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From tragedy came hope, vision and purpose. Our ambassadors continue to play an active role in our organisation.

Alastair Nicholson AO RFD QC

The Hon. Alastair Nicholson AO RFD QC was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1979 and to the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1982. He was appointed Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia and Justice of the Federal Court of Australia in 1988. Alastair is committed to advocating the need for changes to the law around bullying and bringing required changes to the attention of government and policy makers.

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Ashton Kline

Ashton, together with his brother Grant, suffered a horrendous childhood at the hands of their violent and controlling father, which culminated in the death of their mother at his hands. Then only 15, Ashton and six-year-old Grant were placed in foster care, at which point they first met the Foundation. Today, Ashton is a highly regarded university lecturer and an inspirational role model.

Ashton Kline

Caitlin Figueiredo

Youth and gender equality advocate Caitlin Figueiredo is a passionate driver of social change. Caitlin is committed to creating inclusive opportunities for young women and youth around the world. In 2016, she was named in the Young Leader Category in the Australian Financial Review/ Westpac Australia's 100 Most Influential Women Awards – the youngest person to be included.

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Dan Jackson

Dan Jackson played for the Richmond Football Club for 11 years before retiring in 2014. In 2012, Dan was awarded the inaugural Jim Stynes Community Leadership Award for his work with charities. Dan started working with the Foundation because he believes every young person should be given the help, care and environment they need to be safe and happy.

Dan Jackson

George Megalogenis

An award-winning author and journalist, George Megalogenis’ interest in the Foundation’s work begins with his childhood, where he suffered from bullying at primary school. As a social commentator, George will help to place the rights of children at the forefront of our national agenda.

George Megalogenis

Jimmy Bartel

Jimmy Bartel, footballer, media commentator and businessman, is one of the most decorated AFL players of the modern era. Jimmy became an Ambassador for the Foundation in July 2017. Jimmy is dedicated to progressing awareness of and advocating for the prevention of domestic violence.

Jimmy Bartel

John Caldwell

Successful businessman, media commentator and former Australian of the Year (Victoria), John Caldwell joined the Foundation in March 2014 to take a stand against bullying and cyber bullying and help protect children from violence.

John Caldwell

Melissa Doyle AM

Melissa Doyle is one of Australia’s most popular media personalities. A journalist and author, Melissa also hosts the weekend breakfast program for radio station smoothfm. A multiple Silver Logie nominee, Melissa works with the Foundation because she believes we need to protect our children from all forms of violence and promote caring, friendliness and mutual respect.

Melissa Doyle