Former National Spokespeople
Nicole Edgington was a National Spokesperson and a Board of Director for The Great American NO BULL Challenge from the Organization’s inception in 2011, and remained on the Board until 2018. Nicole’s detrimental experience with being cyberbullied while she was in High School was the driving force behind the creation of The Great American NO BULL Challenge.
Nicole went on to get her Bachelor's Degree in Business and Marketing from Saint Mary's College of California in 2013, and is currently an Event Designer/Producer for Hello! Destination Management. If you were to ask Nicole today, she would tell you that NO BULL changed her life in so many incredible ways, and she is extremely thankful for the opportunity she had to be part of the NO BULL family.
Tyler Gregory serves as a project consultant for the Great American NO BULL Challenge (GANBC). Tyler is a recent graduate of Wright State University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership. He is a Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP) and also serves as Wish Manager for the Dayton, OH Chapter of A Special Wish Foundation, Dayton’s only Wish granting organization since 1983.
Always eager to make a change, Tyler has been an outspoken leader on bullying and suicide prevention, in addition to youth leadership. He has worked with National 4-H and Cartoon Network in developing Cartoon Network’s “Stop Bullying Speak Up” campaign and has been featured on expert panels for Chrysler and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights to discuss the effects of cyberbullying and digital-self-harm.
Tyler has been a guest on the TODAY Show, Steve Harvey Show, WSB-TV’s Being Bullied segment, NBC Learn, Ohio School Boards, Sprigeo Heroes Project, Living Dayton, WHIO, WDTN, Girl Talk Magazine, Family Online Safety Institute, Crisis Prevention Institute, Born This Way Foundation, National Awakenings Magazine, and more.
Cameron Sanford was a National Spokesperson while serving as National Healthy Living Youth Ambassador for National 4-H Council. Prior to his spokesperson title, in 2015 he won the NO BULL People's Choice Vine film and co-directed People's Choice PSA the same year. Cameron traveled across the United States speaking on behalf of No Bull to create awareness for bullying prevention & suicide prevention Cameron dedicated his time to help stop bullying.
Cameron plans to graduate with his bachelors degree in Nonprofit Development & Administration at The University of Memphis in 2019. He currently works as Donor Relations Manager & International Partnerships Liaison for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis. He is responsible for overseeing all fundraising arms of Habitat Memphis.
"The time I spent as a No Bull National Spokesperson was truly humbling! I use what I learned from my NO BULL experience everyday both in my personal and professional life. I learned the importance of standing up for what you believe and most importantly one person can make a difference in the lives of young people. I encourage everyone to be apart of this outstanding organization!"
At age 20, Makaila is a best-selling author of “Blatantly Honest: Normal Teen, Abnormal Life.” In this book, she shares her own story and personal struggles with issues that teens may encounter such as: bullying, body image, sexual assault, peer pressure, and more because of its relevance in today’s digitally-addicted, fast-paced world.
Currently, Makaila is focusing on inspiring and supporting her peers through philanthropic initiatives including: The Great American No Bull Challenge, NOYS, and motivational speaking. She wants to share her message with people, face-to-face instead of solely on paper.
A proud member of the National Speaking Association (NSA), Makaila is available for speaking engagements. She works with the youth, parents, teachers, and corporate America to listen to many of her educational and eye-opening talks. While Makaila is not working, she attends the University of Central Florida and is studying advertising, marketing, and public relations. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta and current Body Image Chair. Despite juggling school, writing, and speaking she still maintains her work as an actress and model with Aura Model Management in New York and Front Model Management in Miami.
When asked about the secret to her resilience and motivation, Mak explains simply, “I want to be successful by using my past experiences and education, but most importantly, I want to be happy.