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 Warren County participants for the Class of 2018.

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Julianna Burroughs

High School: South Warren High School

College Preference: Western Kentucky University

Career Goals: Veterinarian

Talent: Flute Solo (Hey Jude, by The Beatles)

Kellyn Cochran

High School: Warren East

College Preference: University of Tennessee

Career Goals: Anesthesiology

Talent: Dance (Rise Up, by Andra Day)

Aleah Copas

High School: Warren Central High

College Preference: Western Kentucky University

Career Goals: Major in Marketing at a four-year university (BBA)

Talent: Skit (dance) 

Chandler Flynt

High School: Greenwood High School

College Preference: Western Kentucky University

Career Goals: Nurse Practitioner

Talent: Singing (Folk-Pop Music, by Bubbly by Colbie Caillat)

Haley Gumm

High School: South Warren High School

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: OBGYN

Talent: Tumbling 

Sarah Hudson

High School: Warren East High

College Preference: Western Kentucky University Honors College

Career Goals: Pediatrician or Middle School History Teacher

Talent: Vocal (Lost Boy, by Ruth Berhe)

Meigan Niu

High School: The Gatton Academy

College Preference: Emory University

Career Goals: Pre-Med, Pre-Dental

Talent: Piano  (River Flows in You, by Yiruma)

Zena Pare

High School: Homeschool

College Preference: University of Louisville Honors Program

Career Goals: Radiologist or Dermatologist

Talent: Jump Rope Freestyle (Burning Down the House, by Talking Heads)

Molly Simmons

High School: South Warren High School

College Preference: Western Kentucky University

Career Goals: Psychologist

Talent: Comedy Monologue 

Chapel Tinius

High School: Bowling Green High School

College Preference: University of Kentucky

Career Goals: Nurse Practitioner/ Medical Corespondent

Talent: Violin (Granuaile's Dance, by Mairead Nesbitt)

Emmi Vantrease

High School: Bowling Green High School

College Preference: University of Louisville

Career Goals: Pediatric Oncologist

Talent: Music (Viola) (BourrĂ©e, by J. S. Bach)

Courtney Warren

High School: South Warren High School

College Preference: University of Louisville

Career Goals: Dermatologist

Talent: Lyrical Dance (Burn Bright, by Natalie Grant)

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