Teen pop star and anti-bullying/mental health icon Meredith O'Connor is a role model and idol to fans all over the world. Her music is loved by millions and some have even claimed that it saved their lives during challenges with bullying and isolation.

Meredith's first hit song "Celebrity" went viral on the internet.  Since then she has used her platform to tell her story as a victim of bullying to her fans, through her song that followed titled "The Game". Soon after, her song "Just the Thing" became a hit, with the music video featured on Teen Nick, and VEVO, also garnering an LAIFF award.  The video, filmed in a school, is about how it can be a good thing to be different.
 Kenny Ortiz is the Executive producer, and Heather Holley the vocal producer and co-writer  for Meredith's new full length album titled "I am", under the management of Rick Galvin. "I am" focuses on themes of overcoming adversity and embracing ones' own unique qualities, and features "Stronger", a duet with Teen Beach Movie's Garrett Clayton, and other surprises.  The video for "Stronger" premiered on NBC's EXTRA TV.  "I am" is available on iTunes, Amazon and other stores.
 Meredith has spoken at schools in over 100 cities internationally, and has sold out appearances in London, New York, Athens, Nashville and Los Angeles.  
Her School Presentation has been recognized for it's excellence by the City of Los Angeles, The US Congress, The California Legislature, the Montessori Model UN, and the UN NGO for Sustainable Development, NY.  
She is currently in pre-production for a film based on her life to be directed by Cinderella Story's Ilyssa Goodman and distributed by Sony.
Ms O'Connor is honored to serve on the Advisory Boards of the Montessori Model UN, as well as the NGO for Sustainable Development, NY.
 Some of the Organizations that have partnered with Ms. O'Connor:

United Nations Planet 50/50 by 2030 http://www.unwomen.org/en

Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program https://yellowribbon.org/ 

PACER Center http://www.pacer.org/

Directing Change: http://www.directingchange.org/ 

 Reach Out       http://us.reachout.com/           

Champions against bullying  http://www.championsagainstbullying.com/
International Bullying Prevention Association https://www.ibpaworld.org/
The Smile of a Child http://www.hamogelo.gr/ 
Antibullying New Zealand  http://www.antibullying.org.nz/
Anti Bullying Collective UK  http://antibullyingcollective.co.uk/