Australian swimming Legend Dawn Fraser, AC, MBE has been announced as the Australian Ambassador for the Survivor Watch. Dawn is an Australian freestyle champion swimmer and former politician. She is one of only three swimmers to have won the same Olympic individual event three times – in her case the women's 100-metre freestyle. Dawn will advocate on domestic violence having experience this in her earlier years with her partner.
Josef Levy is a retired Long Beach Police Commander in the USA. During his tenure with the Police Department Levy worked numerous assignments, including Patrol, Narcotics, Gang Enforcement, Internal Affairs, SWAT negotiations and media relations.
Josef is currently serving as the;
- President of Embassy Consulting Services LLC- www.embassyconsultingservices.com
- President, National Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation- www.lecsf.net
- Board of Directors Goodwill Industries Serving the People of Southern Los Angeles County
We are proud to announce the appointment of Inu Akerei Maresala-Thomson as the new Ambassador for the Survivor Watch in NZ. Akerei is one of the Co-Founders of the award winning MYRIVR app, the largest in-app directory of community services and has served 12 years in the New Zealand Police as a ranking Senior Sergeant. He is passionate about preventing domestic violence and innovations for positive social outcomes and was recently named as New Zealand’s 86th White Ribbon Ambassadors.
We are excited to announce and welcome former Wallaby and Fox Sports News contributor Jeremy Paul as an Ambassador for the Survivor Watch. Due to the rise of elite players facing health challenges, Jeremy has been assigned to the areas of mental health while raising awareness against domestic violence and bullying. Jeremy was a member of the Wallaby's (the Australian National Rugby Union Team) from 1998 - 2006, capturing a gold medal in the 1999 Rugby World Cup.
We are proud to announce the appointment of Julie Chu (Miss Hawai'i USA 2018) as our first Ambassador in the USA for the Survivor Watch. Julie is a survivor and advocate for domestic violence, a special needs Teacher for children and an Author for children's books. Julie will be attending the Safe Schools Summit in Los Angeles in October as part of her assignment for the brand as an Educator.
We are excited to announce the official appointment of Miss Kelley Johnson as our second Ambassador for the Survivor Watch in the USA. Kelley will attend the Safe Schools Summit in Los Angeles with Julianne Chu (Miss Hawaii 2018) as part of her assignment with community safety especially with emergency services. Kelley is the reigning Miss California USA who also graduated Summa Cum Laude from Nursing School at Grand View University, where she was also Valedictorian. She is a Registered Nurse in Doctorate school graduating in 2020. Kelley has appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Dr. Oz, The Doctors, E News, Inside Edition, and various other television, radio, and speaking engagements across the USA. Currently, Kelley lives and works out of Los Angeles as the Chief Nurse Advocate for Wanderly.
We are proud to announce our 3rd US Ambassador Miss Alana Noland who is a US Actress and advocate for public safety. Alana's Ambassadorship is in the area of public safety after her father, a well known Sportscaster in Hawaii was murdered in Chinatown this year. Alana is looking forward in raising awareness for public safety especially in Hawaii with the Survivor Watch product line as part of her national campaigns.
We are excited to announce our newest Australian Ambassador and mental health advocate Tracey Jewel. Tracey has been assigned to mental health initiatives and will work closely with charity groups in this space. Tracey is known for her role in the reality TV show "Married At First Sight" who is also studying a marketing Post Graduate and a Diploma in Mental Health.