Student Ambassador Program

Student leaders are what makes Fuel Up to Play 60 so special and so successful!

Since they are so crucial to the implementation of Fuel Up to Play 60 in the school environment, recognizing student leaders and helping them to succeed is a big part of the program. The Student Ambassador Program was designed to recognize and continue to teach student leaders. These young people are excellent public speakers and have first-hand knowledge and ideas of how to implement Fuel Up to Play 60 at school.

If you would like to have a student ambassador speak at your event, please contact Nicole Croy at or 303-451-3170.

2017-2018 State Ambassadors


Davy P., Hudson Academy


Mark R., Hellgate Middle School


Sarah Q., Monroe Intermediate School

National Youth Council: 

Drew B., Helena High School

FUTP 60 State Ambassadors

2016-2017 State Ambassadors


Charlize W., Jefferson County Schools and Lucas H., Colorado Springs District 11


Hunter G., Miles City School District, Joel C., Miles City School District and Drew B., Helena Public Schools (Youth Council Member)



2015-2016 State Ambassadors


Elise Anton, Denver Public Schools, Ryan Kindt, Woodland Park School District, Kaylene Khosla (Youth Council Member) and Roddy Lewis (National Ambassador)


Treyton Boager, Miles City Public Schools, Caitlyn Marsh, Polson Public Schools and Alyssa Shipp (Youth Council Member)


Mariahn Litz, Sweetwater School District 2

Student Ambassadors 2015-2016
2015-2016 Student Ambassadors


Thank you to the 2014-2015 State Ambassadors!


Roddy Lewis, Falcon 49 School District and Tyler Croy, Jefferson R-1 School District, Kaylene Khosla (Youth Council Member)

Click here to see Roddy and Tyler’s cooking demonstration videos.


Drew Briggs, Helena Public Schools and Alyssa Shipp, Miles City Public Schools


Brad Eveatt, Sweetwater CO School District #2

2014-2015 Student Ambassadors Fuel Up to Play
2014-2015 Student Ambassadors

Thank you to 2013-2014 State and National Ambassadors!


Kaylene Khosla (National Ambassador), Lauren Champine and Alyssa Delaney (left to right in below picture)


Austin Murphy


Gregory Marchal

2013-2014 Student Ambassadors Fuel Up to Play
2013-2014 Student Ambassadors

What does it take to be a Student Ambassador?

The Student Ambassador Program was created to give youth a voice in Fuel Up To Play 60 and bring together youth leaders so they can inspire healthy change for themselves, their schools and their communities. Fuel Up To Play 60 is “for youth, by youth,” a program characteristic the Student Ambassador Program brings to life.

The Student Ambassador Program gives youth the opportunity to help make positive changes in their school’s nutrition and physical activity programs, while learning what it means to be a leader. Every summer, Fuel Up To Play 60 hosts a Student Ambassador Leadership & Media Training Summit which helps Student Ambassadors and their Program Advisors from across the country prepare for the upcoming school year. Throughout the school year, Student Ambassadors get their classmates excited about staying healthy and active. They have created morning walking clubs, completed group campaigns, organized healthy food tastings, participated in a mentor program and written posts for The Huddle, the Fuel Up To Play 60 student blog.