Meet our Ambassadors


Nai’a is making waves with his controversial and iconic music. With head turning, shocking visuals, and raw, emotional vocals, he is not just making music… but art. Nai’a blissfully torments us with painfully exposed ballads and hauntingly dramatic dance tracks.


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Hello everyone! My name is Lily, I’m 18 years old and from Richmond, VA, but I’ll be moving to Tennessee in the fall to study music business at Middle Tennessee State University! My musical inspirations include Frank Ocean, Daniel Caesar, Giveon, Jorja Smith, SZA, Lauryn Hill, and H.E.R.

For more of me and my journey, you can follow me on Instagram @L.tendaii


Justin is a drummer, bassist, and a producer/mixer based out of central Pennsylvania. He has deep roots planted in jazz and has expanded to other genres that range from gospel to progressive metal, to fusion. Before exposure to all of that, Justin’s love of music began as a child playing pots and pans until his parents got upset with all the dents. That’s when they bought him his first drum set. The first music he played and listened to was classical music. Beethoven, Holst, and John Williams inspired him to join an orchestra where he eventually became the first chair percussionist.
Later in his career he joined different jazz bands such as the Central Pennsylvania Friends of Jazz Youth Band under director Ronnie Waters and Inspire bands directed by Curt Sipe and others, playing all over PA. This is where he discovered some of his favorite artists such as Buddy Rich, Miles Davis, Mike Stern, Wayne shorter, Jeff Lorber, Pat Metheny and many more. After hearing these amazing artists, he was inspired to pick up the bass, as that would help him write the bulk of his music in the future.
Justin’s current goal is to encourage this generation to become exposed to a variety of types of music, especially jazz. “I believe it’s best to supplement other genres of music together to make a big musical stew. When we allow ourselves to see another’s viewpoint and ideas, we can learn and not be limited to what we play. When this happens, the musical possibilities are endless!” Justin writes, produces, mixes, and masters his own music. “When you can write and produce your own music, nothing can stop you, even a pandemic.” He looks forward to the future with new lenses, striving to spread a positive message about music, hope, and truth.
Instagram: @jmbjams


Michaella Leonor is an aspiring musical theatre actor from Rocklin, California. Much of her life has been spent performing at open mics around Rocklin or in stage productions at schools. Michaella works to be an inspiration to young musical artists who have the same goals as her. Her biggest inspirations are Beabadoobee and Eva Noblezada.


Instagram - @omumitchy (personal)

@mitchyannne (music)


Tik Tok - @mitchycake


Zoe Rinchen Lemos, singer/songwriter, multi instrumentalist, producer, has played in bands since she was ten years old. Prior to the pandemic her band ZoKi Band made quite a name for them selves playing 50 shows a year including Franklin County Pride, The Green River fest including opening for Antigone Rising, June Millington, NRBQ and more.

She is now branching out as a solo artist and regular livestreamer and You Tuber. Her music is an original blend of Americana and indie pop. Her lyrics tell stories of political oppression and hope, the love and struggles through the eyes of a young queer Tibetan Greek woman.

She is about to move to NYC where she hopes to continue working on her art while also working on growing her “Lemonate Studio” her animation and digital art business she founded after completing MMVS Entrepreneurial Mastermind.


Hi ! My name is Kenzie Losinski and I am a senior in high school.  I have been involved in musical theatre since sixth grade. This includes six years of voice lessons and over twenty productions. Some of my favorite roles include Miss Honey in Matilda and Katherine in Newsies. I am super excited to be an ambassador for this amazing program. 

Personal Insta: @kenzie.losinski

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Hi! My name is Colin G.!  I am a 19-year-old recording artist, opera singer, musical theatre enthusiast, and creative megamind from Albuquerque, New Mexico. I am majoring in Vocal Performance at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston MA, while simultaneously pursuing my careers as a recording artist and musical theatre/TV/Film performer. My musical inspirations reach through genres and across time with people like Luciano Pavarotti, Ben Platt, Ed Sheeran and John Legend, Frank Sinatra, and Josh Groban. My sound is a fusion of Top 40 Pop, and sappy love ballads, all with a classical twist. Looking forward to meeting everyone!








Benjamin Britton is 19 years old and thrilled to be apart of the MMVS Ambassadors! Benjamin has been participating in theatre since he was 7 years old. Coming from a family of musicians and artist, he has always had a passion for the arts. He has performed in over 40+ productions around his hometown Tallahassee FL. Although Benjamin has only participated in Community theatre, he is diligently working toward professional theatre, working on his dancing, singing and performing while also working on his singing telegram  business. Benjamin is so thankful for the opportunity to grow as a performer and person with his fellow Ambassadors!

Instagram: @Its_Benjamin_Britton



Inspired by artists such as Sia, David Guetta, Avicii, Alec Benjamin, Coldplay and Adele, 18 year old Felicia Berrier’s original music is the voice of today’s society. Like popular songs of the early 2010s, which is the music Felicia grew up with, her music explores many emotions. These emotions include, but are not limited to, happiness, sadness, anger, love, and heartbreak. Her songwriting revolves around the abundant creative thoughts in her mind, which often lead to distinct colors and symbols for each song that she makes. Felicia has been playing piano since the age of 5 and guitar since the age of 13. These two instruments, along with rich vocal harmonies, electronic keyboards, synthesizers, electric guitars, and instruments typically found in an orchestra (such strings, trumpets, clarinets, and flutes) make up the bulk of her music. She writes and produces her own music that contains a unique blend of today’s top hits, alternative, indie, soul, rock, and electronic genres. Many have noted that Felicia’s music sounds like it could fit in musicals or movies, so make sure you know the name “Felicia Berrier” if you need a soundtrack to your life.



JQ Welch (they/she) is a teenage actor, singer, music director, pianist, general nuisance, and hobbyist list-maker. Since 2019, they have spent their time at work on Mystic River Theater Company, an LGBTQ+ non-profit theater company they co-founded with their close friend and confidant, Val Mandl. Through this company, they have launched 3 full-length cabaret-style concerts, 2 of which were created entirely virtually by actors in their own homes. In addition, MRTC’s shows have featured side-by-side full ASL performances, featuring cast members from Deaf West’s Spring Awakening and beyond. JQ has also been a recurring cast and creative member at Highlander Theatre Co. @ Somerville High School. Recently, they’ve been seen as Wadsworth in CLUE: Stay At Home Edition, the Piraguero in IN THE HEIGHTS, featured roles in the school edition of RENT, as well as taking on the position of Assistant Music Director for the company’s first virtual musical, THE MAD ONES. They are set to appear in the upcoming indie film, Flirting, With Possibilities, directed by Garrett Zuercher. In their spare time, they like writing plays, singing songs, spending time with their partner and family, and planning future shows.

IG: @jq_welch


Eliora is a 19-year-old singer/songwriter/producer whose quirky instrumentation and clever lyrics contribute to her whimsical sound. They have four songs out on all streaming platforms, and don’t plan to stop any time soon. You can find eliora on all social media at @elioraofficial.
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Ethan Hanzlik is a 15 Year Old producer, songwriter, singer and guitarist from Connecticut, who’s musical style fuses two opposite genre worlds, folk music and acapella singing. His acapella influence comes from his involvement with The Acapop Kids, as well working with producers and arrangers of Pentatonix.