Brand Ambassador Program

Want to be an ambassador?

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You Will Get The Chance To:

- Provide hope and positively impact other women by sharing your story and the Pink Stork story with them.

- Become an advocate for women facing challenges in their lives by upholding the Pink Stork mission.

- Be an inspiration and create a network of women to spread awareness and support each other.

- Have creative freedom to organize and host your own unique events tailored to your community.

- Network and create partnerships with churches, schools, and other organizations within your area.

- Enjoy exclusive Pink Stork merch and products every month starting from your first day.

Who You Are:

-You are passionate. 

You feel strongly about providing hope to women who are dealing with personal challenges. 

-You are a leader.

You’re highly involved within your community, and you're not afraid to take initiative.

- You are caring.

You have the ability to understand and share the feelings of others.

-You are digital savvy.

You can come up with engaging content for your social media presence!

-You are creative.

We’re giving you the creative space to come up with your own inspiring ideas - own it!

If this sounds like you, we’d love for you to join our team!



CEO, Founder, and Mom of Five

Meet Our Featured Ambassadors

Pink Stork Brand Ambassador Gwendolyn Ray laughing and smiling in front of faux grass wall

Gwendolyn Ray

My focus in women's health is infertility related to Thyroid disorders. I suffer from Hashimoto's thyroiditis, I was diagnosed at fourteen, and faced severely irregular cycles and PMS symptoms prior to treatment.

Pink Stork Brand Ambassador Jaren Melvin in black shift in front of white wall

Jaren Melvin

After giving birth to my second daughter, I experienced a life threatening postpartum hemorrhage. I am so grateful for life, for God watching over me and placing all the right people in my life at the right time.

Pink Stork Brand Ambassador Allie Sabo in green gingham dress smiling in front of plants

Allie Sabo

When I was 21 I was diagnosed with BRCA 1, the breast cancer mutation gene. At 27 I was diagnosed with PCOS. Knowledge is power. I want to support and lift up women going through similar diagnoses, so they can make the best decision for their health.

Meet the Rest of the Team