Asian Athletes Alliance
Amazin LêThi is a Vietnamese activist and thought leader and from her personal journey of homelessness and passion for sports founded the Amazin LêThi Foundation. She is also a former competitive bodybuilder, entertainment executive, Vietnam’s leading health and fitness expert and first internationally published fitness author. She advised the Obama administration and helped organise the first 'Spirit Day' collaboration with GLAAD and White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders 'Act to Change' in 2016. In 2012, she became the global ambassador for Vietnam Relief Services, and in 2014 the first Asian global ambassador for Athlete Ally.
In 2016, GLAAD named Amazin an LGBTQ activist accelerating equality globally and in 2018 was named recognised for accelerating sports equality by the American National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance along with becoming the first out Asian athlete to appear in the Stonewall UK ‘Rainbow Laces Campaign’. In 2019, listed in the Australian Pride Power List and for the second year listed in the Human Rights Campaign Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month Honours list. She is a board advisor for S.A.F.E: Safe Asylum & Finding Empowerment, Queer Britain Museum, Interim Spaces and London’s Night Czar LGBTQ + Venue Forum Advisory Group.