Jess Angelique is that quiet student in your class overlooked but overachieving without attention. She will tell your students she was never one of the popular kids in school and was bullied by classmates online and in person. Her transparency and insecurity encourage students to be who they are and treat others with respect.
When you bring in Jess Angelique and the team, they share stories to encourage your students in who they are and the difference they can make by living a life respecting others and focusing on the right priorities. You bring a team of like-minded student aged performers who share the message and music offering greater excitement and production in the on-stage product. The music is a blend of chorus and rap. Hip-hop artist, Luke Reelfs, raps adding to the message identifying with your students.
What separates Jess from other assembly speakers is her ability to relate to the students first-hand that deal with bullying and self-worth. She looks for the kid sitting alone. She was that kid sitting alone. You can trust Jessica Angelique to deliver an effective message inspiring positive behavior change that will last weeks and months after the assembly.
At the age of seven, Jess Angelique showed a strong desire to sing. Gifted with a strong voice, she soon found she had the gift of writing music composing her first song five years later. From the age of 12, Jess loved to write music to encourage kids going through the same struggles at school.
Talent brought opportunity with music industry professionals leading to Jess releasing an eight-song solo project when she was 14 and a seven-song group project with NextEra Music at 17. She has spent the last year touring, serving youth events with song and message. Her music can be found on digital platforms as NextEra Music and Jess Angelique Music.
Luke Reelfs is a hip-hop artist from Omaha, Nebraska whose goal with his music has always been to make an impact in people of all ages' lives and to change the genre of hip-hop. With features protruding from the genre today such as frequent use of demeaning lyrics and negative views, Luke wants to change hip hop to be more listener friendly and positively impactful. His songs rely on colorful wordplay and meaningful lyrics to encourage youth to live a different and fulfilling life. He raps over vastly different types of beats to appeal to a multitude of listeners. Luke wants to be known for being real and authentic with the creation of his music which includes a heavy emphasis on living life in stride. He loves to work hard every day to use his gifts to make a positive impact in people's lives. He wants to pursue a music artist career and to be known as having played a critical part in shifting the public’s opinion on the genre of hip hop. Believing that there is a great deal of power in music and hip hop’s ability to pull emotion from its listeners, Luke hopes to be a figure for a new wave of music in the hip hop genre.
Caitlin Sierra has always had a desire to empower and encourage those around her. After severely battling anorexia, self-image and self-worth, Caitlin developed a passion to help those who also struggled with feelings of inferiority and comparison. She now holds a degree in Social Work and Counseling from George Fox University and has extensive knowledge of theories and therapies to aid individuals in self-efficacy and actualization. While working with youth as a school counselor and therapeutic counselor, she realized the deep need for empowerment among youth since during a youth’s formative years, it is essential for them to acknowledge their importance and significance. Caitlin is now combining her musical talents with her knowledge of youth development to connect with youth and empower them to understand their inherent value and worth.
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