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 Washington participants for the Class of 2022.

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Macy Hardin

Clarkston

City: Clarkston

College Preference: Washington State University

Career Goals: Writer

Talent: Singing and playing piano  (This Is Me, by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul)

Emma Bryson

Colfax

City: Colfax

College Preference: Brigham Young University

Career Goals: Bachelor of Science- Athletic Trainer

Talent: Piano (Saga, by Emma Bryson)

Maggie Meyer

Colton-Uniontown

City: Colton

College Preference: Arizona State University

Career Goals: Tourism/Hospitality

Talent: Singing (I've Got the Music in Me, by Kiki Dee & The Kiki Dee Band)

Jessica Cochran

DYW of Chewelah

City: Chewelah

College Preference: Western Washington University

Career Goals: Professional Ballet Dancer and Dance Teacher

Talent: Dance (Music: Ça déroule- Raphaël Beau, by Choreographer: Melanie Huff)

Ava Hasenoehrl

DYW of Clarkston

City: Clarkston

College Preference: Washington State University

Career Goals: I would like to pursue a career in the STEM field.

Talent: Pointe Ballet Dance (“Sign of the Times” by Harry Styles, by Choreographed by Hannah Seale)

Adyson Schafer

Distinguished Young Woman of ACH

City: Coulee City

College Preference: University of Washington

Career Goals: Pediatrician

Talent: Vocal Performance/Rap (Hamilton’s “My Shot”, by Lin-Manuel Miranda)

Abby Whitemarsh

Ellensburg

City: Cle Elum

College Preference: Brigham Young Univeristy

Career Goals: Undecided

Talent: Trumpet performance (Concert Etude, by Alexander Geodicke)

Denni Fealy

Garfield-Palouse

City: Palouse

College Preference: Clarkson University

Career Goals: Military

Talent: Calisthenics (Believer, by Imagine Dragons)

Dakota Killian

Lind-Ritzville

City: Ritzville

College Preference: Brigham Young University

Career Goals: Journalist, author

Talent: Piano Solo (Qi , by Phildel)

Esther Roeber

Moses Lake

City: Moses Lake

College Preference: Northwest University

Career Goals: Bachelor of Science In Nursing

Talent: Dancing (Le Jazz Hot, by Julie Andrews)

Katie Wheatley

Pullman

City: Pullman

College Preference: Washington State University

Career Goals: Licensed Nurse Practitioner

Talent: Piano (Rhapsody Brillante, by Melody Bober)

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