SHAKE IT UP AMBASSADORS

From musicians and TV presenters to sportspeople, fashionistas, content creators and more - Shake It Up is honoured to have the involvement and support of ambassadors from across a range of industries who generously give their support and time to help raise awareness and funds for Parkinson's research.

TV/Media Personality, Presenter and MC

Carol Ferrone is a multi-faceted talent renowned for her entertaining and captivating presence on stage and screen. Carol’s life was shaken up over a decade ago, when her brother-in-law was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. She was inspired to use her voice and her profile to make a difference and raise awareness.

Influencer

Annelise is a content creator, motherhood & lifestyle influencer and Makeup Artist. A wife and Mum of four and loving daughter of Helen who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2016.

Comedian

Dil is one of the most in demand headliners on the Australian comedy scene, with a reputation for a positive, upbeat brand of stand-up.  He raised nation-wide awareness and almost $25,000 for Parkinson’s research by featuring on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Outta Here and The Weakest Link Australia.

Actor

Amy is an actor, producer and comedian best known for her lead role in NETFLIX’s Mako Mermaids. She hosts The Shake It Up Show, a Parkinson’s podcast.

Journalist

Kristy Johnson is a Sydney-based writer and journalist who is passionate about health, fitness, and wellness. After a close family member was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, she wanted to have a proactive and hands-on role in raising awareness and drawing attention to the misconceptions of living with the disease.

Professional Waterman

Lincoln Dews is a professional waterman and has made a name for himself as a Multiple time world champion, and high performance athlete. Featuring in some of the toughest ocean racing events on the globe. Lincoln’s Grandfather lived with Parkinson’s and now his Dad has also been diagnosed.

 

Television presenter, Channel 7

Liz’s passion for Shake It Up is drawn from her own exposure to Parkinson’s disease. Liz’s Grandmother who was a prima-ballerina dancing for Germany and her grandfather both suffered from Parkinson’s and her uncle currently lives with the disease.

International business magazine and website editor, contributor at news.com.au and Huffington Post, self-confessed geek girl.

Experiencing her first symptoms of Early Onset Parkinson’s at just 29, Kate wanted to be involved in doing something proactive as well as raise awareness for the everyday young Australians also living with Parkinson’s.

Fashionista mentor & Co-founder Garland & Garland Fashion

Phoebes has become a passionate supporter of Shake It Up, with a strong desire to remove the stigma associated with Parkinson’s and is proud to be an ambassador on behalf of the Australian fashion industry.

Chief Football Analyst – SBS, ex Australian Footballer

Craig Foster is a respected football commentator, broadcaster and ex-Socceroo. As SBS’s chief football analyst, Craig provides expert opinion and unrivalled insight. Heralding from the Northern Rivers of NSW, Craig was first drawn to Shake It Up after hearing the inspirational story of brothers Clyde and Greg Campbell who also grew up in the Northern Rivers.

Entertainer

International singer of popular music and folk songs, and creator and star of award winning tribute act to Neil Diamond, Peter Byrne is one of Australia’s most talented and versatile entertainers.

Singer / Songwriter

Singer/Songwriter, Amanda Canzurlo, who has long performed under the pseudonym of Bloom, has been gaining acclaim for her smooth deep vocals and her fresh ambient pop sound. In 2019, Bloom will tour the country with her brand new show – The Linda Ronstadt Songbook – celebrating Linda’s rich musical history and the architecture she has left on the music industry as one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time.

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