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 Clark County participants for the Class of 2019.

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Natalie Anderson

High School: George Rogers Clark

College Preference: Northern Kentucky University

Career Goals: Pediatric Nurse

Talent: vocal (Broken Prayers, by )

Mackenzie Crowl

High School: George Rogers Clark High School

College Preference: Transylvania University

Career Goals: To become a Physical Therapist

Talent: Speed Art 

Jasmine Flowers

High School: George Rogers Clark High School

College Preference: University of the Cumberlands

Career Goals: Math Teacher and Advocate for dyslexic students

Talent: originapoem written by Jasmine (original, by )

Jaylan Homan

High School: George Rogers Clark

College Preference: Morehead

Career Goals: Zoologist

Talent: monologue 

Brooklyn Johnson

High School: George Rogers Clark

College Preference: Eastern Kentucky

Career Goals: Pediatric Nurse Practicer

Talent: Dance (Uptown Funk, by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars)

Ramsey Morris

High School: George Rogers Clark High School

College Preference: Morehead State University

Career Goals: Physical Therapist

Talent: dance (Michael Jackson, by )

Haley Snell

High School: George Rogers Clark High School

College Preference: EKU / MSU / NKU

Career Goals: Undecided

Talent: Contemporary Dance (by Sia, by )

Emilie Stevenson

High School: George Rogers Clark

College Preference: Murray State University

Career Goals: Veterinary Sales Representative

Talent: archery 

Current Tackett

High School: George Rogers Clark High School

College Preference: Bluegrass Community and Technical School then UK

Career Goals: Adv. Degree in Child Psychology and Social Work

Talent: Vocalist (Who I Was Born To Be , by Susan Boyle)

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