Setche, an immigrant to the USA from Cameroon, is an engineer, country singer, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) expert; building bridges that transform hearts, minds, systems, and behaviors. She worked at Caterpillar Inc. and Intuit Inc., and is also a facilitator at the National Conflict Resolution Center and writes a DEI column, Building Bridges, for the San Diego Union Tribune.
Her most recent song, Black Country Girl, defies stereotypes and inspires authenticity - urging us to embrace all of who we are, regardless of what boxes we are expected to stay within.
She has also written and produced other inspiring songs and community-building music videos like Children of The World and Batuo (Welcome).
She has performed for religious, political, and community leaders and activists from around the world at various venues including the annual Human Rights Summit at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City, the International Leadership Conference in Seoul, South Korea, and the African Leadership Summit in Cape Town, South Africa (organized by the Royal House of Mandela).