A singer/songwriter, Crystal founded Diamonds on the Street to empower youth at-risk, ages 13 to 21, to craft new life narratives and to turn their personal reflections into art. Over six months, Diamonds on the Street worked with girls living in a shelter and the children of prison inmates to produce inspiring songs that are now part of an album. Proceeds from performances and album sales support the organization’s mission. Listen to the album at www.diamondsonthestreet.com/music.
After 7 years of incarceration, Kenji is now in the business of building strong bodies and minds. He is the founder of Be5tCore, a fitness and health company that not only trains and employs ex-offenders and at-risk youth, but also helps clients reach their optimum fitness potential.
Kenneth Ng is the co-founder of Soundball Singapore, a non-profit group made up of volunteers who coaches the blind to play tennis. An IT professional working in a bank, and a sports enthusiast himself, Kenneth believes sports is an excellent avenue to engage and instill the self confidence of the disabled community.
Theresa Tan is the author of A Clean Breast, a book about her experience with cancer. She is also the former editor of magazines like ELLE, Female and Vanilla. She was also a reporter for 8 Days and etc magazine. Theresa is a mother of 3 beautiful and occasionally exasperating children.