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Dan Richardson

Dan is an Actor, Producer, Conservationist and Vegan. He is also a Patron for Born Free. Alongside fellow Ambassador Annie, they embarked on an epic challenge for IAPWA in 2017 where they kayaked across the English Channel before cycling from Brighton to London. Through this, they raised funds towards a mobile clinic to be launched in 2019 to help dogs and cats in Romania.


Annie Connolly

Annie is a Former GB Athlete, a Vegan and Personal Trainer. She is passionate about raising awareness and funds to help animals in need. Following her challenge in 2017, she will be embarking on another event for 2018 to support companion animals and horses in Romania. Annie shares her home with our Romanian Ambassadog Toto.


Peter Meyer

Peter is an actor, model, film producer and author. He was born in South Africa to English parents and grew up on a Safari Park, rated one of the best in the world, founded by his parents before moving to the UK. Peter has just released a book sharing his story entitled ‘Boy from the Wild’.


Katie Cleary

Katie is a model, actress and Founder of ‘Peace 4 Animals’. She is also the creator & producer of “World Animal News” and the award-winning documentary, “Give Me Shelter”. Peace 4 Animals helps to rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for domestic animals and provides education about protecting wild and endangered species.

Carla Fraser

Carla is an Actress, Film-maker and passionate animal welfare advocate. In 2016 she wrote and produced a short film called ‘Grey Future’ which was selected for the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, with screenings in Los Angeles, New York and London.


James Aspey

At 17 James was diagnosed with leukemia and told he had 6 weeks to live. Through his journey he regained his health, became Vegan and even took a year long vow of silence to raise awareness for animals. He has since given hundreds of talks on his journey and is a passionate campaigner for animals.

Kate Stephenson

Kate Stephenson is a journalist, blogger and wildlife campaigner. She runs a popular wildlife conservation blog; ‘Kate on Conservation and works as an education editor for a leading children’s magazine specialising in wildlife. Kate is also a trustee of the Born Free Foundation.