Kareem K.W.O.E. Wells
Driven by the greater good and fueled by a love of music, Kareem “K.W.O.E.” Wells is an artist, entrepreneur and a motivator. In the past decade, K.W.O.E. has been the force behind redefining bar/bat mitzvah celebrations, creating dozens of jobs, and inspiring thousands of young people to persevere through life’s challenges and pursue peace and unity with their peers.
A native of Chicago’s West Side, K.W.O.E. is the founder and CEO of FLOW Entertainment, an interactive entertainment company. He also is a recording artist with Level Next Music, an established songwriter and producer with Dupée Productions Music Group (dpmg), and the founder of the K.W.O.E. Hope Foundation.
Lead in Children of Color, award winning short film for best director and best documentary short film, Sól is currently working as lead in pilot for Children of Color, the series and her first album, two independent projects. She is recording with international producers and other students from her school. She writes all her songs, performs all vocals, and does production on her album as well. She has performed as an actor in “A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, A Prayer” and as a singer with a live band in “She’s Powerful.”
Winner of Gold and Silver medals in Visual art, Sól modeled for American Girl Magazine and you may recognize her from a commercial for Advocate Healthcare.
Jahkil: Not Average
Jahkil is one very busy 10-year-old. When he isn’t hard at work distributing his Blessing Bags to those in need, he can be found doing one of several extra curricular activities. Jahkil is an avid basketball player, is a member of the Stick and Move breakdance team, and also tap dances with Madd Rhythms. The thespian-in-the-making has been featured in the short film Candles, has appeared in a Chuckie Cheese and K-mart commercial, was seen in an episode of Fox Television’s Empire, an episode of NBC’s Chicago PD and was a member of the Porgy and Bess opera at Chicago’s Lyric Opera House.