New Guiding ambassador unveiled

AN influential content creator was in Salisbury recently after being named a Regional Ambassador for the Girlguiding South West England.

Brogan Tate, whose travel blogs boast 69,000 followers on Instagram and 104,000 YouTube subscribers, has been named as ambassador for the region as part of the voluntary scheme, which aims to raise awareness of the charity, as well as supporting volunteers and inspiring young people.

Brogan, 29, hails from Dorset, and currently volunteers as a Rainbow unit helper in her spare time.

Keen to further her involvement with the organisation, her new role will see her promoting Guiding wider on her social media channels, particularly showcasing what being a volunteer is like, while attending regional and more local events.

She is also keen to help girls work towards their vlogging badges and other relevant skill builders.

Girlguiding South West England officially unveiled Brogan as an ambassador in Salisbury on May 26.

More ambassadors are set to be revealed over the next six months, including an ex-Olympian, professionals in STEM and a children’s author.

Brogan said: “I’m a proud Girlguiding South West England Ambassador.

“I will be supporting volunteers and girls at Region events, meetings and workshops, making links in local communities and my professional network, and using my voice regularly to promote the aims of the charity.

“I’ll also promote local, national and international opportunities available within Guiding, and encourage members to engage in different development opportunities, particularly within my area of specialism across social media, vlogging, digital marketing and content creation.

“I’d love to encourage more people to volunteer and showcase what an incredible, inclusive, fun community Girlguiding is for all members.

“I’m so excited and honoured to be taking on this role, and I look forward to meeting everyone soon.”

Girlguiding is keen to hear from volunteers of all backgrounds, ages, cultures, faiths and abilities.

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