VERONICA POWERS is a SAG-Aftra actress, singer/songwriter and lifestyle influencer from Los Angeles, California. She began her career when she was just seven years old, and has appeared in numerous national commercials, television shows, shorts and feature films. Veronica was recently cast in a supporting role in the romantic comedy Magic Max, an independent feature film.
VERONICA has collaborated in the recording studio with composers/producers, including heavy hitters such as Trey Bruce (Carrie Underwood), Francci Richard (Keyshia Cole, Patti LaBelle, Jo Jo, Fergie), Harvey Mason Jr. (Iggy Azalea, Ciara, Jordin Sparks, Fifth Harmony) and renowned vocal performance coach and talent scout CeCe Sammy (UK’s Pop Idol, Leona Lewis, The Voice UK, America’s Got Talent). Veronica recently performed backup vocals for Asher Knight’s “Hurricanes and Tornadoes” music video directed by the legendary choreographer Travis Payne, for the anti-bullying campaign “Power of Muzik”.
Veronica is a positive and compassionate young woman, who prioritizes giving back. She has performed live for numerous events and charitable organizations including LA Special Olympics World Games, National Breast Cancer Coalition, Mending Kids International, Upward Bound, US Coast Guard, LA Mission, Ronald McDonald House, American Children’s Holiday Parade, REAF Aids Foundation and more.
Veronica has also had the opportunity to volunteer and mentor, in both the Los Angeles community and abroad. Veronica mentored underprivileged elementary school children with Education Through Music LA, which provides funding and access to music education in low-income schools. Additionally, while in London she spent time mentoring high-risk teen girls for the Barnardo’s Children’s Charity UK "Believe in Children" campaign.
Lucy Meyer, the UNICEF USA-Special Olympics spokesperson, selected Veronica's original song, "You've Got Something" as the soundtrack for their national fundraising webpage. Lucy Meyer, a five-time Special Olympics Gold Medalist with cerebral palsy, chose Veronica's song because it's upbeat tune and positive message mirrored the campaign's mission. The ongoing campaign benefits children living with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and provides the opportunities for communities worldwide to benefit from inclusion and acceptance. The video can be accessed here: https://www.crowdrise.com/lucymeyer.
Veronica recently graduated high school (with straight A’s), and is preparing to study abroad in Paris for her freshman year of college. She is excited to immerse herself in the culture, art and history of France. She will continue her education in the performing arts disciplines to further her professional career in film, television and music.
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