Participants

Distinguished Young Women participants come from all walks of life, but they have one thing in common: the desire to succeed. Below are the Distinguished Young Women of Clarke County participants for the Class of 2019.

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Hannah Boykin

High School: Clarke County High School

College Preference: Bishop State Community College

Career Goals: Physical Therapist Assistant

Talent: Jazz Dance ("Jet Set" from Catch Me If You Can the Musical, by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman)

Samantha Brewer

High School: Thomasville High School

College Preference: University of South Alabama

Career Goals: High School Art Teacher

Talent: Speed Painting  ("A Little Less Conversation", by Mac Davis & Billy Strange)

Morgan Keel

High School: Clarke County High School

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: College Professor

Talent: Open Dance (See Me Now, by By Little Mix)

Olivia Law

High School: Jackson High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Nurse Practitioner

Talent: Jazz Dance ("The Candy Man" from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricussee)

Leslie Lyles

High School: Clarke Preparatory School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Nurse Anesthetist

Talent: Monologue ("I Want to Be Miss Alabama", by David-Matthew Barnes)

Elizabeth Marks

High School: Jackson Academy

College Preference: Troy University

Career Goals: Anesthesiology

Talent: Acro-Jazz Routine (The Greatest Show, by John Debney & Joseph Trapanese)

Laken Nix

High School: Clarke Preparatory School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Architectural Engineering and Interior Design

Talent: Piano (Whitewater Chopped Sticks, by Calvin Jones)

Mary Powell

High School: Jackson High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Speech Lanuage Pathologist

Talent: Acro-jazz (Ease on Down the Road, by Charlie Smalls)

Sarah Prescott

High School: Clarke Preparatory School

College Preference: Shelton State

Career Goals: Radiology/Sonography

Talent: Vocal (At Last, by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren)

Kianna Robinson

High School: Jackson High School

College Preference: Tuskegee University

Career Goals: Occupational Therapy

Talent: Vocal (Give Me You, by Shana Wilson )

Margaret Vick

High School: Thomasville High School

College Preference: University of Mobile

Career Goals: Pastry Chef and Business Owner

Talent: Musical Theatre ("What Baking Can Do", by Sara Bareilles)

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