You see, Jehza is really motivated to win a national crown. But being the family breadwinner that she is, there are also other plans in the pipeline once she finally decides to retire from pageantry. She is choosing between going corporate or working abroad in a few years’ time or perhaps, a bit sooner. So you can conclude that this Dabawenya is making the most out of all the trainings and exposures she has gotten with BPCI the past nine months. Hopefully, she can wrest a crown in this, her planned 2nd attempt.
When Jehza lost both of her parents due to cancer, she was already an Ambassador of Maharlika Sports Foundation in her college at the Ateneo de Davao university. It did not stop her from finish a degree in Finance while continuing her advocacy to the predisposed children. Right now, she is still continuing her platform to raise her project called “Isang bola ka lang“. She aims to give millions of sports balls to students in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, believing that through sports, it will strengthen a child’s mind and body. To stay positive in life.