Yoanna has green eyes and brown hair.
Her life motto is "Girls just want to have fun."
Yoanna describes herself as a Feminine Bohemian Bourgeois, energetic, happy, free spirited, and witty.
Yoanna won Cycle 2 of America's Next Top Model. Her prizes were a contract with IMG Models, the cover of cosmetics catalog Sephora, and a photo spread in Jane magazine.
Yoanna loves Cuban and Middle Eastern food.
During her time on America's Next Top Model she became really great friends with fellow contestant Shandi.
She used to take trip to Orlando to go shopping.
Yoanna loves handbags.
Her mom is from Mexico City.
Yoanna made many appearances on The Look for Less before becoming the host.
Yoanna loves children. She works with children charities like Children's Day Artrageous and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
She loves fashion--she said that she eats, sleeps, and breathes fashion.
She was also an assistant local clothing designer, before ANTM.
She watches sumo wrestling and rally racing.
Yoanna is 5'11" and weighs 134 lbs.
Yoanna's favorite movie is Breakfast at Tiffany's. Her favorite television shows are The Wonder Years and Fashion Trace.
As a child, she would watch CNN's Style with Elsa Klensch with her grandmother and put on fashion shows for her cousins.
A self-described fashion fanatic, she got her first subscription to Vogue at age 10!
In her free time, Yoanna enjoys reading, cooking and doing Vinyasa yoga--but most of all, she loves spending quality time with her family.
Her success story is one of dedication, perseverance and an incredible commitment to her dreams.
She was absolutely thrilled to be featured as one of Latina magazine's "It Girls," which gave her a chance to celebrate her Mexican heritage (her mom is from Mexico City).
Yoanna's favorite music is Indie Pop and music from 60s and 70s.
Yoanna House: It's not real. I never was a cheerleader, never made the squad. Never made homecoming or prom queen, nothing. I was always just there and I never won. And now I'm 'America's Next Top Model'.
Yoanna House (on ANTM): It was like model boot camp. Waking up at 5 a.m. and then coming home sometimes at midnight. Or having judging nights last forever and then getting up the next day.
Yoanna House (on her grandmother): I was always in her closet. We would watch TV, read magazines, go to the mall. She taught me about couture and how important it was. A lot of my appreciation came from her.
Yoanna House: I would like to work with children in the future.