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R&B Star, Michel’le Will Visit the East Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club to Mentor Young Aspiring Singers in the Saving Our Cinderellas’ Program

10 Jun 15
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Michel'le and daughter

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                                                 June 4, 2015


Media Contact:   

Amy Malone, GICPR



LOS ANGELES,Saving-Our-Daughters-Transparent-logo-2-copy CA – Recording artist and reality star, Michel’le will meet with girls between the ages of 9 and 17 years of age at the Boys & Girls Club of East Los Angeles, on Friday, June 5, 2015, at 4:00 p.m.  The girls will share Vision Boards with their mentor and participate in a Q&A session, where they will have the opportunity to discuss subjects such as following their dreams, teenage depression, bullying, and combating domestic violence.

At the age of 16 years old, Michel’le started writing and recording songs with Dr. Dre and Eazy E on the iconic rap label, Ruthless Records.  Once one of the biggest R&B singers in the country, she garnered #1 hits, platinum certified albums, and sold out shows, but at the height of her success she battled depression, addiction, and domestic abuse.  Now she reaches out to teenage girls to share her story and hopefully empower them to fight for their futures and realize the importance of recognizing their self-worth.

Michel’le became involved with Saving Our Cinderellas’ in 2015 because of her passion for music and young people.  She hopes to help the group of youngsters embrace their dreams of pursuing careers in entertainment.  The program is a part of Saving our Daughters, a non-profit organization which focuses on reaching thousands of teen girls and youth across the country and helping them to create the tools needed to address key issues facing young people today.  They are taught to take the power away from bullying, (cyber, gossip, face-to-face), date abuse, hate crimes, school violence, violence against women, and other esteem slayers.

To learn more about Saving our Cinderellas’ or Saving our Daughters, visit:

If you are interested in scheduling an interview with Michel’le or to receive information about upcoming projects, please contact Amy Malone, GICPR, 323-972-4081 or


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