"My Name Is..." portrays ten dancers giving a voice to ten missing children in Tennessee. The film begins by displaying the dancers holding pictures of missing children pulled from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. It then transitions into revealing the dancers moving from the perspective of the missing children as a representation of their psyche. The one sock is worn in support of the "Rock One Sock" campaign for missing and exploited children. The third part of the film is from the hurting yet hopeful friends' and families' perspectives--how they remember their kids before they went missing--and this is what gives them the endurance to keep searching for their missing child.