Help Kids’ Chance of Florida, Inc. grow by becoming a Kids’ Chance Ambassador! Our Ambassadors are dedicated volunteers who help spread the word about Kids’ Chance; getting the word to students in need and helping us grow by expanding our partners in the community.
Current Florida Chapter Ambassadors
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These volunteers are helping Kids’ Chance of Florida, Inc. grow by serving as Kids’ Chance Ambassadors! Please feel free to contact any of the Ambassadors below to learn more about Kids’ Chance of Florida, Inc. If you would like more information about what an Ambassador does, please click here to review the Kids’ Chance of America Brand Ambassador Guide. Not exactly sure what a KCFL Brand Ambassador does, here are 10 simple ways they give support.
|Luis Amaro||Rehab Without Wallsemail@example.com|
|Tina Brown||Professional Rehabilitation Consultantsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ronda C. Clement||Consultantemail@example.com|
|Mary Cliver||FFVA Mutual||Mary.Cliver@FFvamutual.com|
|Jason Hall||Iconic Investigations||Jason@IconicInvestigations.com|
|Marc S. Kaufman||Consultant||KaufmanMarcS@gmail.com|
|Brandi Walker Maddox||Neuro Restorativefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Melissa Mendieta, RN||Infinity Nurse Case Managementemail@example.com|
|Brian Ricotta||HR LAWfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Grace Roffler||Ethos Event Collective, Design Coordinatoremail@example.com|
|Josh Schuette||Brooks Rehabilitationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jonathan Simpson||Vona Case Management, Inc.||email@example.com|
|Janel Stephens||Bichler & Longofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gregory Tucci||Therapy Direct, LLC.||email@example.com|
|Fred Webster||Linea Solutionsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Donnie Woods||TriFlex Physical Therapy Networkemail@example.com|
Ambassador Role and Skills
The Ambassador Program requires the right mix of resources and people. With ambassadors who have the right blend of skills, personality, and credibility, our campaigns will be successful and fundraising goals can be met. Ambassadors should be targeted based on stated characteristics and recommendations made by the board and other supporters.
- Assist in the creation of content and buzz for our cause.
- Share specific messages.
- Give feedback on marketing messaging for campaign launch.
- Generate ideas for new donor prospects.
- Assist with relationship building and donor tracking and follow up.
Core Traits of an Ambassador
At a very high-level, an ambassador is anyone who is enthusiastic about our organization. An ideal ambassador is the person that will influence our target donor market.
Ambassadors should have a solid understanding of communication and marketing, and an appreciation for the importance of authenticity and messaging.
A High Level of Professionalism
Selected individuals should represent the organization well. They’ll be talking about KCOF and encouraging others to check out our cause. They will be influencing how others perceive our organization.
Natural Leadership Skills
Ambassadors should be credible and knowledgeable, the type of individuals that others seek out for their opinions because they exude confidence and positivity.
A Passion for Building and Growing Relationships
Ambassadors need a passion for fostering strong, loyal relationships between our donors and our brand. Our ambassadors should not only be passionate about KCOF and intimately familiar with our organization, they should also be skilled at making deep connections with others on our behalf.
The Ability to Gather Feedback and Provide Innovative Insight
Ambassadors should gather feedback based on their experience, as well as their conversations with our donors and potential donors. This information can provide critical intelligence that helps improve our program approach.