Love You is honoured to introduce you to our amazing Ambassadors who proudly support our philosophy and values.

Yvonne Sampson

Yvonne Sampson is smart, sophisticated and loves her rugby league. She started her media career on the Sunshine Coast with Seven Local News. During her time with the network, Yvonne was rapidly becoming a highly trusted sports presenter and reporter. Upon leaving in 2010, Yvonne joined Sky News Australia in Sydney for 2 years. However, in 2012, the lure of returning to QLD was too good when she joined Nine Network. In 2013, she started hosting rugby league games in Queensland.

2014 saw Yvonne return to Sydney to take a more active role within the Wide World of Sports program. Shortly after her return she was elevated to one with an increased coverage of sport for Nine News Sydney, hosting Nine’s Friday Night Football and a regular sideline commentator for Nine’s rugby league coverage.

In 2015, Yvonne hosted Footy Classified NRL Finals, which was the springboard for her progression to hosting the Sunday Footy Show. To cap off her outstanding achievements, Yvonne became the first female to spearhead the coverage of Nine’s State of Origin series.

In 2017, Yvonne has made the move to Fox Sports where she is spearheading FOX SPORTS’ coverage of NRL as the face of the new FOX LEAGUE channel. Yvonne will host Thursday Night League, Super Saturday and the all-new weekly entertainment show, League Life.

Prue McSween

Prue started her television career at TNQ 7 Townsville, where she was a news reporter and newsreader. She also hosted her own live daily children’s show and weekly women’s program. Prue was spotted by Channel Nine Sydney Executive News Director, Gerald Stone and offered a job as a reporter for Nine’s Sydney news She also read daytime news headlines.Prue was then asked to join Nine’s Melbourne daytime current affairs show, No Man’s Land, where she was one of the all-female reporting team.

She then moved to Channel Nine Perth and four years later, moved to Melbourne as a reporter for Southdown Press magazines.   After five years, she was transferred to Sydney to run TV Week as NSW Editor. Prue took over from Stan Zemanek’ radio show on 2UE and is now a regular commentator on Radio 2GB as a Deplorable.

A former regular panelist on Beauty And The Beast, Prue appeared on Celebrity Come Dine With Me, Celebrity Apprentice and is a weekly social commentator on A Current Affair, Today Extra and Sunrise. Prue authored Carlotta’s biography, “I’m Not That Kind Of Girl”, which was a best-seller.

Prue heads her own communications company, Verve Communications, marketing some of the world’s top brands.

Susie Burrell

Susie Burrell is one of Australia’s leading dietitians, known for her extensive background in both nutrition and psychology and for her practical, easy to understand approach to diet, nutrition and wellbeing.

Susie is currently the resident dietitian on Channel’s 7’s SUNRISE and has a weekly radio segment on the top rating 2GB Afternoon Program with Chris Smith. Susie has a weekly column on  and runs the online weight loss program – She has written 3 books, including Losing the Last 5kg and specialises in performance based nutrition.

Currently Susie is also completing a Master’s Degree in Coaching Psychology at Sydney University. She loves going on long walks around Sydney and is kept pretty busy with her twin boys, Gus & Harry.

Dr Janine Clarke

Janine Clarke PhD
Clinical Psychologist @ Mend Psychology and The Sydney ACT Centre

Mental Health Researcher @ Black Dog Institute

Janine is passionate about working with people to help them live fuller, more vital and more meaningful lives.  Janine started her  career over 20 years ago as an academic and spent years researching the psychological factors that impact people’s management of diabetes.  At Sydney’s Black Dog Institute she continues to research novel mental health treatments for people with comorbid physical and mental health problems, taking advantage of digital technologies including web- and app-based tools.  This research has led to numerous publications in scientific journals and exciting international research collaborations.

For the past seven years Janine has complemented her research with clinical work in private practice.  She feels extremely privileged and humbled to work with people when they are at their most vulnerable, including those struggling with mood and anxiety-related problems, workplace stress, relationship issues, grief, sleep problems, parenting challenges, and the demands of chronic and complex medical conditions (including diabetes, cancer and HIV).  Trained extensively in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), she is dedicated to helping her clients take steps towards who and what matters to them, deep in their hearts.

Mieke Buchan

Mieke Buchan is a chatterbox. She’s the first to admit it, but luckily, she’s also a pretty good listener.
This talking-listening combo turned into a 20 year (and counting) media career that has taken her, quite literally, all over the world (and made her passport very colourful).

A television presenter for American, Australian, European and Asian networks, she has now added ‘AM talkback radio host’ to the list of gigs that are apparently considered ‘work’, chatting it up on the Talking Lifestyle stations (previously 2UE & co). ‘Mieks’ is also an outrageously honest columnist and confidence-boosting media trainer.

In the Sports TV arena, Mieke has reported from the sidelines of 5 Super Bowls, the grandstands of tennis tournaments, the pits of Nascar, the greens of celebrity golf events (Justin Timberlake can PLAY!) and the tarmacs of the Red Bull Air Race World Series. Her programs have been seen on FOX Sports, Tennis Channel and ESPN in America. In Australia she’s co-hosted panel chat program Clubhouse on Seven Mate with Bill Woods, anchored the weekend edition of SBS’ World Sports and worked with soccer legends Les Murray and Johnny Warren on the the Korea-Japan World Cup, the World Game and On the Ball.

Mieke’s mantra is – jump off the cliff and build your wings on the way down (in this case, metaphorically.)