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 Elmore County participants for the Class of 2022.

Want to participate? Apply now!

Emma Brown

High School: Elmore County

College Preference:

Career Goals:

Talent: The Lord's Prayer in ASL 

Ashlyn Campbell

High School: Edgewood Academy

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: History or English teacher

Talent:  

Abbie Deason

High School: Stanhope Elmore

College Preference:

Career Goals:

Talent:  

Anna Deason

High School: Stanhope Elmore

College Preference: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Career Goals: Major in Biomedical Sciences on the Pre-Med track

Talent:  

Anyia Lynch

High School:

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Trauma Surgeon

Talent:  

Hannah Moody

High School: Holtville High school

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Occupational Therapist

Talent: Twirling  (Scars to your Beautiful, by Alessia Cara)

Brae Lee Morris

High School: Holtville High School

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Accounting and Corporate Law

Talent:  

Bethany Parson

High School: Holtville High School

College Preference: Auburn or Uab

Career Goals: Physical Therapist

Talent:  

Julienne Pharrams

High School: Montgomery Catholic

College Preference:

Career Goals:

Talent:  

Bethany Singleton

High School:

College Preference: University of Montevallo

Career Goals: High School Math Teacher

Talent: Musical Theatre 

Lamonica Smith

High School: Holtville High School

College Preference:

Career Goals:

Talent:  

Emma Williams

High School: Elmore County High School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Accounting

Talent:  

Tracy Wright

High School: Wetumpka High School

College Preference:

Career Goals:

Talent:  

National Sponsors