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 Shelby County participants for the Class of 2019.

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Kaitlin Bishop

High School:

College Preference: University of Louisville

Career Goals: Music Therapy

Talent: Singing (Danza Danza, by Durante)

Caitlin Chambers

High School: Shelby County High School

College Preference: Northern Kentucky University

Career Goals: Educator

Talent: Dance (Don't Rain on My Parade, by Caitlin Chambers)

Sarandan Donovan

High School: Shelby County High School

College Preference: Georgetown College

Career Goals: To become a Radiologist

Talent: Playing the Violin  (Can Can (1819-1880), by Jacques Offenbach)

Arianna Dunn

High School: Shelby County High School

College Preference: University of Louisville

Career Goals: Communication/ Theatre Arts

Talent: Musical Theatre (Adelaide’s Lament, by Guys and Dolls)

Carey-Jo Jordan

High School: Shelby County High School

College Preference: WKU

Career Goals: Become a successful lawyer.

Talent:  

Skyler McClusky

High School: Martha Layne Collins

College Preference: Cincinnati Conservatory of Music

Career Goals: Stage Actress, Vocal Performance

Talent: Signing/Dancing (Forget About The Boy , by Thoroughly Modern Millie)

Kayley Smith

High School:

College Preference: Murray State

Career Goals: Wildlife Biology

Talent: Theatrical Piece (I Can Do That, by A Chorus Line)

Grace Wilkinson

High School: shelby county high school

College Preference: university of louisville

Career Goals: I want to go to JCTC for a year then Cosmetology

Talent: colorguard (in my blood, by Shawn Mendes )

Hannah Woods

High School: Shelby County High School

College Preference: University of Kentucky, Hanover College

Career Goals: Business Lawyer

Talent: Singing (Elbow Room, by School House Rock Live!)

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