The ICPCN has a growing number of ambassadors. An ambassador is a celebrity, a public figure or a professional leader who is willing to become a figurehead for ICPCN and palliative care for children.
The role of an Ambassador is to be an active supporter of ICPCN and palliative care for children, willing to promote the mission, values, aims and objectives of ICPCN at every opportunity.
Amongst other activities, ambassadors agree to:
- Work with ICPCN to enhance ICPCN’s credibility in the professional sector
- Significantly improve ICPCN’s network and reach
- Promote whenever possible ICPCN campaigns and events via social media and other marketing or educational opportunities.
- Enhance the status of ICPCN by their willingness to be publicly associated with the objects and activities of ICPCN.
Our Global Ambassadors include:
Micheline Etkin is a glamorous supermodel, as well as a wife and mother to three adult children. Born in Lebanon, raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil and now living in Arizona in the USA, Micheline is a truly global personality with a unique cultural perspective. She passionately supports organizations which help the world’s most vulnerable children. Learn more about Micheline.
Roberto Manrique is a sought after television and stage actor in Latin America and with the Hispanic audience in the US. Since January 2010, Roberto has also combined his acting work with social responsibility by actively participating with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Learn more about Roberto.
Svetlana Statkevich is a well known celebrity in her home country of Belarus. She holds various titles from both national and international contests for married women including Mrs Universe Belarus 2015 and for her charity work the title of Mrs Social Activity. Learn more about Svetlana.