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 Mobile County participants for the Class of 2019.

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Layne Bleyswyk

High School: Mobile Christian School

College Preference: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Career Goals: General Dentist

Talent: Jazz/Acrobatics Routine (You Can't Stop the Beat, by Laurie Grigsby)

Rubyen Brown

High School: W.P. Davidson High School

College Preference: Spring Hill College, Harvard, and Auburn

Career Goals: Chemist

Talent: Vocal Selection (Maybe This Time, by John Kander)

Gracie Busby

High School:

College Preference: Mississippi State University

Career Goals: Architectural Engineering/ Construction Management

Talent: Lyrical Dance (Take Me to the King, by Tamela Mann)

Abigail Church

High School: Baker High School

College Preference: University of Mississippi

Career Goals: Neuroscientist

Talent: Pointe Dance  (Kitri's Act III Variation, by Caroline Tison)

Kennedy-Mycal Davis

High School: C.F. Vigor High School

College Preference: University of South Alabama

Career Goals: Physical Therapist

Talent: Music-Saxophone (All of Me, by John Legend)

Lindsay Dye

High School: Baker High School

College Preference: The University of South Alabama

Career Goals: Pediatric Nurse

Talent: Contemporary Dance (Save Me, by Drehz)

Maegan Edwards

High School:

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Criminal law

Talent: Lyrical/contemporary dance (Rise Up, by Andra Day)

Jamea English

High School: Mobile Christian School

College Preference: University of Alabama in Birmingham

Career Goals: Pediatrician

Talent: Singing (“Mary, Did You Know?”, by Pentatonix)

Madeleine Greenwood

High School: McGill Toolen Catholic High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Pharmacy

Talent: Lyrical Dance  (song - “Anything’s Possible” by Leah Michelle, by Colby Shinn - choreographer )

Scarlett Harrington

High School: Mary G Montgomery High School

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Business Owner

Talent: Piano (I’m Christ Alone, by Keith Getty)

Aubry Ikner

High School: Alabama School of Mathematics and Science

College Preference: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Career Goals: Doctor in Dermatology

Talent: Dance (Contemporary , by )

Carson Kuhr

High School: McGill-Toolen Catholic High School

College Preference: The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Career Goals: Speech-Language Pathologist

Talent: Ballet en Pointe (La Esmeralda, by Cesare Pugni)

Ashley Lankford

High School:

College Preference: Spring Hill College

Career Goals: Political Science

Talent: Vocal Performance (All American Girl, by Carrie Underwood)

Caroline McGrath

High School: McGill-Toolen Catholic High School

College Preference: USC, University of Alabama, Ohio State University

Career Goals: Forensic Pathologist

Talent: Lyrical Dance (, by Loren Allred)

Madison McGuff

High School: Satsuma High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Engineering

Talent: Vocal Performance (Only Hope, by Mandy Moore)

Ashley Noel

High School: Alma Bryant High School

College Preference: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Career Goals: Dentistry

Talent: Baton twirling  (“A Little Party Never Killed Nobody”, by By Fergie)

Destiny Parker

High School: Satsuma High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Engineer

Talent: Musical (Saxophone) (I Dreamed a Dream, by Anne Hathaway)

Jessica Reese

High School: Baker High School

College Preference: Troy University

Career Goals: Lawyer

Talent: Dance  (This is Me, by Keala Settle)

Maigan Riley

High School: Murphy High School

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Child advocacy Lawyer

Talent: Monologue  (The Blind Side, by John Lee Hancock )

Brianna Robinson

High School: W.P. Davidson High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Architectural Engineering & Interior Design

Talent: Baton Twirling (Feel it Still, by Portugal. The Man)

Deanna Scopolites

High School: Murphy High School

College Preference: USA,UnMobile,Troy,Southern Miss, Mississippi State

Career Goals: marine Biologist, Environmentalist

Talent: Baton Twirling/Colorguard (Fight Song, by Rachel PLatten)

Anna Smith

High School: Baker High School

College Preference: University of Alabama/ UCF

Career Goals: Become a well-known forensic scientist

Talent: Singing and playing piano (Never Enough, by Loren Allred)

Madeleine Thompson

High School: Theodore High School

College Preference: Troy University

Career Goals: Speech therapist

Talent: Baton Twirling (Song- “Mom” by Meghan Trainor), by Madeleine Thompson-choreographer )

Carleigh White

High School: Cottage Hill Christian Academy

College Preference: University of South Alabama

Career Goals: Architecture

Talent: Vocal (Never Enough - Greatest Showman, by Loren Allred)

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