The glue that holds our beads together
Our Ambassadors represent the One World Bracelet across the world. They help us source our soil and seawater samples as well as with sales and marketing in their regions. We're honored to be working with such an amazing team.
Kim grew up in Osaka, went to college in the U.S., and now does design work in Tokyo.
"I love the One World Bracelet because it reminds me to respect others no matter what they look like, how they speak, or where they come from."
Loren is a logistics Manager in Paris and enjoys blogging about great food and wine.
"I've travelled and studied all over the world. Our kids need to be exposed to more inspiring products like the One World Bracelet which helps bring people together and breaks down barriers."
Johannesburg, S. Africa
Charles is an educator in Johannesburg and his hobbies include fishing and soccer.
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love." - Nelson Mandela
Denver, Colorado, USA
Andrew is a CO native and works in software sales. Outside the office you can find Andrew hiking or biking.
"I was personally drawn to the inspiring messages of unity in a bracelet you see on your wrist everyday."
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Maria was raised in Mendoza, Argentina and now works as a travel agent in Buenos Aires.
"I love traveling and I'm planning on bringing several One World Bracelets on an upcoming trip to give to people I meet along the way in Chile, Peru, and Columbia."
Maddie was born in Melbourne but currently lives in Sydney and works as a Dental Hygienist.
"I love the idea of the One World Bracelet and everything it symbolizes. I'm thrilled to be a part of this project and to represent Australia."
McMurdo - Ross Island
Sarah is a passionate scientist who works as a Research Project Manager focusing on climate change.
"Antarctica is such a magical place and I'm glad products like the One World Bracelet remind people how important the Arctic Ocean is for our global ecosystem."