Ambassador Program

It's not a question of can you, but will you?


The Ambassador Program is a community movement of people stepping up to help the Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods. This program empowers people interested in civic engagement through trainings in CDC Public Health Approach to Violence, Community Organizing, Mental Health First Aid, Suicide Prevention, and Conflict Resolution. Ambassador Institutes occur every other month for a half-day and offer each of the mentioned trainings. For those interested in more in-depth trainings on any of the five skill trainings can inquire about the Ambassador Institute: Gold edition—a full-day training on one topic.

Since 2017, the One Love Louisville Ambassadors have created a vast network of support for each other and their neighbors by using their training and skills to host events, connect others to resources, meet new partners and promote violence prevention and community connections. In order to provide additional support to newly trained Ambassadors, we implemented the Ambassador Networking Nights. Every other month, we provide a location, refreshments, and activities that allow Ambassadors to meet and mingle with each other and community partners.

Individuals of all ages, from all neighborhoods, of all abilities can be a One Love Louisville Ambassador. Everyone has something to contribute that can impact the life of someone impacted by violence. Ambassadors are aware of neighborhood needs, informed with strategies, and help change the story of their neighborhood and future generations. It’s never a question of can you, but will you?

For more information about the One Love Louisville Ambassador program contact Maryam Ahmed at


One Love Louisville Ambassador Institute


Our next Ambassador Institute will be October 27th, 2018 from 9:30am-2:30pm. The training is free, but please register in advance. A light breakfast and lunch will be served. 

Ambassador Networking Night

The Networking Night is an opportunity for our One Love Louisville Ambassadors to meet and network both with partners and one another. The event creates an environement for Ambassadors to get to know each other and build a network of citizens as well as agencies involved in efforts to prevent violence. Come ready to meet and mingle with community members doing the work to better our city!


Our next Ambassador Networking Night will be November 2018. Please check back in early November for event details.

We would like to give a special thank you to Spalding University School of Social Work for sponsoring our September 2018 Ambassador Networking Night and our next Ambassador Institute.

If you or your organization are interested in sponsoring the next Ambassador Institute or Ambassador Networking Night please reach out to Maryam Ahmed at
Ambassador Sponsors 



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