Angela Martini has done it all. She was only 10 years old when she escaped her native Albania for Switzerland, and 18 when she signed with NEXT Model Management in Miami, Florida, and Elite Model Management in New York City. At 24, she became Miss Universe. And then she stopped for a different kind of life—as a life coach. We chatted with the former model turned author about her newest book, “Love, Light, Hope”—which chronicles the hardships her mother endured in her native Albania, escaping communism and re-establishing herself as a successful woman in Switzerland—her impressions of Donald Trump after winning Miss Universe and why she decided to quit a successful career while seeking out a more meaningful life.