The power of music is great. It has the ability to unite people of different cultures and backgrounds in a beautiful way. Ronsher uses her talents to do exactly this. Though she is mostly focused in the jazz genre of praise and worship music, her writing and creative process traverses several categories. Ronsher says, "Your culture determines the flavor you are most comfortable with, so I write songs in all genres in order to enable others to worship our Creator in their most comfortable element." This Michigan native started her musical career at the age of 9. Since then, she has played the clarinet, saxophone, piano, guitar, and drums in addition to singing. Her obvious musical talent has helped her forge a successful career in gospel music, being a part of the choir that won the McDonald's Gospel Contest in Detroit, MI. Her first project, Melodies From Heaven was released in December of 2006. It was truly her own project, as she sang, wrote, and composed the music for the songs herself. Ronsher has several influences, including Rich Mulins for his writing, Richard Smallwood for his piano skills, and Shirely Caesar for her musical delivery. With sounds that resemble those of CeCe Winans, Anita Baker, and Sade, Ronsher is sure to reach wide audiences. She just completed her second project, Secret Place, which deal with the relationship between people and Jesus. Her music is meant to encourage people to find their identities, and fulfill their purpose through Christ. Her songs are composed through her "own journey in Him as well as others' when I listen to their testimony." Ronsher has also recently completed a Book entitled 5 Minutes 2 Show Time. This book is a manual to help encourage those in the faith to effectively pursue their dreams. "I remember when I finished my first CD project and the debilitating feeling I had all because I didn't know what to do next. I never want anyone to feel what I felt so I have compiled my tool shed for others." Ronsher's message to her fans is, "Music is powerful. If used correctly, it will unite and ignite global change for the better. My music is just what you need to jump start this vision becoming reality."