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 Alabama participants for the Class of 2018.

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Sydney Woodard

Covington County

City: Andalusia

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Law

Talent: Flute (Dueling Banjos, by Arthur "Boogie" Smith)

Emily Sims

Crenshaw County

City: Brantley

College Preference: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Career Goals: Physician

Talent: Jazz Dance (A Little Party Never Killed Nobody, by Fergie )

Bailey Fenn

Dale County

City: Ozark

College Preference: Chipola College

Career Goals: Sound System Director for Broadway Shows

Talent: Singing/Guitar Playing (Hallelujah , by Cloverton)

Brooke Tarrant

Jefferson County

City: Vestavia Hills

College Preference: College of William and Mary

Career Goals: Neurologist

Talent: Lyrical Dance (Thy Will - Hillary Scott and the Scott Family, by Brooke Tarrant)

Maddie Wellbaum

Lee County

City: Auburn

College Preference: University of Georgia or Auburn University

Career Goals: Teacher or Nutritionist

Talent: Baton Twirling (Hey Pachuco, by Royal Crown Revue)

Ashlie Campbell

Madison County

City: Madison

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Business

Talent: Dance (Original, by Anna Hebert)

Karoline Copeland

Mobile County

City: Mobile

College Preference: The University of Alabama

Career Goals: Veterinarian

Talent: Jazz Dance (All That Jazz, by The Glee Cast)

Mary Kathyrn Morgan

Monroe County Alabama

City: Monroeville

College Preference: University of Alabama

Career Goals: Lawyer

Talent: Tap Dance (Jump Shout Boogie, by Barry Manilow)

Emme Fraser

Washington County

City: Leroy

College Preference: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Career Goals: Nuclear Engineering

Talent: Singing with guitar (When I Look At You, by Miley Cyrus)

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