Nicole (Nikki) Bernal is an accomplished young artist; part of an elite few whose portfolio was chosen to be featured in the United Kingdom’s International Baccalaureate program in 2010. Although pursuing an engineering degree at NAIT, like many young adults, she found herself reflecting on the journey thus far and wondering about where her life was heading. Recent life changing events soon gave way to inevitable reality checks, but chance encounters with strangers (Ro & Max), an influential teacher and faith in God gave her the needed encouragement and motivation to be a Game Changer. Becoming the person you want to be is difficult but taking that first step to truly and whole heartedly apply yourself is even more difficult. With the drive to inspire others to live better, set goals, and make positive choices – her passion for art and lyric became the vehicle and gravitation towards social evolution. “I want to lead by example and show others a meaningful way of living. The ability to sacrifice, to be humble and to be patient helps us identify that there is much more to life than being selfish. By interacting with people that want to do better, we are aspired towards a positive way of living. Through art and entertainment we can impact generations to live to their potential. Game Changers promote the morals and values of life.”
Nicole Bernal, Artist/CEO
Born talent from Saint-Vincent & The Grenadines, Romario Gittens was a young islander living south of Saint-Lucia and then later immigrating to Canada. He resided in Montreal, QC which blended his Caribbean and French culture together. Romario has gained many life experiences that strengthen his core values, dedicating himself to his hopes and dreams of leaving a positive impact on others through the art of his words. Since moving to Edmonton, he has decided to pursue his love for the art-industry. Today he has found a new respect for refining his skills as artist, poet/song writer, and performer.
A 21-year-old business student and aspiring artist. Max grew up in Ontario surrounded by urban culture and lifestyle. His dream is to return to Rwanda, Africa, and perform in front of his people and family in hopes to find a deeper connection with his roots. Max believes that change can happen – one song at a time.