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 Cleveland participants for the Class of 2019.

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Logan Atchley

High School:

College Preference: SCAD - Savannah College of Art and Design

Career Goals: Fashion and Design

Talent: Artwork Presentation (, by Logan Atchley)

Carlee Bain

High School: Walker Valley High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Anesthesiologist

Talent: 80's Fitness/aerobic routine (Let's Get Physical , by Olivia Newton-John)

Caroline Balmer

High School: Cleveland High School

College Preference: ETSU

Career Goals: Dermatologist

Talent: Piano and Vocal Preformance (Hallelujah, by Leonard Cohen)

Emma Brannen

High School: Cleveland High School

College Preference: University of Alabama Birmingham or Kennesaw State

Career Goals: Musical Theatre (Performer or stage manager)

Talent: Singing/Instrument ("Another Life", by Jason Robert Brown)

Elena Burton

High School: Cleveland High School

College Preference: Villanova

Career Goals: Broadcasting and Film Production

Talent: Contemporary Dance (Forever, by Juliana Barwick)

Mary Beth Canida

High School: Walker Valley High School

College Preference: Lee College

Career Goals: English Teacher in Pacho Veijo, Mexico

Talent: Musical-Alto Saxaphone Solo (Johnny.B. Goode, by Chuck Berry)

Christin Childree

High School: Walker Valley High School

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Sports Entertainment Attorney

Talent: Dance (Classical, by Moonlight Sonata)

Madeline Dasher

High School: Cleveland High School

College Preference: Lee University

Career Goals: Nursing

Talent: Vocal (When You Believe, by Whitney Houston)

Madelon Dill

High School: Walker Valley High School

College Preference: Bellarmine University

Career Goals: Pediatric nurse practitioner

Talent: Singing (On My Own, by Claude-Michel Schönberg)

Brynna Frakes

High School: Bradley Central high school

College Preference: Tennessee Tech

Career Goals: Pharmaceutical scientist

Talent: Contemporary dance (For the Love of a Daughter, by Demi Lovato)

Lauren Goldston

High School: Cleveland High School

College Preference: UTK

Career Goals: Electrical Engineering and Music

Talent: Instrumental (Liz Wishin' it was Summertime!, by Gershwin/ arranged by Alan Wyatt)

Elizabeth Koger

High School: Bradley Central High School

College Preference: University of Tennessee at Knoxville

Career Goals: Flight Medic

Talent: Blacklight Sign Language (What A Beautiful Name, by Hillsong)

Evie Medley

High School: Walker Valley High School

College Preference: Emory University

Career Goals: I would love to become a radiation oncologist.

Talent: Poetry Recitation 

Morgan Warner

High School: Bradley Central High School

College Preference: Lee University

Career Goals: Architect

Talent: Motivational Monologue  (Everybody Dies, But Not Everybody Lives (excerpt), by Prince Ea (Richard Williams))

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