We have an ever growing team of IAP Ambassadors from around the world.
Meet them below!
Jennifer is an archer, a yogi, a craftswoman and a human rights lawyer She enjoys travelling and is passionate about supporting others who are on the path to body positivity.
Piper has recently done a lot of work raising Limb Difference awareness and education within her school and aims to support new generations to feel strong in advocating for themselves .
Brittany is a virtual fitness trainer who has joined our Fitness Committee and aims to raise awareness and highlight how she adapts her workouts to educate others on the options available to them.
Lily runs her own dance fitness business and work for an outdoor arts company, where she choreographs performances and works in event management . She has joined our IAP Fitness Committee where she aims to spread positivity and body confidence.
Shannon joined the Ambassador team in the winter of 2020 and wants to share her story of growing up with a Limb Difference to support and connect with others that are on the same journey.
Jaime and Callie are our mother and daughter team! Callie was born with a lower limb difference and had amputation surgery done when she was 18 months old. She has used a prosthetic leg ever since and enjoys activities such as horse riding, dancing and modelling . their aim is to advocate, teach, and inspire others to help us create a world that is more inclusive.
Jordan became an ambassador at the very beginning of IAP. His parents Sarah and Barry reached out to us following his birth. The IAP community have had the pleasure of watching Jordan grow from a young baby to a toddler. Our founder had the pleasure of meeting the Lloyd family in 2019 and visited the enablement centre for his very first prosthetic fitting.
Bibiana has been an ambassador of IAP since the start. Born with Cerebral Palsy she shares her journey of growing up with a difference and has a passion for increasing awareness, inclusion and fighting ableism no matter the difference.
Lydia is a sophomore in college, where she is a music and education manager. She plays various musical instruments and loves to sing. She is keen to show the world that being born with A.B.S has not slowed down her musical development.
Shannon has become an influential voice on Instagram recently sharing her journey to body confidence. Shannon was born with Ectrodactyly and shares a honest and insightful view into self acceptance, confidence and her approach to ableism.
An aspiring body positive model, Liv was born with a limb difference on her right hand. She wants to use her difference to inspire and encourage others to be proud of who they are, to embrace and uncover. she uses her creativity to raise awareness around inclusion and body positivity.
An adaptive athlete Savannah, born with Oligodactyly, is passionate about sharing her journey with a limb difference, increasing awareness and inclusion.
Vanessa is a mother of 2 including 18 month old Ivy who was born with limb differences. Vanessa shares her family's journey in an honest and beautiful way through Instagram. She is passionate about fighting for a more inclusive world without barriers, where differences are celebrated and all lives are valued and this is reflected in her content.
Liz works for Open Bionics and is passionate about supporting others and promoting inclusivity and self-acceptance. She has been through her own journey of self acceptance and wants to support others in doing the same. Liz has a Hero Arm prosthetic and shares her family life, work and the occasional science experiment on her Instagram page!
Jude Hamer is a two time Paralympian, World & European Silver Medallist, Adaptive CrossFit athlete who has a MSc Pharmacology and Biotechnology.
She has joined our IAP Fitness Committee as she is very passionate about adaptive fitness and encouraging other people with limb differences to find their outlet in life.
Emma is a fitness professional with years of experience and competitive careers in Lacrosse, equestrian sports and bodybuilding . She now works in group fitness, Pilates, and personal training . She is bringing her wealth of knowledge of the fitness world and adaptive fitness to the Fitness Committee!
Randeep is passionate about raising limb difference awareness and the power of self love over in Canada. She shares her story and the impact of her experiences on her mental health. She talks about how she overcame this, embraced her Limb Difference and reached a state of self love.
Sara, a teacher with experience in a wide array of educational environments and her son Myles who was born with a limb difference have joined the team to support IAP in developing the educational elements of IAP.
Audrey is an Occupational Therapist who is currently training her aspiring therapy dog, Rue. She enjoys playing soccer, painting, writing stories, running, and swing dancing. She has a passion for helping people find self-love for themselves and raise awareness on limb differences,
Kim is a newly qualified yoga teacher who has joined forces with the IAMPOSSIBLE Fitness Committee to share her new skills with the community.
Savannah is a little lady who is just starting off on her prosthetic journey at the age of 10 months! Her family are passionate about raising awareness on Amniotic band syndrome and lower body limb differences.
Kelsey recently graduated from Ball State University and is now a registered nurse working on a critical care unit. She has aspirations as a singer and aims to spread body positivity and limb difference awareness.
Brittany has a passion for working with children and advocating for limb differences following her own limb different journey and numerous surgeries.
Ted is an adventurous 6 year old who loves being outdoors exploring, learning about anything especially dinosaurs and space!
Sarah is set to take on an incredible challenge and adventure - to cycle around the world 'single-handedly' whilst exploring and raising awareness on limb differences! We will be following her along the way!
Colleen is an incredible cheerleader and advocate for those with limb differences and has so much fun doing it! We enjoy all that she puts out into the limb difference community.