Support Ambassadors

AAAF Support Ambassadors are carefully selected from a cross section of the community (business, sport, politics, health, media) representing various age groups and states around Australia and all have lived with Alopecia Areata. The Ambassadors assist the Foundation by actively promoting and creating awareness about the condition. They can be contacted directly for one-on-one support, and, wherever possible, can assist with hosting information sessions about Alopecia at schools, clubs and youth groups. However, please be aware that all our Ambassadors are volunteers and attending events is subject to their availability, and the date and location of the events.  

Shea  – reach me at

Shea has been part of AAAF for many years and has been living with Alopecia Areata from a young age. A busy dance teacher and proud mum of two beautiful girls, Shea knows that even through tough times, a strong support system and a vibrant sense of humor can get you through anything that alopecia may throw at you. She is very happy to be contacted if anyone has questions, needs to have a chat, or even a good cry.

 James -reach me at

James joined AAAF in 2012 after organising a charity cycle to raise awareness for Alopecia Areata.  He developed Alopecia Areata Univeralis when he was 9 years old, and enjoys working with AAAF to promote awareness and to provide support to people with Alopecia Areata. James hopes to be a positive role modal and example to others who may be struggling to come to terms with their alopecia, especially to young boys and teens.

 Stef – reach me at

Stef has been involved with AAAF’s community for many years, and in 2013 became one of our Support Ambassadors. Stef has been our spokesperson on TV, radio and in several magazines and online publications. She is passionate about sharing her story and experiences to help others know that they are not alone. “Being able to give back to the AAAF in my capacity as a Support Ambassador has been amazing because I still remember my first event with them. Being 14 and bald, I’d always felt like a bit of a freak… until I walked into a room filled with other people like me. Then I felt like I belonged to a community.”

Bianca – reach me at

Bianca became a Support Ambassador in 2017, after living with alopecia for many years. She knows first hand how difficult both physically and emotionally this journey can be and would like to offer support to those who are walking this path. Bianca believes in making a difference in the world and is honored to be able to do so with AAAF.She is especially passionate about mentoring and coaching young people in the areas of self-love and self-expression.  
 Bald girl in the dating world

Cam – reach me at 

Cam, a student and a lover of music and sports, first joined the AAAF in 2018. He developed alopecia at the age of ten, and strongly believes that the amount of hair on someone’s head shouldn’t define them as a person. As a member of the foundation, he hopes to assist in removing the negative societal stigma around hair loss, and is always keen to have a chat to anybody who needs it.

Stacey- reach me at 

Stacey joined the AAAF in November 2018 after having lived with Alopecia for over a decade.  She developed Alopecia Areata at the age of 9, that has since developed to Alopecia Universalis.  Stacey has been an active participant in the Tasmanian support group by attending events and contributing to ideas and planning.  Stacey has completed media interviews leading up to the AAAF Kids Camp 2018, where she attended as a young adult helper to support children and teens with their Alopecia.  Stacey hopes to be a positive role model to young people as she knows Alopecia is as much a mental and emotional battle as it is physical.