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 Madison County participants for the Class of 2023.

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Briley Blomeley

High School: James Clemens High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Oncologist

Talent: Dance (Contemporary, by Madeline Mihacevich)

Jayda Campbell

High School: James Clemens

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Owning Multiple Business

Talent: Contemporary Dance (All For Us, by Self Choreographed)

Arianna Laughlin

High School: Grissom High School

College Preference: auburn University

Career Goals: Forensic Nurse

Talent: Tap Dance (, by Self Choreographed)

Hannah Lawley

High School: Bob Jones High School

College Preference:

Career Goals: Physician

Talent: Dance on Pointe (Paquita 4th Variation, by Melissa Barnett and Hannah Lawley)

Emma Kate Lindsey

High School: Bob Jones High School

College Preference: Undecided

Career Goals: Genetic Researcher

Talent: Singing & playing Ukulele (Somewhere Over the Rainbow, by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole)

Madeline Shaw

High School: James Clemens High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Leadership/Communication

Talent: Dance  (, by Choreographed by Mati Anderson )

Allison Stanfield

High School: Grissom High School

College Preference: College of Charelston

Career Goals: Educated or therapist

Talent: Cheerleading (Cheer Mix, by Julie Burns and Emma Cassingham)

Jaylin Wilson

High School: Alabama Connections Academy

College Preference: The University of Alabama

Career Goals: Pharmacist

Talent: Jazz Dance (Tempo, by Self Choreographed)

mia uribe

High School: Columbia High School

College Preference: UAB

Career Goals: Biology

Talent: Mexican Folk Dancing (La Bamba, by Self choreographed with help of sister)

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