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Concert To Feed The Homeless Presents: OLIVIA JEAN LEIGH JENSEN

Hello my name is Olivia Jean Leigh Jensen, I am 3rd generation Italian & Dutch, 13 yrs old and currently attending Olive Pierce Middle School in Ramona CA as an 8th grade honor student. I am a girl with BIG dreams of one day becoming a very successful vocalist and Broadway performer. I am a proud and strong daughter of a United States Retired Service Member. I currently take Voice, and Dance lessons. I can play the clarinet and the guitar and am learning the piano. I am the current Jr. Miss International Dream Queen 2012-2013. I am the founder of “Olivia’s Fight for Literacy” a program that I started almost 2 years ago. I also give back to my community by volunteering and holding fundraisers for Rady’s Children Hospital Ambassador, American Melanoma Foundation Ambassador, and participating in concerts to help raise money for the Kierrah Foundation. Since becoming crowned Jr. Miss International Queen, I have found myself being invited to many different functions, singing at different functions. I have had opportunities to speak about my platform which is “Literacy” and also the dream behind IDP. Being a part of my local Senator’s “Duncan Hunter” office as an Ambassador I have had great success in bringing more light and financial help to support to three major foundations like Rady’s Children Hospital, American Melanoma Foundation and Olivia’s Fight for Literacy.

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Princess Raden Dato’Seri Maria Amor Torres is one of the world’s naturally noble people. She has been risen to great heights by her love of humanity. She is the founder of We Care for Humanity, an international NGO, and the creator of the Global Officials of Dignity Awards which link humanitarians by a silken thread to a web of like-minds stretching the world. A non-political influencer of world affairs for peace, Amor strives to spread humanitarianism throughout the world via "The Traveling Princess TV Show" which broadcasts internationally and raises the profile of the greatest humanitarians of the world, many charities, and the issues they address. Maria Amor is the adopted daughter of the Philippine Royal Families of Baloi and Sulu and honorable princess of Jambi, Indonesia. Her royal status was sealed by Government decrees and has received the highest honor awarded to royalty, the Derjah Kerabat. She is a multi-awarded humanitarian and peace icon, and a seasoned diplomat representing various organizations and kingdoms worldwide. Princess Maria Amor is a published author and artist.

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