WHIPPANY, NJ — Roseland resident Jordan Amanda Clarise Mack, a student at Montclair Kimberly Academy, was recently selected as one of 20 girls from seven New Jersey counties to participate in the prestigious 2019 Debutante Leadership Program, offered every other year by the Essex County Chapter of the Links, Incorporated.
For 27 years, this program has been offered by invitation only to outstanding high school junior and senior girls in New Jersey who have demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to community service. Every other year, the debutantes participate in educational, cultural, social and community service activities, and weeks of dance rehearsals with their escorts and fathers.
The 2019 Debutante Leadership Program began in February and will culminate on Dec. 8, 2019 in a formal cotillion to be held on Sunday, Dec. 8 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Hanover Marriott Hotel in Whippany. The theme for the 14th Biennial Emerald & Ivory Debutante Cotillion is “Preparing the Next Global Servant Leader,” and tickets are available through Nov. 20.
Mack’s fellow debutantes for the 14th Biennial Emerald & Ivory Debutante Cotillion include:
Tamia Juane Blackwell of West Orange – West Orange High School
Somalia Kai Bryant of West Orange – West Orange High School
Davionna Regine Phillips of West Orange – West Orange High School
Madison Taylor Pigott of West Orange – West Orange High School
Mecca Erica Pryor of West Orange – West Orange High School
Madison Michelle Oliver of West Orange – West Orange High School
Jade Irma Heningburg of West Orange – Kent Place School
Janeyce Soncerea McCray of Union – Kent Place School
Jenna Alexis Smith of Scotch Plains – Kent Place School
Dylan Blaine France of West Orange – Union Catholic High School
Chloe Rose Mason of South Orange – The Pingry School
Noelle Melissa Mullins of South Orange – The Pingry School
Krista Ann Kathleen Clapp of Summit – Summit High School
Catherine Elizabeth Martin of Stockton – Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart
Jordan Alexia Parchman of Piscataway – Piscataway High School
Jasmin Sinclair Prophete of Holmdel – Academy of the Holy Angels
Raigan Briana Stokes-Carter of Parlin – Sayreville War Memorial High School
Brianne Mariah Waithe of Mt. Laurel – Lenape High School
Anisa Soleil Williams of Branchburg – Somerville High School