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 Bibb County participants for the Class of 2019.

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Kelsey Averette

High School: Bibb County High School

College Preference:

Career Goals:

Talent:  

Desirae Billingsley

High School: Bibb County High

College Preference: Troy University

Career Goals: Kindergarten Teacher

Talent: Monologue 

Jaeden Duncan

High School: Bessemer Academy

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Nurse Anesthetist

Talent:  

Ahyunna Lockett

High School: Bibb County

College Preference:

Career Goals:

Talent:  

Emaleigh Marchant

High School: Brookwood High School

College Preference: University of West Alabama

Career Goals: Reporter and Broadcast News Analyst

Talent: Musical Theater Performance ("Journey to The Past", by Broadway's Hit production of "Anastasia")

Amelia Morrison

High School: West Blocton High School

College Preference: New York University

Career Goals: Journalism

Talent:  

Kiersten Pate

High School: Bibb County High School

College Preference: University of South Alabama

Career Goals: Anesthesiology

Talent:  

Reagan Smith

High School: Bibb County Highschool

College Preference: Mississippi State University/Auburn University

Career Goals: Veterinary medicine

Talent: Baton Twirling  (You Can't Stop the Beat, by Cast of Hairspray(2007))

Abbey Watson

High School: West Blocton High School

College Preference: Aubrun University

Career Goals: Major in Business

Talent: twirling  (, by Meghan Trainor )

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