Our Ambassadors are passionate individuals who use their profiles and networks to raise awareness about our work. We are fortunate to work with an amazing group of people who believe in what we do.
Bruce Djite is a former Socceroo who has played for clubs in several countries including, Turkey, China, South Korea and Indonesia. Bruce has won all domestic trophies with Adelaide United, including the Premiership and Championship double in 2016. Bruce also tops the list as Adelaide United’s record goal-scorer.
Bruce spent over 4 years on the Executive and Governance committee of Professional Footballers Australia (the PFA), which is the Australian Players’ Union that represents all Australian professional footballers, including the Socceroos and Matildas. Bruce has spent time working at accounting firm PKF Adelaide, Fox Sports Australia and is currently Adelaide United’s Director of Football.
Natasha started her career at just 14, working as an editorial assistant for The Australian newspaper.
Since then, she’s written for a number of publications including The Sunday Telegraph, 9Honey, Yahoo Australia, 10 Daily and The Punch.
Natasha went on to complete a masters degree in English literature from The University Of Sydney, and currently works as a journalist and newsreader for the Australian Radio Network.
Her greatest achievement, however, has been her daughter Georgia.
Natasha was honoured when approached to become an ambassador for Human and Hope as it aligns with her values of empowering women and children through education, vocation and grassroots projects.
Amanda is the CEO at Xplore for Success, a consultancy that drives equality and inclusion, and provides career development for women and men. She is an experienced and highly respected business leader and Human Resources practitioner with over 25 years of corporate experience and expertise, having worked across industries including banking & finance, professional services, FMCG, Management consultancy and recruitment. Amanda is the proud mother of Olivia, juggles a blended household and is an avid Sydney Swans fan!
Kim is the co-host and producer of The World Nomads Podcast, delivering stories highlighting adventurous independent travellers. Kim also captures audio for eLearning, her work with the Australian Injecting & Illicit Drug Users League, helping to create a podcast series to encourage better communication and clinical interactions between drug users and medical professionals, was recognised globally. Kim is also a radio journalist with Nova Entertainment, reading for Nova national and smooth in Melbourne and Sydney.