Become an Ambassador

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Overland Expo Foundation Ambassadors are stellar volunteers that donate their time, energy and expertise to the organization. Ambassadors are the spokespeople for the Foundation and assist with live events, fundraising efforts, contribute a special skill set, and involvement with project partners.

Requirements

  • Your interests align with the Overland Expo Foundation mission and will contribute toward its goals.
  • Can commit to at least 20 hours a year as a volunteer.
  • Have good communication skills and ability to talk with the public in a professional manner.

BENEFITS

  • Custom swag exclusive to Foundation Ambassadors
  • Eligible to attend Overland Expo (via Weekend Pass with Camping) and other events for free.

Volunteer Opportunities

Live Events

  • Setup and Manage the Overland Expo Foundation booth
  • Assist with raffle ticket sales and donation collections
  • Host a presentation / roundtable on behalf of the foundation

Marketing

Overland Expo Foundation is looking for year-round help with social media, content writing, design projects, photography, and videography. 

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Current ambassadors

Nikk Boltz

Helps with: Live events

Hailing from landlocked Colorado, you wouldn’t think that searching for the best beaches would be a pastime for Nikk, but that, along with a passion for craft beer, are huge influences in Nikk’s desire to travel. 

In 2019, he and his wife sold their house and all their possessions, except what would fit in the back of their 2 door Wrangler, and headed south to Costa Rica. What an adventure! Neither of them had ever crossed a border before and the learning curve was steep. 

After living in Costa Rica for 13 months enjoying endless beaches and the 5 minute walk to the local brewery, a job opportunity brought them back to Colorado. As much as Nikk loves Colorado, the itch to travel is strong. A new Jeep was purchased and the rest of the Americas are calling.  This past year, he attended his first Overland Expo as a volunteer at Mountain West, and later as an attendee at Expo West.

Andrew Jackson

Helps With: Social Media

Originally from Indiana, Andrew found his way out West and never looked back. He spent the last few years of his life as an automotive photographer, traveling and capturing photos for companies and private collections. Andrew is involved with both local and national automotive communities and organizations at a professional capacity. This work has led him to be published at both a national and international level.

Andrew enjoys building and facilitating relationships through his love of travel and other interests. Andrew owns a Toyota FJ Cruiser and loves to take it on overland trips with his partner, GG, and German Shepherd puppy, Remi. After living in Utah during his college years, he now resides in Boise, Idaho. He is either planning for his next outdoor adventure or you can find him in his backyard working on his bonsai trees.

Stephen Nielson

Helps With: Systems Administration

Stephen Nielson was introduced to the world of 4-wheeling at the age of ten when he and his dad first went to the Moab Easter Jeep Safari in a bone stock Suzuki Samurai. From then on he was hooked and what started with a desire to conquer the trails of Moab evolved into a fascination with the Utah desert and the strange and wonderful things that can be found hiding there.

He purchased a Samurai of his own in 1999 and immediately started leading his high school 4-Wheel Drive club on trips in the deserts and mountains of Northern Utah. Since then Stephen has racked up tens of thousands of miles leading groups on trails from scenic two tracks to hardcore rock crawling; always driving less common vehicles like an Isuzu Trooper or Nissan Armada.

Stephen is Wilderness First Aid certified, a Tread Lightly! Master Trainer, former board member of the Utah 4-Wheel Drive Association and Utah Shared Access Alliance. He is a licensed HAM radio operator, an award winning amateur photographer, and a passable shade-tree mechanic.