Learn about the 5 young women Seventeen Magazine chose for their 'Pretty Amazing' Girls List.
Seventeen Magazine launched their second annual "Pretty Amazing" contest with the goal of finding a girl who's making an impact on her community and inspiring others to do the same. Last year's winner, Zoe Damacela, went from living on the streets to creating and selling her custom fashion designs to put herself through college. Check out the five impressive finalists Seventeen has chosen this year. Who would you vote for?
Lindsay Giambattist, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
In 2005, Lindsay started Taylor's Closet, an organization that provides teenage girls in foster care with a free designer shopping spree and weekly workshops in sewing, cooking and art. Today Lindsay studies fashion design at the Savannah College of Art & Design.
Brittany McMillan, British Columbia, Canada
This 17-year-old is passionate about putting an end to bullying. She is the founder of Spirit Day, an annual day of observance on October 19th where participants wear purple to show support for LGBTQ Youth. She has been honored by GLAAD for her work.
Chloe Freytag, Miami, Florida
Chloe is so passionate about ballet that she moved from her hometown of Wayzata, Minnesota to Miami by herself at 16 to train. At 18, she is the youngest corps member of the Miami City Ballet. She likes vegan cooking, meditating and making eco-friendly choices.
Kimberly Anyadike, Los Angeles, California
At 18, Kimberly is the youngest African-American female to pilot a flight across the country. She will attend UCLA this fall and aspires to be a cardiovascular surgeon with Doctors Without Borders.
Lindsay Brown, Newport Beach, CA
Lindsay is a 21-year-old University of Notre Dame soccer player and the founder of the SEGway Project, which is an organization to empower girls through academics and athletics so they can escape the cycle of poverty and segway into the leaders they were born to be.
Thanks to the Huffington Post Teen for this story.
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