Ambassadors of the Humanitarian
Order of the Southern Cross
The Humanitarian Order of the Southern Cross (OSC) appoints Ambassadors for Children, Humanity and Peace.
The creation of an Ambassador is an acknowledgment of the work that the recipient has achieved in the field of Humanity. Additionally, we ask that the OSC Ambassador promotes the OSC organisation and the work of its members.
A representation of our accomplished OSC Ambassadors:
H.E. Raindi (Sir) Anthony Jackson, KGK OAM, OSC Ambssador for Humanity & Peace
His Excellency is an Author; Martial Arts Master; Founder of the Australian Civilian Volunteer Patrol (Inc)
H.E. Chev. (Sir) Anders Stavhag, GCRLG, OSC Ambassador for Humanity
His Excellency is a great Humanitarian and an accomplished Adventurer and Explorer from Sweden.
Chief Shadow Wolf ‘Michael Harding’, OSC Ambassador for Humanity
Principal Chief of the Thunderbolt Chickamauga Indian Nation
( State Registered Tribe Indiana, USA)
H.E. Chev. (Sir) Daniel Breuiller KCO, OSC Ambassador for Humanity
Chief Warrant Officer of the Gendarmerie, France
President General AECOPSD , Vice President of the I’ADIC
Vice Chairman NATO Memorial Fund
H.E. Chev. (Sir) Jean Claude Carladous KCO, OSC Ambassador for Humanity
Humanitarian; Reserve Major of the French Gendarmerie;
Secretary/Chancellor AECOPSD, France and Treasurer of I’ADIC, the Comores.
H.E. Denise Jachimowicz Coughlin, OSC Ambassador for Children & Peace
Author; Peace Advocate; Founder of the Garden of Light ‘World Peace Project’
H.E. Tanya Willis OSC Ambassador-at-large
Humanitarian; Advocate for the intellectually disabled
Volunteer at NODA (No One Dies Alone)
H.E. Raphael Louis, Hon. D Com. Dev. & Humanities –
OSC Ambassador-at-large; Humanitarian; Canadian Politician
Founder of The Federal Association for the Advancement of Visible Minorities – FAAVM
H.E Faye Moreland OSC Ambassador-at-large
Recipient of the ‘OSC Humanitarian Service award’
Freelance photographer and journalist.
Former civilian director of the US Marine Corps Christmas program.
Charter member and past President of the Mississippi Media Professionals (NFPW)
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