International supermodel, Jeneil Williams is getting ready to be inducted in the Pulse Fashion and Beauty Hall of Fame in June during Caribbean Fashion Week in Kingston. Williams, who was discovered by Pulse has become international superstar, having been voted the Caribbean’s most outstanding model for the past four years.
Williams’ work in the fashion industry has seen her paired along with some of the top names in the industry, she will now join the ranks of Kimberly Mais, Althea Laing, Nikki Vassell, Romae Gordon, Nadine Willis, Jaunel McKenzie, and Carla Campbell, who all have been previously inducted into the Hall of Fame. The last time an induction took place was five years ago.
Jeneil, who hails from very humble beginnings in Jamaica, continues to be an inspiration for many young women in Jamaica and across the world. Her distinct beauty epitomizes that of women hailing from Caribbean and African decent. Jeneil’s manager Kinsgley Cooper, recognized her potential for worldwide success and helped her market her image.
Two weeks after meeting Cooper, Jeneil was taken to New York to shoot her first international cover and spread for Italian BMM. By age 17, Jeneil became Pulse and Jamaica’s hottest new face and was named World Model of the Week by Models.com.
Over the years the international superstar has graced the covers of countless magazines, been featured in numerous editorials and worked on various campaigns. More recently Jeneil has begun the 2013 spring/summer campaign for Jean Paul Gaultier.