Our Team

Triumph Ambassadors
2019 Annual Ambassador Conference Training
Bio

The heroes of Triumph Foundation are our 80 Triumph Ambassadors, who are professionally trained peer mentors who have experienced a life-shattering incident of their own.  Triumph sends its Ambassadors into hospitals to visit the newly injured to deliver Care Baskets and lead Support Groups that meet regularly at hospitals and meeting venues throughout Southern California to provide ongoing mentorship.

As healthcare changes, rehabilitation stays are getting shorter.  People are being sent home without enough time to mentally cope with this trauma and are lacking necessary skills to be independent.  Triumph Ambassadors understand the struggles people are going through after spina...

The heroes of Triumph Foundation are our 80 Triumph Ambassadors, who are professionally trained peer mentors who have experienced a life-shattering incident of their own.  Triumph sends its Ambassadors into hospitals to visit the newly injured to deliver Care Baskets and lead Support Groups that meet regularly at hospitals and meeting venues throughout Southern California to provide ongoing mentorship.

As healthcare changes, rehabilitation stays are getting shorter.  People are being sent home without enough time to mentally cope with this trauma and are lacking necessary skills to be independent.  Triumph Ambassadors understand the struggles people are going through after spinal cord injury, they are there during the acute hospital phase, and upon discharge as a life-long support network to help people successfully adjust to life at home and reintegrate back into the community.  We are the continuum of care.

Randi Wyatt-Billings
Events & Volunteer Coordinator
Walter Escamilla
Ambassador & Handcycle Coordinator