ACTIVISM AND WORK WITH THE UNITED NATIONS
Tennille Amor released her song, ‘I Am a Girl,’ as an anthem for Gender Equality and Female Empowerment, on International Women’s Day, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, and was appointed the title of UN Women Youth Champion, alongside other Equality Advocates, Emma Watson, Abby Wambach, and Jewel. 'I Am a Girl' was credited by the Executive Director of UN Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, as being a powerful anthem for women and girls around the world. Tennille performs and gives keynote speeches about the importance of Gender Equality and is actively empowering women and girls around the world through her music and philanthropic work.
The message of ‘I Am a Girl’ reminds us that we are capable of being anything that we want to be in life, while providing positive examples of female role models through the ongoing movement. The music video features cameo appearances by: World Champion Female Beatboxer, Kaila Mullady, ‘The Vampire Diaries’ actress, Kat Graham, Tanzanian Singer and TV Personality, Vanessa Mdee, UK Singer/Songwriter and Coach on ‘The Voice Kids,’ Pixie Lott, ‘High School Musical’ actress, Monique Coleman, USA Women’s Soccer Star, Megan Rapinoe, Project Runway winner and fashion designer, Anya Ayoung-Chee, UN Women’s Madam Lakshmi Puri, Pioneer Breakdancer, Ana"Rokafella" Garcia, first female Football Coach, Dr. Jen Welter, acid attack surviver and Award-Winning Speaker, Monica Singh, deaf Norwegian actor, scientist and UN disability rights campaigner, Casar Jacobson, ‘The Mighty Ducks’ actress, Sway Bhatia, Bajan Soca artist, Alison Hinds, and other incredible women who stand behind the cause.
Tennille continues to perform and speak at the United Nations, and at other prestigious events around the world, sharing her important message of Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment.