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Naomi Rahn is a 15 year old actress who resides in University Place, Washington.  Naomi along with 30 other young ladies from across the United States and the Caribbean displayed their talents at the 37th annual Hal Jackson’s Talented Teens International Scholarship Competition on Saturday, July 28, 2007 at Aaron Davis Hall in New York City.  Miss Rahn’s dramatic acting ability won her the title of being named the most Talented Teen in the world.  Her recitation was entitled “My Real Father.”  Naomi’s favorite subject at Curtis Senior High School is Literature because she says “It is the written form of action.”  She aspires to attend Colgate University where her major will be Performing Arts.  In the future she would like to be an actress as well as a Literature Professor.  Naomi entered HJTTI to gain grace, poise and confidence.  She has learned that nothing is impossible if you try.  Her motto is “Life is like a math equation… Dedication + Discipline X Determination = Success.  Her dedication, discipline, determination and success have earned her two scholarships, one for having the highest talent score and the other as the overall 2007 HJTTI winner totaling $6,000 to the college of her choice.

 

 

Chandra Turner is a 17 year old opera singer from Cleveland, Ohio.  Chandra wowed the judges with an Italian aria entitled “Per La Gloria.”  She attends Cleveland School of the Arts where she is in the 11th grade.  Chandra enjoys going to the Theater and writing music.  In the future she could like to become a Music Teacher or a professional in the world of music.  Chandra sang her way into a $2,000 scholarship to the college of her choice.

 

 

Ajanee Hambrick is a 16 year old vocalist from Bronx, New York who attends the Bronx Lab High School.  Ajanee enjoys singing, writing, dancing, performing and giving back to the community. Ajanee sang “I Believe I Can Fly” and soared to the top of the judges’ score cards.  In the future she would like to attend the Julliard School of Music where she will major and minor in Theater.  Her motto is “Never let your opportunity pass you by.” Bishop Jasper Rolle, Jr.  Ajanee has won a $1,500 scholarship to the college of her choice.

 

 

Ariel Johnson is a 15 year old vocalist from Marietta, Georgia.  Ariel sang an old favorite tune entitled “Summertime” during the competition and won a $1,000 scholarship to the college of her choice for her efforts and as Miss Creativity she was won an additional $250 scholarship.  She would like to become a professional singer or pursue a career in cosmetology.  She will attend the Academy of Hair, Arts & Design.  Ariel enjoys playing the piano, doing her mother’s hair, volunteering at festivals and playing softball. Her motto is “Practice Makes Perfect.”

 

 

Cathy Cann is an exceptional 14 year old modern dancer from Stratford, Connecticut.  She aspires to attend Yale University where she will major in Law.  Cathy likes horseback riding, rock climbing, skiing, and painting and has created her own charity which raised $3,500 to educate children.  Her motto is when you put a date on your dream, it becomes a goal.  When you aim for the goal, it becomes a challenge.  When you beat the challenge, the reward is success.  To have success, you need a dream.  To assist with her dream of success, Cathy has won a $250 scholarship for being chosen Miss Personality and a $500 scholarship for her dancing to the college of her choice.

 

 

Darina Littleton is 17 years old tap dancer who resides in Los Angeles, California where she attends View Park Prep and is an honor student.  Darina enjoys dancing, track and field and choir.  She will attend the University of California Irvine and major in Dance pursuing her career of becoming a Choreographer.  Darina is a member of the Kennedy Tap Company, Universal Dance Designs, ICEE Mass Youth Choir, and the Dance Arts Academy. Her motto is “success is about the journey, not just the destination.”  Darina’s grades were the highest in the competition and has been awarded a Make the Grade Foundation scholarship and a Wilda LaBrie scholarship to the college of her choice totaling $1,500.

 

 

Naomi Rahn is a 15 year old actress who resides in University Place, Washington.  Naomi along with 30 other young ladies from across the United States and the Caribbean displayed their talents at the 37th annual Hal Jackson’s Talented Teens International Scholarship Competition on Saturday, July 28, 2007 at Aaron Davis Hall in New York City.  Miss Rahn’s dramatic acting ability won her the title of being named the most Talented Teen in the world.  Her recitation was entitled “My Real Father.”  Naomi’s favorite subject at Curtis Senior High School is Literature because she says “It is the written form of action.”  She aspires to attend Colgate University where her major will be Performing Arts.  In the future she would like to be an actress as well as a Literature Professor.  Naomi entered HJTTI to gain grace, poise and confidence.  She has learned that nothing is impossible if you try.  Her motto is “Life is like a math equation… Dedication + Discipline X Determination = Success.  Her dedication, discipline, determination and success have earned her two scholarships, one for having the highest talent score and the other as the overall 2007 HJTTI winner totaling $6,000 to the college of her choice.

 

 

Anisa Dijkhoffz is a 16 year old modern dancer who lives in St. Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles who attends St. Dominics Secondary School where her favorite subjects are languages – Spanish, England and Dutch.  After majoring in the field of Tourism and Hospitality she wants to become a Marketing Manager or Director of Tourism.  Anisa enjoys swimming, horseback riding and dancing.  Her motto is “The horizon is my limit.”  Anisa was chosen as the most photogenic contestant this year by Mychal Watts, the official photographer of HJTTI, and has won a $500 scholarship to the college of her choice.

 
 
 

Cathy Cann is an exceptional 14 year old modern dancer from Stratford, Connecticut.  She aspires to attend Yale University where she will major in Law.  Cathy likes horseback riding, rock climbing, skiing, and painting and has created her own charity which raised $3,500 to educate children.  Her motto is when you put a date on your dream, it becomes a goal.  When you aim for the goal, it becomes a challenge.  When you beat the challenge, the reward is success.  To have success, you need a dream.  To assist with her dream of success, Cathy has won a $250 scholarship for being chosen Miss Personality and a $500 scholarship for her dancing to the college of her choice.

 

 

Aleasha Love resides in Chattanooga, Tennessee and attends Howard High School.  She likes writing poetry, dancing, hair dressing, hanging out with her friends and attending Student Venture.  She dreams of attending Spellman College where she will major in Law.  After graduating she aspires to become a professional lawyer.  Her motto is “Don’t hope for something to happen, get up and make it happen.”  Aleasha Love was chosen Miss Congeniality by the other young ladies and has won a $250 scholarship.

 

 

Ariel Johnson is a 15 year old vocalist from Marietta, Georgia.  Ariel sang an old favorite tune entitled “Summertime” during the competition and won a $1,000 scholarship to the college of her choice for her efforts and as Miss Creativity she was won an additional $250 scholarship.  She would like to become a professional singer or pursue a career in cosmetology.  She will attend the Academy of Hair, Arts & Design.  Ariel enjoys playing the piano, doing her mother’s hair, volunteering at festivals and playing softball. Her motto is “Practice Makes Perfect.”

 

 


 

  Jacquelin Harris ~ 2010  
  Briyana Guadalupe ~ 2009  
  Amirah Garwood ~ 2008  
  Naomi Rahn ~ 2007  
  Raquel Winchester ~ 2006  
  Esonica Veira ~ 2005  
  Nicola Dalrymple ~ 2004  
  Tatiana McConnico ~ 2003  
 
 
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