STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM
Want to help raise Celiac Disease education and awareness?
The Kicking 4 Celiac Foundation Student Ambassador program was designed to help children, teens, and adults become pivotal role models for others with Celiac Disease and to educate those in the community that may not be affected by Celiac Disease.
Our Student Ambassador Program works with students interested in reaching out to their local elementary, middle, and high schools, as well as to those in college, to discuss the importance of allergy awareness and tolerance in schools. With the rate of diagnosis increasing, it is important for education to increase well. The Kicking 4 Celiac Foundation will provide Student Ambassadors with literature, to help them raise Celiac Disease education and awareness.
Anyone interested in being an ambassador should email Foundation director Craig Pinto at email@example.com
Currently, Student Ambassadors can be found all over the United States! Here is the current list of our twenty-four student ambassadors, spanning twelve states:
California (3) - Kelsey Boller, Crescenta Valley High School; Olivia Levkowitz, Yeshiva of Los Angeles Girls High School; Sage Pfeiffer, Santa Margarita High School.
Florida (2) - Cameron Bullock, Palm Beach Atlantic University; Thomas Levine, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Massachusetts (2) - Nicole Gilcoine, Stonehill College; Jessica Wisniewski, Assumption College.
Michigan (2) – Kelly Hall, University of Michigan; Ellen Searle, Oakland University.
Missouri (2) - Amanda Kolbye, University of Missouri; Erin Mikel, University of Missouri.
Nevada (1) - Kacie Conway, Damonte Ranch High School.
New Jersey (2) – Nick Pibl, Princeton High School; Nicole Ramos, Rutgers University.
New York (3) - Joshua Landsberg, Student Ambassador Special Events Coordinator, Jericho High School; Rachel Sobelsohn, Beacon School; Cameron Wang, Friends Academy.
North Carolina (3) - Hailey Angel, Grandy Primary School; Mark Mader, Charlotte, NC; Grant Rodgers, Heritage High School.
Texas (2) - Chynna Foucek, Rice University; Aurelia Lamanna, St. Leo University.
Virginia (1) - Amanda Patarino, George Mason University.
Wisconsin (1) - Leah Clark, Columbus High School.