We are excited to announce our new Ambassadors in various States. Our Ambassadors will be proudly volunteering with WPPC Nepal Foundation to raise awareness about the human trafficking issue of Nepal, organize fundraisers to support the survivors/victims of human trafficking and projects in Nepal. Welcome aboard and Congratulations to our Ambassadors.
Ms. Josolynn Jones, Ambassador
Tacoma, WA, USA
My name is Josolynn Jones and it’s important to me to be an Ambassador because it’s my way to give back and touch the life's of others who truly need it. I’m passionate about film making and will help use those skills to raise awareness about human trafficking and the goals of WPPC Nepal Foundation so we can make more of an impact to a wider range of people. I’m 18 years old, I like the arts, music, travelling and of course, great food.
(Note: At this time, Ms. Jones is volunteering at Safe Home in Hetauda, Nepal. She will spent her quality time there with the women and children full 6 months.)
Ms. Kanchan Amatya, Ambassador
I am a young women activist and an aspiring social entrepreneur currently pursuing my Bachelors degree in University of Oklahoma as a national merit scholar.
My innate interest and work in humanitarian activities since an early age led my way to be selected by British Council as a Global Change Maker- Nepal Youth Representative ’12 (London), United World College Alumni (Representative of Nepal to UWC Norway), Voice of Women Award Winner, an Ambassador of Peace to Nepal in Peace Revolution Campaign 2012 in Thailand and many programs alike where I represented Nepal putting agendas related to empowerment of youths and women in developing countries ahead.
I currently work as the president of Nepal Student Association in University of Oklahoma. Together with WPPC Nepal Foundation, as an Ambassador, I aim to raise awareness about the stringent situation of women trafficking in Nepal and collect enough funds to support programs initiated by WPPC Nepal Foundation to rescue/rehabilitate victims back home.
Ms. Jolly Amatya, Ambassador
Human trafficking is a crime against "humanity". Every year thousands of women and children fall into the hands of traffickers, in their own countries and abroad. Every country in the world is affected by trafficking to some extent, specially Nepal. As more privileged individuals in the society, I truly believe that it is our primary duty to contribute in our own ways to the betterment of the victims and help them lead and live better/dignified lives in future.
I am more than just delighted to be given an opportunity to be a part of WPPC Nepal Foundation. I am highly motivated to work with our team of dedicated individuals and as one of the Ambassadors, I would like to request all of you to raise awareness and work together with us to 'create' a change in the society.
Let's make lives better! - Jolly Amatya
Ms. Tilasmi Bista, Ambassador
Los Angeles, CA, USA
I am a second year college student, studying journalism and media broadcasting. Aside from being Miss Nepal USA first runner up, I was also Dallas Everest the most talented back in 2008. My passion is to bring hope to the people who are lacking it. I think it's important to give back to the world we live in and human trafficking is a cause I feel very sensitive towards. My biggest treasure is being a Nepali citizen. I grew up in the United States therefore, I believe in promoting Nepal to Americans. In my spare time I go to the local elementary schools and promote the Nepali culture. I dance for the kids, hand out Nepali flags, and give educational speeches about Nepal. I strive to be a good role model to my younger brother or any kid who looks up to me. My parents are my inspiration and their happiness means the world to me.
Mr. Shreyash Bhattarai, Ambassador
Los Angeles, CA, USA
I was born and raised in Kathmandu until the age of 12 when I moved to the United States. I am currently a senior in high school and I'm planning to major in Physics starting this fall. I have seen a lot of corruption and injustice in Nepal which has caused my family to suffer a lot. After experiencing these types of situation myself, my ultimate goal has been to help promote fair practices in the world and specially in my home country, Nepal. Human trafficking and child sex trafficking is not only an unfair practice but is also a huge crime against humanity. I think it is our responsibility, as humans, to protect and rescue our fellow humans who are more unfortunate than the rest of us. These girls have been robbed of their liberty and basic rights, so let us work together to make this world a better place for everyone.
Do you want to be an Ambassador ?
If you are interested to be our Ambassador and make difference in the lives of those women and children who are survivor/victims of human trafficking, please feel free to contact us, also you may download the Ambassador Application Form at the below, fill it in and send to us.