Our Ambassadors are an integral part of our work to move the world against animal cruelty and suffering. They are like-minded individuals who share our mission to protect animals and have committed to helping make long-term change through social media, networking, and spreading awareness of our work.
They help give a voice to the voiceless when they need it most and we are honored to work alongside them!
Jessica is a former fashion professor and college coach from Texas State University, where she was a student-athlete, coached youth sports, and received the Texas State Rising Star award. Jessica later studied fashion with a focus on sustainability. She believes that compassion towards animals is an important issue both in the fashion industry and in the choices we make every day. As a vegan and animal welfare activist, Jessica coordinates vegan-friendly events that support animal shelters, local brands, and ethical goods, where a portion of the proceeds are donated to local animal rescues. Jessica has spoken at Vegan Fashion Week and San Antonio VegFest about her passion for animal welfare and cruelty-free living.
Michaela grew up surrounded by fashion and makeup and was always interested in beauty and color. After battling with her insecurities for years, Michaela took it upon herself to learn everything she could about skincare and now teaches her followers the importance of being comfortable in your own skin and overcoming your fears. She’s been featured in The Cut, Gotham, Glamour, Allure, InStyle, and many more.
Amanda is a Panamanian American actress born and raised in Los Angeles where she currently resides. Amanda has been plant-based her entire life. In the winter of 2021, she launches her fashion line "PRAER," a vegan clothing line made of recycled and organic materials and inspired by her Panamanian culture. Additionally, Amanda has a robust acting career, starring in movies and shows on Netflix, Hulu, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network, amongst others.
Marilyn Hucek is an American-Chilean pop singer-songwriter. After dreaming of being a pop star since before she can remember, she auditioned for The Voice with hopes of finally starting her music career. During the stay-at-home order of 2020, Marilyn’s father, who has Alzheimer’s, contracted coronavirus while at a retirement home. To cope with her inability to visit him, Marilyn returned to songwriting and gave life to a special song she dedicated to her father--a song that soon became her debut single. Since then, Marilyn has released several singles and an EP which collectively received tens of thousands of streams on Spotify.