WOMEN OF HAWAI'I
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2019 Distinguished Young Woman of Hawai'i
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Eden Kimberly Chun, 17, of Nuuanu was named the 2019 Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) of Hawaii on Sunday, November 11th and awarded $8,000 in cash scholarships at the 60th annual statewide scholarship program. The event was held at the Farrington High School Auditorium.
At the Hawai'i state competition Eden won a $5,000 cash scholarship, a trip to the Distinguished Young Woman of America National Finals, a 4-year scholarship to Hawaii Pacific University (HPU), and many other prizes. Eden also took home $3,000 in cash awards for Fitness, Interview, Self-Expression and Scholastics.
Eden went on to be named one of 8 finalists in the 62nd Distinguished Young Woman of America Finals on Saturday, June 29th at the Mobile, Alabama Civic Center Theater. She received an additional $6,000 as a national finalist and fitness winner. Eden also won a $500 pre-program award, and will put the cash scholarships to good use when she attends UC Berkeley this fall.
Eden, the daughter of Craig and Joanne Chun, is a proud member of the Punahou School Class of 2019. Her goal is to one day become an international health policy advocate.
For more information on the DYW National Finals, go to: http://distinguishedyw.org/programs/national-finals/
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