“I want to use my voice to show young people that violence is never the answer and that we can break the cycle by calling out problematic attitudes.” 

ALLAN ALAALATOA 
QANTAS WALLABIES AQUIS BRUMBIES 

At just 23 years old, Wallabies front rowerAllan Alaalatoa, has already established an impressive international career. 

Allan has represented his country in three consecutive World Rugby U20s Championships before debuting for the Qantas Wallabies in 2016 against New Zealand. 

As an Ambassador for The Line, Allan is keen to use his voice to encourage young people to stamp out disrespectful attitudes and behaviours that drive violence against women.  


 

As a young person and a musician in the public eye, I know how tough it can be to navigate real-life situations related to sex, dating and relationships. 

TIA GOSTELOW 

SINGER - SONGWRITER

As one of Australia’s most promising emerging talents, Tia Gostleow has already forged a reputation for creating music with integrity.

At just 18 years old, Tia’s unique sound has seen her recognised by Triple J Unearthed, securing the 2016 Indigenous Initiative and, separately, placing in their Triple J Unearthed High Top 5 finals.

Tia joined as an ambassador for The Line in 2017, and is passionate about using her platform to draw attention to the harmful gender stereotypes that limit young women's potential, particularly within the Australian music industry.


 

Harmful stereotypes have the potential to prevent strong and capable young girls from exploring and pursuing their true interests, talents and passions.

CHELSEA RANDALL (AFLW)

ADELAIDE CROWS FOOTBALL CLUB

When the AFLW first came about, Chelsea Randall jumped at the chance to play the game she loves at the highest level.

Chelsea wants to use her platform to encourage young people to reject the negative stereotypes that stifle their potential.

She feels privileged to have helped pave the way for the next generation of budding female players and to be playing a part in helping bridge the gender divide.


 

Being a good role model is about respecting and supporting women, not controlling or putting them down.

MARCUS BONTEMPELLI (AFL)

WESTERN BULLDOGS FOOTBALL CLUB

At just 21, Western Bulldogs heavyweight, Marcus Bontempelli has already secured his place in the AFL history books. He has a premiership under his belt, was All Australian in 2016 and was named Best First Year Player after his AFL debut in 2014.

Marcus has been an ambassador for national youth campaign, The Line since 2015 and is passionate about leading by example to urge young men to see violence against women as not just a ‘women’s issue’.


 

The women’s league provides young girls with more than 200 women to look up to and empowers more voices to influence change like never before - it’s only going to get better from here.

SABRINA FREDERICK-TRAUB (AFLW)

BRISBANE LIONS FOOTBALL CLUB

Sabrina considers herself fortunate to be able to lend her voice to help prevent violence against women and their children before it starts. Sabrina’s passion for the cause stems from a personal experience, in which some of her close friends were subject to violent circumstances. This has strengthened her determination to effect change and champion gender equality. She believes she has a personal responsibility to stand up as an ambassador for The Line and hopes to inspire those who follow her, to stand with her.