of the emerging, anti-criminality campaign of the respective Local Government and S.A.F.E program of the National Capital Region. From the Intergovernmental of United Nations of UNHCR for the refugees, I became an advocate in becoming a spokesperson for the people of Marawi crisis and did a fundraising to elevate their crisis.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What appearances have you done with your title?

I have done judging beauty pageants at certain municipalities and cities. Being a judge in every pageant taught me that all candidates have their own humble beginnings and chosen winners are always in their strong version. Also there are some appearances, I did is also judging a LGBT pageant, it’s absolutely different and challenging. In the LGBT pageant they are steadfast candidates and I made my welcome speech to them quoting that everyone here is a sure-fire winner.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are some of your achievements?

One of my achievements are completing my course of learning basic American sign language. I have an abundant of love for the deaf community. Likewise as a brand ambassador in the corporate world I got rewarded as best in affiliating Marketing. Lastly, my International Cabin Attendant school I was rewarded as best in Radio Announcement, I did not expect that I would get that award. Then my next achievement is to be the Miss Untied Nations 2023.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What makes you stand out from all those other beautiful girls?

I believe it’s my smile or most some call it “smize”. Most people always saw me as a great contender because of my smile and projection. And I also believe my mental strength and positive energy is the key that made me best among the rest.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about the moment your name was called out as the winner.

I was flattered and vivacious at the same time. Like for the third time, I have proven myself that I can compete prestigious pageants and I’m leveling up in each stage. And I was absolutely thankful to God in to the highest!

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What does it mean to you to be a Beauty Queen?

She’s an evolve leader, has a universal understanding and cutting-edge to her plans for the world. Originality, compassion, self-reliance and determination is her mantra. She grace along with other leaders to seize a promising action to make more positive changes.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did competing in pageants helped your life?

It gained me to have civic consciousness in our community. That is why I started to step up cooperating with fundraising. Anything that can nurture the people that needs a helping hand. Pageants made me realize as well that I’m not just a believer but a doer.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did pageants helped your selfesteem and body image?

It helped me to practice humility and develop integrity. Pageants gave me clarity to learn what is my forte and what I can do. It narrows my perspective and knowing my purpose in the world.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: You are an inspiration to all the girls out there. How does it feel?

For being candor, I am rejoicing wholeheartedly! The feeling of being trusted and adored by the girls is one of the greatest feeling, they trust me as their good example of a leader, beauty queen, catalyst and so on so forth. This proves they will be the next precious flame in their upbringing specially when they reach the age of maturity. They can tremendously unleash the best version of themselves.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What is your on stage strategy to win the judges over?

I have no strategy at all. I just project my whole myself and smile to the crowd. And always believing that God is with me in every step of a way.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did you prepare for your competition?

The power of prayer is indeed great. My spiritual growth is my sword and shield. This leads me to eradicate obstacles. So my relationship with God had helped me, fought me and taught me to be prepared for the competition.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your tips for learning better pageant walk?

Feel that you are the most gorgeous and brightest woman in the world. Restore this in your thoughts ;”I’m an original woman and I’m unstoppable.”Just walk and win! World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your tips for choosing right pageant dress?

You need to be yourself when you choose your dresses, you need to form your own originality. Never envy someone but you can cherish them as your inspiration during your pageant journey.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your tips for winning interview?

Honesty and passion is necessary. Speaking the truth can make yourself more natural and ease. Be strong so less burden will not come out during interviews. Our emotions flatter us, so speak with determination. Energies always flows and has an impact to each person.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What is one mistake that you've done during competing you wish you could redo and fix it? I don’t regret or wish anything to be fix in my previous competition because I value everything in it and my weaknesses became my strong suit to be more confident and wise.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What other mistakes are made by girls during the contest?

They were too focus in the glamour and too much in socializing the other candidates. I understand that making friendships and getting acquainted to your co-candidates is part of the experience. Just be balance to your demeanor.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Any modeling or acting experience?

For acting way back 2014 we had a Mindanao film festival at Davao City and I was one of the main cast. It’s a short film where college students show’s every different kind of plot about the hardships and real true events happening in college. Luckily, our film was awarded as best in screenplay , my professor boosted my confidence of being an actress because once you have the guts there is glory and I surely did it! Year passes by I did a lot of photoshoot, video shoot and commercials from small ventures.

And of the cutest venture I did for the kids is being an ambassador to the JB kids Club through online, by giving them free gifts and the parents will participate the events. I was in cloud nine of seeing the little ones through the stream and this lifted me to be at my best self. And of course I want to showcase my ever first photoshoot to the World Class Designer Mr. Leo Almodal. He is renowned to be one of the tremendous Swarovski gown designs. I am greatly entice to his creations.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your plans for 2023 as a Queen?

A Beauty Queen always aspires to inspire through her story. I, myself, is an epitome of an ordinary woman that has become empowered and influential. I have joined various Beauty Pageants wherein I have raised awareness and initiate change for the causes that I believed in.

As a Beauty Queen, I believe that I have an advocacy and a voice which could further be amplified in order to serve its purpose. And that purpose is to bridge that gap that separates every Filipino, especially the underprivileged youth, with that basic social and economic services. During the Marawi Crisis in 2018, I have been a Spokesperson of the UNCHR that provided certain aids to the Filipinos who are victims of the civil war. At the height of the pandemic crisis, I landed my hand in providing for those in need. These are simple actions that have made significant impact to my community.

Bringing these cogent baggage's, I would like to pursue this purpose of being a catalyst of hope to our community through my advocacy.

My Advocacy is tailored with community based outreach programs that aims to provide basic services to the community that is why I will initiate a partnership with the PNP Revitalized Pulis sa Barangay (RPSB) that conducts immersions to communities that are vulnerable to poverty and insurgency. As a daughter of a General, I have the trust to anchor my advocacy on their project with the main goal of fostering our youth and embellishing their skills and abilities as I envision their achievements as a stronghold of a community.

I believe that in order to build and create a bright future to our youth, we must shape, guide and support their personal and career development. Bringing career guidance and development trainings to every community is an effective tool to support their dreams and aspirations in life.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you for this wonderful interview.

Pia Samantha Molina Roldan Miss Philippines United Nations 2023, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief Mr WorldClass 2023 Mr United Nations 2018 Platform: Women Empowerment Ambassador to International Foundation for Orphans iffocares.org



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