AAAF Ambassadors are selected from a cross section of the community – business, sport, politics, health & media.
The Ambassadors assist the Foundation by actively promoting and creating awareness to the media, public and businesses, but more importantly in supporting you. They encourage all to contribute and support the Foundation and participate in the Foundations fundraising activities.
The AAAF is very proud and delighted that the following individuals have agreed to become Foundation Support Ambassadors.
I am open minded and have tried many treatments. If you have any questions at all I’m more than happy to answer them or chat or cry or whatever helps. You can contact me at Shea@aaaf.org.au
Georgia has been an ambassador with the AAAF since 2011 and is available for school discussion groups, one-on-one meetings or as a host of information sessions with youth groups, families and the media. Georgia’s scarf tying skills are second to none and she knows how to extenuate the eyes thorough makeup.You can contact me at email@example.com
Stef has been involved in the AAAF for about 4 years, been in newspaper and magazine articles, done a couple of videos, been a part of a social media campaign and done talks about having Alopecia. I may not have been in your exact situation, but if I can help at all, feel free to contact me. I’m available for a chat, a vent, catch ups, school visits and other ways I can help out. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
James joined AAAF as the Male Youth Ambassador in 2012 after organising a charity cycle to raise awareness for Alopecia Areata. He developed Alopecia Univeralis when he was 9 years old, and looks forward to working with AAAF to promote awareness, and to provide support to people with Alopecia Areata. James works for a digital transformation company.. You can contact me at email@example.com