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Become an ASEEL Ambassador

ASEEL ambassadors are public figures within our community that want to help us create 10,000 jobs in Afghanistan. Ambassadors support ASEEL by spreading the word about our mission and getting people to purchase ASEEL products or engage with us in other areas. We love our ambassadors, and they are part of a team made up of members all over the world.

Perks

Discounts

Discount on products (Special coupon code)


Gifts

7 Aseel hoodies for a Giveaway and other seasonal gifts


Free Product Development

Free product development, sourcing, and technical support for creation of brands and custom handmade products


Tickets, Travel Sponsorship

Tickets, travel sponsorship for product stories, Aseel events


Feature

Feature on our social media pages and website and connect, go live, and engage with all other ambassadors


Responsibilities

Engage

Engage with Aseel and other Ambassadors on Social Media


Share

Share the Aseel mission and brand in your community


Support

Support the Aseel team in getting more sales (i.e. create more jobs)


Participate

Participate in Aseel Ambassadors’ fun monthly call on how to creatively support Aseel


Promote

Promote job creation and poverty alleviation in Afghanistan and beyond


Requirements

Be Active

Be active on multiple platforms of Social Media


Be Public

Have a Public Profile (IG, FB, Twitter)


Be Passionate

Be genuinely passionate about beautiful handmade products and making an impact


Age

At least 16 years old


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Have questions?

Check out our FAQ on the ambassadors program!

Meet our Ambassadors

Faraidoon Nayebkhail

Nayeb is a Cybersecurity Engineer and an Afghan visual artist based in Washington D.C. Born and raised in Afghanistan, Nayeb pursued higher education (Ms. In Cybersecurity and Bs. In International relations) in the united states.

Ellaha Sharifi

Ellaha is a Product Manager, working at the intersection of business and technology. She is passionate about resolving global problems using technology. She is also the founder of the Afghan Pioneer Society (APS), a youth mentorship program that aims to connect trailblazers to mentors in their field.

Mahjabin Bahadori

Mahjabin was born in Afghanistan and living in Australia. She is a visual artist and working in Department of Education in Victoria. She has done a bachelor in Fine arts and diploma in community services and currently studies bachelor of Arts/Masters of teaching