This month’s featured interview is with model and medical professional Chriselly Goitia. She reminds us that you can have great curves, cute looks, and be educated, all in one package. Stop drooling and enjoy the feature!
I was born and raised in the Bronx, NY till I was 15. I now live in Miami (for the past 10 years) and I can’t get enough of the sunny weather.
What’s your family background?
Most of my family is Puerto Rican and I have some distant relatives from Spain.
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Since I was 8 years old, I’ve always dreamt of being a fashion designer. I used to sketch out designs and give them to my mother.
How did you get into modeling?
Through a friend who is a make up artist. Then I slowly met photographers through friends of friends.
Best modeling gig?
I’ve had the privilege of working with lots media professionals and consider all of my modeling gigs to be equally rewarding.
What have been the biggest challenges in your modeling career?
My height is definitely the biggest challenge to book castings.
Tell us about your career in the medical profession.
I’m a medical assistant and currently working on my Bachelor’s Degree in Health Administration.
Is it difficult being educated and hot at the same time?
Not at all! It’s considered to be a plus.
What musical talents do you have?
I looooooooove to sing and dance but unfortunately never fully pursued my talents.
What’s your tattoo situation
I have one tattoo on my right hip of a music note.
Give us a fun fact about you.
I travel as often as possible.
Worst pick-up line used on you?
Do you believe in love at first sight or do you want me to walk by again. LMAO!
Tell us at least one thing every man should know about women.
Never tell a woman she’s fat!
How long can you stay away from your cell phone without going crazy?
Depends on who I’m expecting a call from….
What’s the most common question that people ask you?
“What is your nationality?”
Send a message to yur fans…
Please follow me on Instagram: Chriselly001
Anything in the pipeline?
At the moment, I’m working on a couple of promotions.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
In 5 to 10 years, I see myself as a successful medical professional, wife, and mother.