We’re pleased and proud to announce the Stop the Bleed Ambassador Program. One of the biggest challenges that Stop the Bleed faces is awareness. Most people have still not heard of it (National Stop the Bleed Day is meant to start changing that!).

What we know is that once people learn about it – they like it and they take action. They get trained, get equipped and become empowered to Stop the Bleed so they can be ready to save a life.

We also know that there are many individuals who are incredibly passionate about Stop the Bleed. The Stop the Bleed Ambassador program is designed to enable all those passionate people a way to help us move Stop the Bleed forward.

Lacey Newman is one of those people and we are thrilled that she our first national Stop the Bleed Ambassador. Lacey is a wife and a mother. She is also a 2017 Las Vegas shooting survivor. She is also something who has taken a terrible thing and turned it into something wonderful. Lacey took Stop the Bleed training and advocates for her belief that everyone should be Stop the Bleed trained.

You don’t have to have experienced a tragedy like Lacey’s to be an Ambassador. We’re simply looking for people who want to share information about Stop the Bleed and encourage people to get involved. Find out how you can become a Stop the Bleed Ambassador here.