Looks like the man with the golden food David Beckham is making his mark in Asia as he puts his efforts with AIA to help more people to live healthier, longer, better lives. He's connecting with health and wellness ambassadors from Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines through the AIA Regional Ambassador Programme and start driving more individuals to their platform.
There will be different activities aimed to impriove their physical and mental well being and do this here and in other AIA markets across the globe so more of us could attain their goals beyond 2021. David says "I’m excited to get involved with the Regional Ambassador Programme for AIA. This will make it possible for me to share my own personal health and wellness journey even during the pandemic. Through these diverse voices across the region, we could bring more relevant content for people in Asia to drive small changes that can impact their well-being. I’m inspired by these guys and AIA’s commitment."
Aside from David, ambassadors include Jeremy Pang a UK Celebrity Chef, Anton Blackwood the Tottenham Hotspur Football Coach, Shannon Moloney the Tottenham Hotspur Football Coach, Malaysia's Nicol David a Former World Squash Champion, New Zealand's Dame Valerie Adams a World Champion for Women’s Shot put, Ian Jones the Former All Black Rugby Legend, Jess Quinn a Model, Health and Wellness advocate, Australia's Shane Crawford an AFL Legend, Laura Henshaw who is the Keep It Cleaner co-founder, and the Philippines very own AIA Philam Life ambassadors Anton Del Rosario, Solenn Heussaff-Bolzico, Nico Bolzico, Wil Dasovich, and Raymond Gutierrez. They will be joining David Beckham and the other regional ambassadors across the region.
If you want to check out the programme, visit the AIA Healthy Living YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/aiahealthyliving and see the video for “Finding Hope and Ways to Cope Through the Pandemic”.