Sha’Leah Nikole, is an NAACP Theatre Award-winning Actress, Singer, Songwriter and Mentor from the East side of Los Angeles. Sha’Leah’s love for the Arts began at the age of 8 when she attended Amazing Grace Conservatory under the direction of Wendy Raquel Robinson and the Late Tracy L Coley. AGC is where she developed her passion for music, performing and leadership. While pursuing her Bachelor's degree (which she received from Alfred University) she never gave up on her dream. Sha’Leah began songwriting and singing background vocals and has had the privilege of working with Def Jam, Dave Stewart (of the Eurythmics), Grammy Award-winning production team 1500 or Nothin, and Mattel on a number of American Girl products. She has also been afforded the privilege of performing as a solo artist at the House of Blues, The Troubador, on WeTV’s Celebrations and The Arusha in Japan to name a few. Sha’Leah has also stayed true to her roots, performing in musicals such as the NAACP Theatre Award-winning musical Recorded In Hollywood (Ensemble), Dreamgirls(Effie), Beauty and The Beast (Chip), Once on This Island (Asaka) and many more. Blessed by what she has gained while attending Amazing Grace Conservatory, Sha’Leah strives to give back to her community and has founded My Footprints a Mentoring Program. Through the arts, she uses her gifts to inspire and change
Sha’Leah Nikole strives to give back to her community by volunteering as a youth leader at Faithful Central Bible Church and she has founded My Footprints a Mentoring Program. Through My Footprints, she hopes to expose our youth to all that life has to offer through education, arts, and service. Through the arts, she uses her gifts to inspire and change lives.