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 Rhea County participants for the Class of 2020.

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Madilyn Adams

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: Chattanooga State

Career Goals: Physical Therapist Assistant

Talent: Color Guard Routine (Scars to Your Beautiful, by Alessia Cara)

Addie Cannon

High School:

College Preference: Carson Newman University

Career Goals: Nursing

Talent: Musical Theatre  (Darryl is a Boy (and He Lives in My Closet), by Michael Mitnick)

Allyson Gentry

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: Lee University

Career Goals: Labor and Delivery Nurse

Talent: Liturgical Dance (Oceans by Hillsong United, by )

Saeri Goins

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: University of Tennessee Knoxville

Career Goals: Dermatologist

Talent: Singing/Piano (To Make You Feel My Love, by Bob Dylan)

Katie Harris

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: Bryan College

Career Goals: Elementary Education

Talent: Flute ("Popular" from the Broadway Musical ""Wicked"", by Stephen Schwartz)

Madysen Iles

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: University of Tennessee Memphis

Career Goals: Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon

Talent: Contemporary Jazz Routine (Let's Go, by Calvin Harris featuring Ne-Yo)

Madeline Martinez

High School:

College Preference: University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Career Goals: Radiologist

Talent:  

Ariel Matthew

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: East Tennessee State University

Career Goals: Speech Pathologist

Talent: Dance ( Jazz solo, by Center Stage Dance company )

Keylee Morgan

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: UTK-University of Tennessee at Knoxville

Career Goals: Nursing-Trauma

Talent:  

Mikinna Quick

High School:

College Preference: University of Tennessee Knoxville

Career Goals: Aesthetics and Special Education

Talent: Archery 

Madelyn Smith

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: University of Tennessee Knoxville

Career Goals: Optometrist

Talent: Piano ("Whitewater Chopsticks", by Calvin Jones)

Maddie Taylor

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: Lee University

Career Goals: Physicians Assistant

Talent:  

Isabella Urani

High School: Homeschooled

College Preference: University of Tennessee

Career Goals: Medical Imaging

Talent: Tumbling routine 

Brianna Wampler

High School: Rhea County High School

College Preference: University of Tennessee Memphis

Career Goals: Pediatrician

Talent: Color Guard (8 Letters , by Why Don’t We)

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