Find a City Team Near You

Looking for a great way to get involved helping us spread the word about the mental harms to youth who use marijuana? Help us prevent youth substance abuse, mental illness, and suicide, and become one of Johnny’s Ambassadors! We are forming 100 Johnny’s Ambassadors teams in 2021 which are led by affected loved ones, coalitions, community groups, or concerned individuals just like you. The teams are called Johnny’s Ambassadors City State, such as Johnny’s Ambassadors Prescott AZ.

We’ll have a couple events and fundraisers a year in our communities, including our 2nd Annual Johnny’s Ambassadors #StopDabbing walk in September.

Check to see if your city has already formed a team in your area. If your city is listed, you can register individually or as a Team Captain with your own fundraising page! If there isn’t a team in your city, you can start one!

Here is a list of our Johnny’s Ambassadors Teams so far, including the City Leader’s name and email address. Please feel free to reach out to the City Leader to introduce yourself and volunteer to help if you wish:

U.S. LOCATIONS

ALABAMA
Mobile, AL: Sherry Graham, [email protected]

ARIZONA
Prescott, AZ: Sally Schindel, [email protected]
Tucson, AZ: Lisa O’Neill, [email protected]

CALIFORNIA
Granada Hills: Dick Hogue, [email protected]
Oceanside, CA: Lynn West, [email protected]
Solano County: Bart Bright, [email protected]
San Diego County: Erica Leary [email protected]

COLORADO
Brighton, CO: Susana Munoz (speaks Spanish), [email protected]
Broomfield, CO: Adrienne Leonard, [email protected]
Colorado Springs, CO: Suzanne Dirscherl, [email protected]
Fort Collins, CO: Tanis and Tenley Roeder, [email protected] and [email protected]
Golden, CO: Jen Dewar, [email protected]
Highlands Ranch, CO: Laura Stack, [email protected]

FLORIDA
Davie, FL: Victoria Salinas, [email protected]

IOWA
Pella, Iowa: Pella Youth Coalition, [email protected]

KENTUCKY
Louisville, KY: Elizabeth Jeffries and Stephen Tweed, [email protected]

LOUISIANA
New Orleans, LA: Stephanie Haynes, [email protected]

MASSACHUSETTS
South Boston, MA: Heidi Uhl Matteus, [email protected]
Metro West Boston, MA: Theresa Hoggins, [email protected]
Holden, MA (Worcester area): Darlene Corbett, [email protected]

MONTANA
Deer Lodge, MT: Amanda Bohrer, [email protected]

NORTH CAROLINA
Wilmington, NC (Supply, NC – Brunswick County): Margaret Munck, [email protected]

TEXAS
Houston, TX: Aubree Adams, [email protected]
Dallas, TX: Nicole Nichols, [email protected]

VERMONT
Vermont state: Email [email protected]

VIRGINIA
Roanoke, VA: Jennifer and Nancy Henderson, [email protected]

WISCONSIN
Milwaukee, WI: Jay Craig, [email protected]

INTERNATIONAL LOCATIONS

AUSTRALIA
Sydney, Australia: Tony Wood, [email protected]

BRAZIL
São Paulo, SP: Ronaldo Luiz Rissetto, [email protected]

CANADA
Penticton, British Columbia: Tammy Semple, [email protected]
Price Edward Island, the Maritimes: Kristin Arnold and Joe Sherren, [email protected]
Toronto, Ontario: Doug Klar, [email protected]
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: Lyndsay Legault, [email protected]
Winnipeg, Manitoba: Cynthia McGregor, [email protected]

KENYA
Nairobi, Slum Child Foundation: George Ochieng, [email protected]

NEW ZEALAND
Putaruru, NZ: B.A.S.E Foundation, Ann Hill, [email protected]

Don’t see your city? Would YOU like to be the City Leader? It’s easy! You’ll receive everything you need from us. You’ll pick a starting line for the #StopDabbing walk, participate in a few conference calls, and post on your social media channels (or maybe flyers in the community). That’s it!

Please help us raise awareness and educate parents and teens about the dangers of today’s high-THC marijuana, adolescent brain development, and suicide. The only way people will know marijuana isn’t harmless if for us to share our stories (or share Johnny’s story). Help us save the lives of our youth!

Email Founder & CEO, Laura Stack, [email protected] with questions or to volunteer! Thank you!