Musician and Author Tena Williams A.K.A. “Lady Flava” began singing in her church choir as a little girl in Jamaica and continued when she migrated to the United States at the age of 10. She began writing songs at the age of 16. Reggae, R&B, and Rap. Tena began recording professionally in late 2006. Tena Williams is also the CEO of the Finding Peace Campaign Corporation a non-profit organization designed to benefit victims of abuse and others in need of food, clothing, shelter, training, counseling and more.
Tena Williams goes by artist name Lady Flava and her first album was entitled “Mixed Emotions.” The album contained songs sweet love, Riding in my Audi, I lied dat was wrong, Gotta have you, No come back in a mi life, Shump, Slappy Slappy, Feed me love, and Mine you business gal. The hardcore Reggae track “Slappy Slappy” was first played on Black roots radio and several other radio stations in England. Her song “Slappy Slappy” is a domestic violence song dedicated to all the women in the world who have experienced or are against domestic violence.
Tena Williams was born in Mandeville Manchester Jamaica West Indies. She attended Capitol Community Technical College where she received her Associates in Science degree in business administration. She attended Central Connecticut State University where she majored in Accounting. Tena Williams worked for many corporations from United Healthcare, to United Technologies and The Town of Bloomfield, CT in finance. Tena Williams had a passion for helping people and was inspired to launch the Finding Peace Campaign Corporation to help people in need of food, clothing, shelter, counseling, education and more. Tena Williams have donated food to MCC homeless shelter in Manchester, CT and to Night Angels organization to feed the hungry. Tena Williams has also raised funds through the sale of her book Finding Peace after a life of sexual, mental and physical abuse to help with the treatment cost of a New York resident that has stage 4 breast cancer.
Tena Williams has also helped to raise funds to help a domestic violence victim’s family with funeral costs. Tena Williams and staff of the Finding Peace Campaign will continue to their journey to help people in need.