Our ambassadors support us by promoting our work and our mission
Phoebe has become an ambassador for sports around the world, striving for greater inclusion and representation within the traditionally male-dominated game of American Football. After rising through the ranks of the British American Football Association (BAFA), she made the transition across the pond to coach the Buffalo Bills in 2017 as the first British female coach in the NFL. Since leaving the Bills, she now regularly works as an analyst for Sky Sports and Talksport in the UK.
Phoebe still finds time for the rising stars on the British scene, as she’s now the Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee within BAFA, and has taken to the field for the Birmingham Lions many times and captained both contact and flag GB teams.
Michel Roux Jr
Michel Roux Jr is a French-English chef best known for owning and running Le Gavroche, where he holds two Michelin stars. He has also made television appearances on Hell's Kitchen and MasterChef.
Chef Michel has demonstrated his passion and heart to see young people succeed through his support of our work, including our annual Cook-Off event at the Treehouse in Clapham.
Efe Obada is an international NFL player for the Washington Commanders. He was the first player to go straight from a European football league to the NFL.
In November 2018 Efe was the inspiration for an American Football Winter Training Programme we delivered with NFL UK and Nike.
Having grown up in Lambeth himself, Efe is an inspiration to our young people and a reminder to dream big.
DJ Semtex is an award-winning, world-renowned DJ, broadcaster, and author.
He is a champion for young people and is committed to the mission and vision of BIGKID Foundation.
Risky Javan is a UK recording artist and was our first-ever ambassador.
Growing up in London, Risky is familiar with the struggles our young people face. He is a strong supporter of our mission.