ONE VOICE CHILDREN
One Voice Children 501c3 is a nonprofit organization based in Utah, United States of America.
Our mission is to inspire the world through the power of children's voices. Our vision is a world where children lead out in creating a kind and understanding community for all through genuine, purposeful, and heart-felt communication. The youth around us are the leaders of tomorrow and One Voice Children invites the world to start listening to their voices today.
The organization started as One Voice Children's Choir and has since grown to offer other programing and initiatives to support hundreds of local children and youth and thousands of others around the world.
One Voice Children’s Choir is comprised of children ages four through eighteen living along the Wasatch Front in the United States. One Voice Children's Choir began at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. Since then One Voice Children's Choir has grown into a unique force in the entertainment world: Quarter-finalist on NBC's America's Got Talent Season 9, performing at the White House, touring in a number of countries and across the United States and most recently hitting number one on the Billboard Kid Album chart. With over 4 million subscribers on YouTube One Voice Children's Choir has become a household name for dynamic original arrangements of popular music. The group’s music has been picked up by HBO, Nickelodeon, Netflix, The Today Show, PBS, and radio stations and playlists around the world. One Voice Children’s Choir serves as the flagship ambassador program of One Voice Children.
Board of Directors
Masa Fukuda - Co-Founder & Choir Director
Tanner DeWaal - CEO/Artistic Director
Michelle Boothe - COO/Artistic Director
Amanda Baugh - Administrative Assistant
Brianna Meikle - Vocal Instructor
Emily Kohlhase - Bookkeeper
Emily Childs - Wardrobe Director
Robert Wyss - Technical Director