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Ambassador Program

Be the change you want to see in the world. Become a NEA Ambassador

NEA Ambassadors are volunteer champions working to improve the health and quality of life for people with eczema and their families. All you need is a desire for change and a passion for an eczema-free world for our community.

Available volunteer opportunities 

Speakers Bureau: Got something to say about living with eczema? Then we need you! Speakers Bureau volunteers go out in their communities and beyond to talk about what life is like with eczema. By participating in the Speaker’s Bureau, you elevate the experience of the eczema community to such groups as the FDA and the CDC, the media, companies, scientific researchers and attendees of NEA community events.

Citizen Journalists: If public speaking isn’t your thing but you still want to get your eczema story out there, then join us as a Citizen Journalist. Grab your pen or keyboard and write for NEA’s website, e-newsletters and magazine. Your story helps bring the voice of the community to a wide audience, with the goal of building empathy and understanding among readers about the impact of eczema.

EczemaWise Support Group: Are you an online wiz? A social media maven? Then meet us at EczemaWise, NEA’s online support community. Volunteers help moderate the EczemaWise community to make it a safe, respectful and helpful space for all.

Grassroots Advocates: NEA’s network of Grassroots Advocates work to ensure the needs of the community are heard by lawmakers at local, state and federal levels. Grassroots advocacy can be as easy as writing a letter to your representatives all the way up to visiting officials in your state and even at Capitol Hill to urge Congress to consider the needs of the millions of Americans coping with eczema.

Events: Calling all event planners! Volunteers help organize awareness and fundraising events to support better treatments and a cure for people with eczema. If being outside on a beautiful day with hundreds of like-minded people is your thing, then get out your clipboard and join us at a NEA event. We’ll bring the sunscreen and free t-shirts.

Start by filling out the form below. Once that’s done, we’ll contact you to schedule an online orientation meeting.

Ambassador Form