Justina Mutale, the Founder and CEO of POSITIVE RUNWAY: Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread of HIV/AIDS, has been appointed International Ambassador for the Global Officials of Dignity (G.O.D.) Awards.
Ms Mutale, who was born in Zambia but based in the UK, becomes the International Ambassador for the G.O.D. Awards which honours the greatest humanitarians in the world. The awards giving ceremonies are normally held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, USA.
Ms Mutale’s POSITIVE RUNWAY: Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread of HIV/AIDS is a global HIV/AIDS awareness campaign that tours the world working with models, beauty queens, fashion designers and celebrities.
“Because of your unparalleled contributions to society, we would like to invite you to become one of the International Ambassadors. May your power and influence emanate triumph to the missions and visions of the G.O.D. Awards”, stated Ms Mutale’s letter of appointment signed by the Founder and President of We Care for Humanity, Her Royal Highness Princess Maria Amor Torres, who is the Creator and Chairman of the G.O.D. Awards.
Ms Mutale, who is the African Woman of the Year 2012 said: “I am deeply humbled to receive this prestigious appointment. As a humanitarian, I strongly believe that the human race needs to create a genuine global human family that has shared responsibilities, shared benefits and shared values.”