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Tennille's work with her non-profit.

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Five Women Entrepreneurs 

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Performance at Glamour Magazine event

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International Women's Day 


UN Women Youth Summit


Commercial with P. Diddy, DJ Khaled & French Montana


Music for the Cause Songwriting Winner


JCI Interview

“Every so often, a new artist comes around and takes the music industry by storm. Tennille Amor is that talent. The Trinidadian singer/songwriter was featured at the Radio One Blitz Showcase and has definitely proven that she's up next. Tennille's unique style of music has brought her to the forefront of the entertainment world.”

— Global Grind


Performance at the United Nations

GC4W Performance


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Peace Ambassador Performance in Malaysia


'Good Kisser'Single Release

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United Nations Performance


With Kofi Annan in Amsterdam


Plenty Talent Article


Universal Music Grammy Event


Michael B. Jordan 



Newsday Dubai


Performance in South Korea


Number 2 on Top 10 Countdown


Performance in Turkey


Republic Records Grammy Event


Images from past events

“From melodious pop records to meaningful hip-hop tracks and songs showing off her soulful reggae roots, Tennille Amor is a force to be reckoned with. But the rising star isn't just a musical phenom, she is also known for her work as a philanthropist and public speaker.” 

— Hello Beautiful

“To celebrate how awesome women are, Refinery29 is partnering with singer Tennille Amor and The Female Quotient for the ‘I Am A Girl’ campaign. Amor's song was released at the United Nations, and it's an incredible rallying cry for feminists across the globe. Aside from that, it's just plain catchy - we need "I am a girl / I am a Queen / I can be anything I wanna be" on a cross-stitch pattern ASAP.”

— Refinery29

“Amor has collaborated with various artistes including; Grammy Award winner, John Legend, Pixie Lott, Shaggy, Mr Vegas, and Bunji Garlin just to name a few and will be performing live for the first time in the Middle East.”

— Newsday

“This distinctive event also featured an amazing performance by JCI Ambassador and singer/songwriter Tennille Amor who performed her gender equality hit “I am a Girl.” A highlight of World Congress was the special visit and keynote by Nobel Peace Prize Winner, former UN Secretary-General and past JCI member Kofi Annan.”

— World Congress

“Tennille has been able to accomplish many things while staying true to herself and her music.”

— Ian M. S. Royer, Metro Magazine

“She’s more than just a pretty face who can lay down a good track for you. Tennille Amor is one songstress who is trying to change the world with more than just her music.”

— Independent Media Magazine

Tennille Amor’s desire to unite people of every race, class, and creed inspires many young people around the world. Her presence at the Summer Youth Assembly at the United Nations served to further promote our mutual goal of conveying to youth the power, responsibility, and support they have in achieving the SDGs. Her words of advice and encouragement were not only appreciated by Youth Assembly organizers, stakeholders, and participants, but also by the thousands of youth leaders who are looking to the United Nations for guidance in facing global challenges.”

— Her Excellency Simona-Mirela Miculescu, Youth Assembly at the United Nations in New York

“The day began with a live performance from singer/songwriter, Tennille Amor. Originally from Trinidad, her upbeat pop music has a distinct reggae sound. Her equally-cool young accompanist strummed his acoustic guitar while she sang her song "Lion". In addition to being a performer - having worked with artists like John Legend, the Black Eyed Peas crew, etc. - She is the co-founder of the nonprofit E.P.I.C. (Everyday People Initiating Change), which provides clean drinking water to villages in developing countries.”

— Huffington Post

“[Tennille] Amor works on the creative aspects and builds relationships with the tribes [in Tanzania]. “She’s really the heart that drives it,” Panos said.”

— Daily News

“As the atmosphere became even more alive, the multi-award-winning activist, Ambassador and singer, Tennille Amor was called to the stage for the most engaging performance of the night. We became intoxicated with the hope for a new Africa and the Middle East.”

— I Am Africa Campaign

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