At A Time for Heroes, Ambassadors Play Starring Role

By Jane Coaston | June 4, 2013

EGPAF Ambassadors and their families pose at A Time For Heroes.

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At this year’s A Time For Heroes carnival in Los Angeles, California, the stars of Hollywood were out in full force. From Interscope Recording Artist Jessica Sanchez to actors and actresses from Disney’s “Teen Beach Movie,” celebrities took the time to pay tribute to EGPAF’s important work and enjoy a day of fun in the sun. But our favorite stars were the EGPAF Ambassadors who gathered at A Time For Heroes to share their stories and the mission of the Foundation.

On Fox 11 in Los Angeles, EGPAF Ambassadors Martha Sichone-Cameron and Jamie Gentille shared their stories, explained why more focus on pediatric HIV is critical, and told the host why they were so excited to be a part of A Time For Heroes.

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On the American Urban Radio Networks, EGPAF Ambassador Hydeia Broadbent told her story and explained why A Time For Heroes is so important for EGPAF and its work to eliminate pediatric AIDS around the world and help mothers and children stay healthy and happy. Listen to the interview here.

We’d like to thank our Ambassadors for their passion, grace, and candor. We are so proud to work with them every single day in our fight against pediatric HIV.

Jane Coaston is Media Relations Coordinator for the Foundation, based in Washington, D.C.