Holly Hardin, from Red Bay High School in Franklin County Alabama, has been elected as the National HOSA Region II Vice President. Coming from a very small town in the state of Alabama, Holly Hardin is extremely hopeful for her future. She has been an active member in her local HOSA chapter, serving as president for the past two years. Holly is a rising freshman at the University of North Alabama with an intended major in pre-med. Her career goal is to become a neonatologist.
Holly has held several leadership roles in her high school career. She was involved in many extracurricular activities in addition to HOSA such as basketball, cheerleading, track and field, Beta club, Spanish club, Science Club, Lions club, and Robotics. Holly has a passion for adventure. She loves a day on the lake participating in water sports and traveling to new places.
Another passion of Holly’s she has embodied since middle school is the world of health. At this year's first International Leadership Conference she was elected as Region 2 Vice President. She hopes she will bring a unique aspect to the first international executive team by having not served as a regional or state officer. Holly is confident that with that in mind, she will be able to offer a different perspective on the National Executive Council. She is looking forward to see what is in store for HOSA this year. We are very proud of Holly and her accomplishments! She will represent Alabama with poise and grace!
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