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Myki Angeline




🦁 Queer Filipina Vegan Advocate • She/Her 📍Sacramento, Ca. • 2022 She Rocks Awards Recipient • Creator of The Bad Filipino podcast • MXL Microphones Artist • Host of LIVE: Front & Center podcast via the Women's International Music Network • 98 Rock On-Air Host, Sacramento, CA • Women's Self Defense Instructor I look forward to connecting with like-minded folx; getting back in touch with my Asian/Polynesian roots! 🌴 🌊 I am in the process of obtaining my Instructor Certification for my new self-defense course to empower women-identifying and the non-binary community. Soft launch is this Fall. 👊🏼 I received my martial arts training through Tony Ramos Kajukenbo in Fairfield, California - my Ohana's dojo! I started at age 6, and assisted-training the kids classes in my adult years. I competed in tournaments, and participated in demonstrations throughout Northern California. 🌺 side hustles include being an out of practice Reiki practitioner reaching 2nd level certification. 🎸 I volunteer with Girls Rock Sacramento Music Camp, hosting self-defense workshops for the teen and youth women-identifying and the non-binary community. 🎶 I am the Media Content Manager for The Women's International Music Network (the WiMN). We host the She Rocks Awards every year in Anaheim, CA during the NAMM Show. 🎧 My podcast The Bad Filipino, is a live video podcast that streams on FB, YT, and Twitch - audio versions are through Anchor. 🎙 I work at Audacy, Inc. in Sacramento, CA (U.S.) ▪︎ OnAir Host for 98 Rock-Saturdays 10a-3p PST ▪︎ Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force (DEI) ▪︎ Podcast Production ▪︎ Commercial Spot Production 🎵 My music industry career began in November 2011 (Sacramento, Ca) writing music reviews for local bands. I attended my first NAMM Show in Jan 2012 ( followed by creating my own radio show on V103 Rock in February 2014. By the time I joined the WiMN, I had hundreds of interviews under my belt via NAMM, Concerts in the Park, Aftershock Festival. Plus, I co-hosted a TV show on Access Sacramento’s public station.