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National Ambassadors Council



The National Ambassadors Council is an official Board of Directors committee comprised of local volunteers who are committed to expanding programmatic, communications and fundraising efforts to new geographic areas.

Currently, there are Ambassador Councils in San Diego, San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Ft. Lauderdale/Miami. 


The National Ambassadors Council is responsible for coordinating and implenting program, outreach and fundraising related activities in an effort to raise visibility of the organization and help grow our programs nationwide.  

Members, Terms and Criteria

The committee shall be comprised of a minimum of 8 members: two members of the Board of Directors serve as co-chairs, the Volunteer Manager serves as the staff liaison, and a minimum of two members who volunteer as Co-Chairs of the Ambassador City Committees.  The terms of the non-Board members shall be a minimum of a one year commitment.  

Eligibility Criteria for Ambassador City Committee Co-Chairs


  • A Co-Chair for an Ambassador City Committee must be the point person for either programs or for communications/development
  • The Co-Chair focused on programmatic efforts is required to complete the Lifeguard Workshop Facilitator Training and Survival Kit Webinar Training
  • Attend 4 quarterly conference calls 

Eligibility Criteria for Ambassador City Subcommittee Members


  • Current and active member of one of the subcommittees (program, communications or development).
  • Attend monthly subcommittee meetings

Local Ambassador Council Contacts

If you would like to become involved in any of the Ambassador Councils, simply click a city below and send an email introducing yourself and request to be added to the local Ambassador e-mail list.