Kathleen Elle is a singer/songwriter who realizes the incredible power of music and strives to make a difference with hers. Her original anti-bullying song "Don't Let Them In" has received recognition from Seventeen Magazine and Secret Deodorant, as well as Abercrombie & Fitch/Hollister. Each chose to include her song in their anti-bullying PSAs aired online and in schools across the U.S. The song also won the 2016 Campus Movie Fest Elfenworks Social Justice Music Grand Prize. She is a 2015 National YoungArts Winner in the singer/songwriter category, and a TEDx speaker. She is a founding member of the 2015 invite-only Lincoln Center Global Exchange, a symposium of world leaders across government, education, media, science and the arts, with the goal of advancing the arts as a crucial element of society, rather than an expendable option. She believes that music can reach into your soul and deliver a message like no other medium can. She regularly speaks and performs for schools and youth groups on anti-bullying, believing in yourself, and the power of music. Kathleen is currently pursuing a classical music composition and education degree. 
Here's the video that convinced me that I could make a difference in the world with a simple song. Click on the YouTube button below the video to go there where you can read bullying victims' comments on how the song has saved lives.