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WoW Utah Gala 2019 Backstage Meet and Greet with Kechi Okwuchi

By Judith Guay (other events)

Saturday, November 9 2019 6:00 PM 10:30 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT

Come and meet our guest singer, speaker and entertainer at a private backstage meet and greet!  

We are offering only 30 tickets for this special opportunity to meet America's Got Talent own Kechi Okwchi.\

***MUST BE 12 YEARS OR OLDER TO ATTEND BACKSTAGE MEET AND GREET AND FORMAL GALA /SILENT AUCTION***

Your ticket includes a private backstage meet and greet limited to only 30 people, a swag bag, photo op, appetizers and a ticket to the Gala event and Silent Auction, as we celebrate our 2019 Women of Worth. 

TIckets are only on sale from August 16th at 9:00 till August 30th at 9:00 pm or until we have sold out.

All tickets must be paid on line in advance. Choice of meal is Prime Riib or Smothered Chicken or a Vegan/Gluten Free Pasta primavera. Dinner is catered by Ruby River Salt Lake City, Utah.  

Kechi is being sponsored by Fresh Life Church by their generous donation to WoW Utah, Inc. 

Kechi is a 29 year-old Nigerian-born young woman, currently living in Houston, Texas. She is an MBA student at University of St. Thomas and self-taught singer. Kechi found her true voice after her accident- a plane crash that took the lives of 107 of 109 passengers in Nigeria in 2005. Throughout the difficult journey of burns recovery, Kechi was sustained by her Christian faith, her family and her music. She resumed high school in 2009 and then went on to University of St. Thomas, Houston, where graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in Economics. She began to sing and perform at her church, at Burn and Trauma fundraisers and galas, and at family events, sharing what she loved with those she wanted to inspire.

Becoming a finalist on America’s Got Talent 2017 was Kechi’s dream realized, and on June 10th 2018, she released her first ever single, ‘Don’t You Dare’ on all music platforms. She has since become a traveling artiste, inspirational speaker and burn survivor advocate for multiple burn survivor organizations, including Shriners Burns Hospitals. In 2019, she became a finalist on America’s Got Talent: The Champions through Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer, and Kechi has now chosen to forge ahead on a path that allows her to explore both business and artistic opportunities henceforth.