Ambassadors are well-known individuals in entertainment, sports, business, and other industries who are voluntarily helping the Office on Women's Health shed light on HIV/AIDS and its impact on women and girls by attending events and engaging in other promotional activities, such as social media, for National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
Please note: The Office on Women's Health does not endorse or promote Ambassadors who participate in activities in connection with National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day or the products or services of the individuals or promoted by the individuals. In addition, an Ambassador’s support of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day does not represent affiliation with the Office or HHS.
Olivia Culpo, Miss Universe 2012
"I am proud to be an ambassador and supporter of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and continue sharing valuable information about the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. The Miss Universe Organization has a long history of fighting HIV/AIDS, and as the reigning Miss Universe, I hope to use my voice to discuss the risks and the importance of getting tested with women and girls around the world."
Cookie Johnson, Philanthropist, Spokesperson for Women's Health & Entrepreneur
"As women, we're often the caretakers of the family, so it's important for the health of our entire family to take care of ourselves, to educate ourselves about the disease then share the facts, and take action to fight HIV!"
Tamika Williams Raymond, Business Owner and Global Mentor
"The women and girls of our country are at a high risk of becoming infected with HIV, and this initiative allows me to bring change to the increasing statistics. I believe we can prevent this horrible virus by educating, testing, and making awareness a daily priority."
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Content last updated May 23, 2013.