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Our volunteer Ambassadors help chordoma patients and families outside the U.S. connect with local resources — and each other. They also help distribute educational materials to medical centers and identify chordoma-experienced doctors in their countries.

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Meet our Ambassadors

We're grateful for their time and dedication to helping us better serve patients and families worldwide.

Join the Ambassador team!

Our Ambassadors are volunteers who serve as a point of contact for a specific country. They connect patients with educational materials, local support systems, and most importantly, each other. They help identify local doctors who treat chordoma for possible inclusion in our doctor directory so that patients have good options for treatment in their own country. Ambassadors can add additional activities based on their interests. We have Ambassadors who set up online support groups, establish partnerships with local organizations, and organize awareness and fundraising activities.

Join the team


Other ways to help

We know chordoma is a solvable problem. How fast it gets solved depends on the contributions of every one of us affected: whether by donating, hosting a fundraiser, or participating in research. There are lots of opportunities for each of us affected by chordoma to fuel research advances that will dramatically improve treatments and outcomes.