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 George County participants for the Class of 2021.

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Alivia Ardoin

High School: George County High School

College Preference: Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

Career Goals: Physical Therapy Assistant and Business owner

Talent: Singing  (Never Enough, by Loren Allred )

Leah Black

High School: George County High School

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Neonatal nurse

Talent: Piano (Demons, by Imagine dragons)

Haley Dunnam

High School: George County

College Preference: University of Southern Mississippi

Career Goals: Pediatric Surgeon

Talent: Color Guard (Dancing in the Sky (Instrumental), by Dani and Lizzy)

Kamdyn Fairley

High School: George County High School

College Preference: Pearl River Community College

Career Goals: Dental Hygienist

Talent: Acrobatics/ Tumbling (So Much Better from Legally Blonde, by Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin)

Abigail Hubbard

High School: George County High School

College Preference: Mississippi State University

Career Goals: Major in Education

Talent: Vocal ("Rolling in the Deep", by Adele)

Laney Hulbert

High School: George County High School

College Preference: University of Mississippi

Career Goals: Trial Attorney

Talent: Ballet en Pointe (Victory, by Bond)

Raely Langston

High School: George County High School

College Preference: Mississippi State University

Career Goals: Educational Psychology

Talent: Piano (Valse Dramatico, by Melody Bober)

Charity Long

High School:

College Preference: University of Mobile

Career Goals: Medical doctor

Talent: Vocal solo (You Raise Me Up, by Celtic Woman)

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