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 Cullman County participants for the Class of 2020.

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Alexia Adair

High School: West Point

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Dentistry

Talent: Baton Twirling and Dancing (Viva Elvis Blue Suede Shoes, by Elvis Presley)

Marigrace Dunn

High School: Fairview High School

College Preference: Samford

Career Goals: Doctor

Talent: Baton Twirling  (Orange Colored Sky, by Natalie Cole)

Lauren Evans

High School:

College Preference: Troy University

Career Goals: Nurse Anesthetist

Talent: Contemporary Dance  (Rise Up , by Andra Day )

August Floyd

High School:

College Preference: Wallace State Community / Jacksonville State

Career Goals: High school English and Drama teacher

Talent: Singing (“Never Enough”, by Loren Allred)

Hanna Hancock

High School: Good Hope High School

College Preference: UAB

Career Goals: Occupational Therapy

Talent: Monologue 

Kate-Davis Heatherly

High School: Cullman High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Dermatology - Physician Assistant

Talent: Acro/Lyrical-Jazz Dance Piece  (Keeping Your Head Up, by Birdy)

Sheldon Marti

High School: Cullman High School

College Preference: University of North Alabama

Career Goals: Education or Marine Biologists

Talent: Dance  (If I Ain’t Got You , by James Bay )

Elizabeth Miller

High School: Holly Pond High School

College Preference: The University of Alabama

Career Goals: Pediatrician

Talent: playing the piano (Fantasy in D Minor, by Mozart)

Presley Palmer

High School:

College Preference: University of Alabama in Birmingham

Career Goals: Occupational Therapist

Talent: Vocal (Thats Rich, by Capathia Jenkins)

Alexis Perry

High School: Good Hope High School

College Preference: UAB

Career Goals: Occupational Therapy to help those in need

Talent: Baton twirling and dancing  (This Is Me, by Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman )

Brooklyn Ward

High School: Good Hope High School

College Preference: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Career Goals: Nurse Practitioner

Talent: Singing 

Mariah Wilhite

High School: Cullman High School

College Preference: University of North Alabama

Career Goals: writer, journalist, photo-journalist

Talent: Lyrical Dance  (Song - I Have Nothing, by Whitney Houston)

miriam oldacre

High School: West Point High School

College Preference: Jacksonville

Career Goals: Business management and marketing

Talent: Singing (Rise Up, by Baker Productions)

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