Quickly emerging herself in the music industry, Mele has the eye to bring visions to life. Whether it be behind the scenes or on stage, she can coordinate, delegate and showcase artists in their best light. Growing up in an island home, the Tongan native has learned to intertwine her love for helping others and music together. While managing the indie artist seni., she has produced concerts, events and panels all during the pandemic. Now on the team, she hopes to help fuse each artists' superpowers to really bring forth Streetlight Sounds regardless of genre, background and culture.
“Mele was actually the first person I had in mind when I wanted to start building Streetlight. One of the things that are most important to me are character and hunger. Everywhere that I went when I was trying to educate myself on this industry I found Mele there asking questions and assisting. That’s the hunger I knew I wanted to link up with. Getting to know her and her huge heart for God, for family, and for culture showed me her character. I’m super hype to have her apart of the team.”
Mele on streetlight: “Well, here I am! It’s such an honor to join the team and better yet new family. From the jump, I’ve noticed the dedication for excellence in all areas and the importance of staying educated with the business and creative side of things. It’s been nothing short of inspiring to see creatives really push one another to a new level and I get to be a part of that! I’m still getting my feet wet but I’m grateful for a team that believes in my skillset and how I can add value to Streetlight Sounds. All I can say is, keep Streetlight Sounds in your radar, because we shine brighter in the dark and it’s going to be epic!”