We’re proud of the ambassadors who have the charisma, passion, and dedication to lend their voice to keeping teens safe and being great role models.
Over the last 25 years, we’ve worked with a number of celebrities. We don’t mean to name drop, but here are a few:
In 2017, we teamed up with the most decorated American gymnast Simone Biles to encourage parents and teachers to start conversations about the dangers of underage drinking through our Ask, Listen, Learn program. Simone joined over 20 Attorneys General from across the country in saying “YES” to a healthy lifestyle and “NO” to underage drinking. This goal-driven super athlete is a great role model for kids everywhere! Check out some of our projects with Simone here.
We’re proud to work with NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal since 2010, first to combat the national issue of college-age binge drinking through our student-led campaigns on college campuses. This year, Shaq helped us fight underage drinking through the “Shaq Teaches Bella About Driving” video series and the #InnerShaq campaign. See what Shaq’s done with us here.
Breakout entertainer Bella Thorne is joining forces with us by serving as the lead ambassador for iDECIDE, a campaign encouraging teens to focus on the importance of formulating and following individual decisions, which includes saying no to underage drinking. The campaign was designed to evoke a stay-true-to-yourself message and empower teens to act based on their personal beliefs. See Bella’s work with us here.
Ashley Wagner is a two-time U.S. National Champion (2012 & 2013), 2012 Four Continents Champion, two-time U.S. bronze medalist, 2016 World silver medalist and two-time Junior World bronze medalist in figure skating. Ashley became an Ask, Listen, Learn Superstar last year, and has visited middle schools across the country on the program’s behalf to encourage boys and girls to say “YES” to a healthy lifestyle and “NO” to underage drinking. Learn more about Ashley’s work with us here.
Julie Foudy was a U.S. Women’s National Team soccer star for more than 17 years. A great leader, she was the captain of the United States soccer teams in the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games, World Cup qualifying in 2002, and the 2003 World Cup. Foudy continues to support kids through her Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy, teaching girls how to be leaders on the field and in life.