Alyssa Sheridan was only 13 when her stepdad, GySgt Floyd Holley, was KIA overseas just a few weeks before her little sister and Floyd's daughter, Sienna Holley, was born. At 18, Brat Pack 11 granted her a life-changing wish to audition for Season 9 of The Voice to hopefully inspire Alyssa to continue pursuing her singing career. After many auditions in front of producers and casting directors, Sheridan made it to the first round where artists had the chance audition in front of the celebrity judges. This experience not only motivated her to continue pursuing her singing career, but it inspired her to become a part of the team that supports Brat Pack 11.
As the stepdaughter of a fallen hero — GySgt Floyd Holley — Alyssa knows firsthand just how painful it is to lose a loved one, which is why she jumped at the chance to become part of an organization that revolves around supporting and helping families of wounded and fallen soldiers.
Brat Pack 11 strives to help these children focus on their dreams and provide them with a community of support. The objective is to give each child a positive focus and show that their sacrifice has not gone unnoticed.
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-Brat Pack 11 Founder-