On the 24th September 1994, Kachiana Robin was born, the fourth of eight children, to Mr. and Mrs. James Robin. Her education journey began at the Tucker Clark Primary School where she was able to maximize her potential. This led to her enrollment at the Washington Archibald High School, where she was successful in attaining six CSEC subjects and created a love for cooking and food safety. Thus she is currently cultivating this passion at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College majoring in the culinary arts. Additionally she works part-time at the Sunset Cafe in the Timothy Beach Resort.
As a lover of sports and competitions Kachiana from a very young age has participated in several athletic activities including netball and football. Ms. Robin has even represented the federation in 2012 in Aruba as a participant in the taekwondo competition, placing third in pence and second in spurning. In 2013 Ms Robin was selected as a student of the prestigious Winnielle Model Management Agency, where she excelled exhibiting grace and poise which enabled her to model for Faith Benjamin Fashions and other local fashion shows. In 2015 she placed first in a cook-off organized by Park Hyatt at the St. Kitts-Nevis Marriott Resort.
This year, Ms Robin turns her passion and competitive nature to the world of pageantry, desiring to expand her interests and further develop herself. Motivated by the words of one of her models Pele - Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do. Kachiana has chosen the National Carnival Swimsuit Competition as the gateway into this new world. As such she endeavors with the help and guidance of her Heavenly Father, to bring awareness to her platform: Child Sexual Abuse, during this journey. Spurred by the traumatic experiences of a close friend, Kachiana has chosen to stand up in support of her friend and bring awareness to this silent disease plaguing our society. In so doing she admonishes us all to do our part, speak up and help bring an end to their suffering.