acclaimed musician, founder and Executive Director of Starchild Charity
Michaela Foster Marsh is an acclaimed musician with three albums to her credit whose work has appeared in television and film, including Dawson’s Creek, The Matthew Shepard Story and Breaking Amish.
She has been invited to sing at the Monaco International Film Festival, the Cannes International Film Festival, and for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth.
Michaela is the founder and Executive Director of Starchild Charity, which works primarily with vulnerable children and women and which has built a School for Creative Arts in Vvumba, Uganda. Michaela is also the author of the book Starchild.
In 2017, she was a finalist of Scotswoman of the Year by the Evening Times and has received a Prime Ministers Award for her work on Uganda. She has also received a Peace and Unity award and a Community Champion Award.
Currently she lives and works in the city of Glasgow.