Published: 04 Jul 2018

Top Sunderland model prepares for Supermodel England 2018 National Final

A member of the aftersales team at Jennings Motor Group is through to the Supermodel England National Final, after being crowned Top Model of Sunderland.

Georgia Mordey, 19, from Washington, works as a service advisor within the Contact Centre, where she is responsible for booking customer’s cars in for service and MOTs, in addition to advising customers and setting up individual service plans, as well as the company’s Jencare warranty package.

Georgia started her career with Jennings Motor Group as an Apprentice service advisor, and after 12 months of on-the-job training and on-going assessments, she became a fully-fledged service advisor and was taken on the books full-time.

Mandy Hoyle, Georgia’s manager at the Washington-based Contact Centre, said; “We’re all absolutely delighted for Georgia, she is a very ambitious, dedicated and committed member of the team, and we’re all thrilled for her.

“She has done exceptionally well to represent Sunderland and we would like to wish her every success in the forthcoming national final - it’s not every day you get to say you work with a super model!”

Since a very young age, Georgia, has always wanted to be a model, and at the age of 14, her dream came true when she started modelling for the fashion industry. 

Over the past few years, Georgia has also taken part in a number of competitions, including Miss Teen Great Britain. More than 3,000 contestants applied and Georgia succeeded through to the final 60 contestants at the grand finals, which took place in Blackpool.  She has also taken part in Miss Newcastle at the age of 16 and 17.

Georgia was officially crowned Top Model of Sunderland at a competition which took place at the Sunderland Marriott Hotel.  Part of the process also included raising money for Georgia’s chosen charity, The Foundation of Light.  Bravely completing a sky dive, in addition to organising a fundraising day at Springwell Village Community Venue, resulted in Georgia raising more than £700 for charity.

Georgia said; “I was over the moon when I heard my name being called out.  It took a while to sink in at first, but when it did, it was a very proud moment, and all of my family were with me, which made it extra special.

“I’m really looking forward to the final in November, but at the same time, I’m a little bit nervous.” 

The Supermodel England Final is scheduled to take place at Barnsley, South Yorkshire, in November where Georgia is in with a chance of being crowned World Supermodel England, or Top Model of England.


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