Olivia Vivian announced as MIA ambassador
12 February 2021
We are delighted to announce that Ninja athlete and Olympic gymnast, Olivia Vivian, has joined us as an official Melanoma Institute Australia Ambassador.
Olivia knows too well the impact of melanoma on Australian families, losing her dad to the disease.
She is using her Ninja star power to shine the national spotlight on sun safety and melanoma prevention and treatment.
We are proud and grateful to have Olivia onboard.
Read Olivia's bio - she has faced her fair share of challenges!
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Jennifer Durante |Melanoma Institute Australia | 0412 798 990 | email@example.com
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