Our ambassadors Our ambassadors are honorary representatives of International Service. Each of our ambassadors has contributed towards creating lasting change in developing communities. They use their platforms to promote the work that we do, and help us achieve our vision: a world where all people on the margins of society have the tools to challenge injustice and change their futures for the better. Jordan Jarrett Bryan Jordan Jarrett Bryan is a wheelchair basketball player and Channel 4 News sports reporter. As well as working as a journalist for a range of publications, Jordan has played wheelchair basketball for 15 years at both club and national level. In 2004, he led the GB Junior Wheelchair Basketball team to their second win in the European championships. Jordan is a passionate advocate for disability rights and equality for disabled people across the world. He is committed to promoting sport as a vehicle to actively engage disabled people, raise aspiration and self-confidence, and encourage inclusion and equality. Georgie Bullen Georgie Bullen is a Paralympian Goalball player and director of Team Insight. Georgie represented Team GB in the 2012 Paralympic Games, and continues to compete at an international level. In 2014, Georgie combined her passion for Goalball with her determination to educate people and raise awareness of visual impairment. She founded Team Insight, a company which builds teams through Goalball as well as other blindfolded activities. Through her professional sporting career and corporate development work, Georgie strives for the acceptance and understanding of people with disabilities. Her work breaks down barriers of awkwardness and negative stereotypes. Professor Mahamade Sawadogo Prof. Sawadogo has held the position of Professor of Philosophy at the University of Ouagadougou since 2011. He is the author of numerous texts on human rights, and has organised several conferences on the issue, as well as being awarded the Chevalier de L’Ordre des Palmes Académiques of Burkina Faso. In addition to his academic work, Prof. Sawadogo is a member of the Arbitration Commission of the Burkinabe Movement for Human and Peoples’ Rights. He is also the National Co-ordinator of the Movement of Intellectuals of the Manifesto for Freedom, an organisation that defends freedom of expression and justice.