In 2000, after years of college classes, teaching, and being a single parent, I met Cameron Powers and was introduced to the world of Arabic Music. We set out to use our talents to try and build much-needed bridges between the American and the Arabic peoples. In 2003 we entered Baghdad, nine days after the US Military, and played music with Iraqi people on the streets. We were very warmly received. Cameron and I have performed in Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Iraq, Panama, Venezuela, Mexico and all over the U.S. One of our performance highlights was singing for an audience of 60,000 Egyptians in the Cairo Stadium. We still travel to the Arab world and now work to support music programs for Iraqi Refugee children and women and for Musical Ambassadors who travel the world building bridges of peace and friendship.