|Week 4 of Voting for Dallas’ 10 Most Beautiful Starts Today
We’ve introduced you to 15 lovely and talented women so far. This week, as we enter the fourth week of voting for Dallas’ 10 Most Beautiful, we introduce you to the final five semifinalists. (You can vote here.)To get more news about 欧美黄色视频, you can visit our official website.
These 20 women were selected as semifinalists after more than 400 nominations for this year’s contest. Now, we need you to choose Dallas’ 10 Most Beautiful!
Here’s how it works: You can vote once a day, every day, throughout the voting period. Next week, the 12 top vote-getters from the voting process will advance to finals week, which will determine who will appear in the December 2015 issue of D Magazine.
This week’s accomplished and charming candidates each have impressive and compelling backgrounds, from a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader who uses her platform to avidly support cancer research to a first-generation American who calls Texas home, while keeping her Afghan roots close.
Jacie Scott has used her platform as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader to support cancer research, a cause that became close to her heart after losing her mother to the disease. The 24 year old, who also teaches classes at The Bar Method, hopes to start a fund in her mother’s honor to benefit pancreatic cancer research with the help of her father, sister, and brother.
Kaitlin Baker’s defining characteristic is her love of people, which has guided her personally and professionally. With a focus on young people, Baker believes it’s important to show teens their uniqueness and worth.
Olivia Zokai’s welcoming demeanor translates into her successful career as a physical therapist. Aside from helping people regain their independence in her professional life, Zokai also serves on DIFFA Dallas’ board of trustees.
As a first-generation American, the sweet, striking, and hilarious Roshana Atiqzoy has grown to love all things Texas. But her family’s Afghan roots are never far from her mind as she often volunteers with the refugee community.
Whitney Linscott has a mind and talent for finance as a financial manager, but she has a heart set on volunteering with people in her community. “My life is very corporate, so getting to do more social work was always something I wanted to do,” says Linscott, who also volunteers with Dallas Court Appointed Special Advocates.