Introducing the PSK Collective brand ambassadors
Webby Award Winner and Founder and CEO @Pretty Big Movement
Akira is the CEO and Co-Founder of @PrettyBigMovement, the first International Real-Sized/Full-Figured Dance Company, and a Webby Award Celebrity Make-Up Artist Winner (“the Internet’s highest honor”), as well as a dance and creative movement performer and choreographer.
As the CEO of Pretty Big Movement, Akira both manages the company and choreographs the performances, which have been nationwide, from the New York Fashion Week in NYC to NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” to Lane Bryant stores to advertising spots for Week. The highly innovative dance troupe is renowned for full-figured performers specializing in varied dance styles, including hip-hop and jazz. Armstrong’s company profile and number of followers has risen exponentially in recent years.
USA Paralympian, Two-time US Olympic Gold Medalist
Alana Jane Nichols is an American Paralympic wheelchair basketball player and alpine skier. Her Paralympic debut came in 2008 when, as part of the U.S. women's basketball team, she won a Gold Medal in wheelchair basketball at the Beijing games.
Alana is an extraordinarily varied and accomplished athlete, including having participated as a five-time Paralympian (’08, ’10, ’12, ’14, ’16) and a six-time Medalist (3 Gold, 2 Silver, 1 Bronze).
She is also highly accomplished off the field, having served as the President of the Women’s Sports Foundation. She holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Alabama in Kinesiology Studies, the science of human movement, performance, and function.
Former WWE Professional Wrestler, model, actress and former American football player.
Danielle Louise Moinet is an American professional wrestler, model, actress and former American football player. She is best known for her time in WWE under the ring name Summer Rae. Before joining WWE, Moinet played with the Chicago Bliss of the Lingerie Football League.
Her acting credits include a main cast member role on the reality show Total Divas during its second and third seasons. Considered by many fans to be a “WWE legend”, she returned to professional wrestling this past January as a competitor in the much-anticipated Royal Rumble produced by WWE.
BMX Freestyle Cyclist – Two-time World Champion, Three-time World Cup, Gold Medalist at the Pan Am Games, and USA Olympic Silver Medalist
Hannah Roberts is an American BMX freestyle cyclist in a class all to herself. Roberts entered her first BMX competition in 2012. Five years later, she competed at the 2017 FISE World Series in Chengdu, China, becoming the World Champion. Two years later, Roberts won her second BMX World Champion title. She also became the first American to qualify in BMX freestyle cycling for the 2020 Summer Olympics, where she won a Silver Medal for the United States.
USA Olympic Softball Team, Gold Medalist
Jessica Mendoza is currently an American sports broadcaster for ESPN, and a former superstar Softball player, winning a Gold Medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens and a Silver Medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. While at Stanford University, she was a four-time First-Team All-American Outfielder for the Stanford Cardinals, as well as a member of the United States Women's National Softball Team from 2004 – 2010. She has also played professionally in the National Pro Fastpitch League.
American Olympic and Rugby Union Player
Naya Tapper is an American Rugby Union player and Olympian.
She began her rugby career at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she majored in Exercise and Sport Science. Previously, she was an All-American athlete at West Mecklenburg High School.
Tapper made her Rugby Sevens debut at the 2016 Sao Paulo Women’s Sevens. In the same year she was selected to compete at the Women’s Rugby Super Series. She was selected in 2017 to the Women’s Rugby World Cup and played in the 2017 Dubai Sevens Tournament, helping win the Silver Medal. In 2018, she was selected for the Rugby World Cup Sevens.
She has been featured in a People magazine article: “Meet the Incredible Black Female Olympians and Paralympians Vying for Gold at the Tokyo Games”, in conjunction with her membership with Team USA in the 2021 Olympics.
American Artistic Gymnast and Dancer
Sophina DeJesus is an American elite artistic gymnast and a former member of the UCLA Bruins gymnastics team from 2012 through 2016. During her collegiate career, she was a three-time All-American in the Uneven Bars competition.
In 2016, her floor routine went viral on social media, and due to that popularity, DeJesus performed her signature gymnastics achievements on the Ellen DeGeneres show for a second time.
No stranger to broad media and television fame, Sophina has starred in a comedy internet series, TV shows including on Showtime, Freeform, various broadcast TV networks and has been featured in the popular YouTube Rewind Campaign. All of these honors, and her amazing gymnastics competition videos with the UCLA Bruins Team, have made her a powerful Social Media Influencer.
She demonstrated talent and skill at an early age. In both 2005 and 2006, with the hip hop group Mix , she participated in the World Hip Hop International Competitions.
USA Olympic Gold Medalist in Water Polo and Surfing America Two-Time American Champion
Kaleigh Gilchrist, from Newport Beach, California, is a dual sport champion in both Surfing and Water Polo. She competed as a member of the US Women's Olympic Team in the 2016 Summer Olympics, contributing 6 goals on the way to a Gold Medal.
She has also represented the US Surf Team at 5 ISA World Championships, and won back-to-back Surfing America Titles in 2009 and 2010 — crowning her the best 18-and-under female in America. She won another title as the NSSA High School Champion. In 2010, she was the Orange County Register Athlete of the Year.