Tabitha Dawson, Scarlett Wright and Kitty Williams, are StreetInvest's youngest Ambassadors. Tabbie (14), Kitty (15) and Scarlett (15) are the current World and European Champion Acrobatic Gymnastics in the 12-18 age categories. Recently winning gold in Putian City, China for the 2016 World Championship. The girls train locally at Richmond Gymnastics Association club.
Hannah Vaughan Jones is a news anchor at CNNi in London, predominantly presenting CNN Newsroom at 9am and 12pm UK (4am and 7am Eastern). She previously anchored Sky World News and could also be seen presenting across Sky's daytime output. Behind the camera, Hannah has been a senior producer, chief sub writer and acting executive producer across Sky News at Ten, Afternoon Live and Live at Five.
Samantha Bond is an English actress and she has appeared in a number of television, film and stage productions. She is best known for her popular roles of Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond franchise and as Lady Rosamund Painswick in Downtown Abbey and Frances Barden, the leader of Cheshire WI working on the Home Front during the Second World War.
Ian Beck is a children’s author and illustrator. Studying illustration and graphic design in university and graduating in 1968, for many his most notable piece of work is creating the album cover for Sir Elton John’s album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. He began working on children’s books in 1982 and continues in this field with tremendous success. His first children’s novel, The Secret history of Tom Trueheart, Boy Adventurer was published in 2006 and has been translated into more than twenty foreign languages.
Trevor Graham Baylis OBE CBE is an English inventor. He is best known for inventing the world-renowed wind-up radio. Rather than using batteries or external electrical source, the radio is powered by the user winding a crank for several seconds. This stores energy in a spring which then drives an electrical generator to operate the radio receiver. He invented it in response to the need to communicate information about AIDS to the people of Africa.
Maxine's Toy is known both for the wit and originality of their material and the sheer Oscar Wildean decadence of their live performances. With an aesthetic reminiscent of 70's glam in the vein of T Rex and Roxy Music, and a sound taking elements of artists as diverse as the Stooges and Thundercat, Maxine's Toy are a spectacle to behold. With Sir Bob Geldof’s permission the band has produced a cover version of “Joey’s back on the streets again” with all proceeds going to StreetInvest