Audrey Villeneuve Shows Us the Joy of Singing
Audrey Villeneuve of IFC National Marketing dusted off her pipes and gave us all a lovely rendition of “Hallelujah” in her Integrity’s Got Talent submission. Making the video was a treat, says Audrey, “I got to feel like a pro and record a song in a professional studio — it was a dream come true! It was even better that I got to experience it with my dad cheering me on in the sound room.”
Audrey wants us all to know that music is such a great way to express emotions in all periods of our lives, and she hopes to inspire others who want to express themselves more deeply.
Audrey hit the ground running in her current role as a contract specialist, stepping into an urgent opening and learning everything from the ground up. A year later, she is proud to be running her own department efficiently. She says, “IFC is family to me on a whole new level!”
Audrey’s chosen charity is Susan G. Komen, an organization founded to meet the critical needs of communities and invest in research to prevent and cure breast cancer. Integrity is proud to make a donation to Susan G. Komen in Audrey’s name.
Audrey showed us how the first time in a recording studio can be a wonderful experience. Don’t forget to keep voting through May 2nd at 5 PM CT.
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