Our Ambassador Program


The Ambassador program was implemented in 2020 in an effort to enlist volunteers to promote the programs and assistance offered by the Foundation. Ambassadors share the work of the Foundation when networking at meetings, retrainers, and other events that they are already attending. The FBINNAA Charitable Foundation is grateful for those who have volunteered to become a part of the "Heart and Helping Hands of the FBI National Academy Associates" to assist the Foundation's mission of the care and support of FBINAA Members and their families, who are in distress or in harm’s way, and to offer continued educational development of FBINAA Members, their families, and members of other nonprofit law enforcement affiliated associations.


A Successful Ambassador is:

  • An active FBINAA Member
  • Interested in helping to identify active FBINAA Members in need
  • Volunteering to participate on one or more of the Foundation's committees
  • Highlighting and promoting Foundation activities and donation opportunities
  • Advocating the ways the Foundation can provide assistance to those in need
  • Sharing information about the Foundation at Chapter Meetings and Events

The FBINAA Charitable Foundation Ambassadors:

  • Jennifer Baskerville, Texas Chapter
  • James Batholomae, Louisiana Chapter
  • Greg Guiton, Maryland/Delaware Chapter
  • Chuck Hauber, South Carolina Chapter
  • Doug Horton, South Carolina Chapter
  • Jeffrey Kruithoff, Ohio Chapter
  • Greg Laurain, Michigan Chapter
  • Mike McCann, New Jersey Chapter
  • Bob Rosch, Wisconsin Chapter
  • Max Santiago, California Chapter
  • Bill Sorrells, Tennessee Chapter
  • Neil Stratton, California Chapter
  • Don Tuten, Florida Chapter
  • Mike Werner, Ohio Chapter


If you are interested in becoming an Ambassador please contact your Section Director:

Section I
John Burbach

Section III
Alan Ruhl

Section II
Kelli Bailiff

Section IV
John LeLacheur