#IPAVETHEWAY - Ambassadors
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Meg Donnelly - Ambassador
"Growing up in the public eye and having a young fanbase is not something I take lightly. By speaking out about my own experiences with anxiety, I've made it my mission to raise awareness about mental health, in hopes of making sure no one ever feels alone with their struggles." - M.D.

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Chloe Arnold - Ambassador
"I learned to dream with no limits, there is no box, there are no cannot think realistically, you have to think with your imagination, you have to see something in your head and then go for it." - C.A.

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Shahadi Wright Joseph - Ambassador
"Creating art and creating change can be synonymous when I do what I love every day...and that is exactly why I do it." - S.W.J.

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"To tap dance is to be powerful. Tap has given me self-esteem and confidence. It has taught me the value of persistence and hard-work and how to be eloquently spontaneous." - M.A.

Ari Afsar - Ambassador

"I believe that art changes culture and in order to change policy, we need to change culture. I believe it is my responsibility as an artist to do just that." - A.A.

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Claira Janover - Ambassador
"I think to be creative and ambitious towards something that you want to do, creatively and artistically is in its own act a beautiful defiance." - C.J.

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Rylee Ebsen - Ambassador
"We need more diversity and inclusion in every area of life - creating content, commercials, video games, technology, web and mobile apps, etc. Things we consume and utilize everyday to learn about the world, communicate with loved ones, and self actualize. COVID-19 has been devastating for so many, but women are disproportionately impacted by the outbreak, four times as many women as men dropped out of the labor force in September. This is why it's crucial to spread awareness on organizations that are helping women and our focus should not waver when it comes to pushing for diversity and inclusion." - R.E.

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