Ami Cusack (born January 25, 1973) is a model and barista who was a contestant on Survivor: Vanuatu and Survivor: Micronesia. She is the oldest daughter of Richard and Virginia.
She is the former Charitable Director of Experimental and Applied Sciences (EAS). Richard is a retired Navy seaman, and Virginia, a former substitute English teacher.
When Amanda Todd posted a video on Youtube with the use of flash cards, it seemed like a cry for help.
She told the story of being abused, bullied, harassed, and stalked online and in person.
commonly known as just "Cochran", is the Sole Survivor of Survivor: Caramoan. A superfan of the series, Cochran asked that he be referred to by his last name (acknowledging that Jeff Probst refers to series favorites thus).
In South Pacific, he struggled with his social game as he was frequently berated by his tribe, causing him to betray them at the merge.
In 2005, Zohn began to co-host the Metro Soccer Report (later renamed MSG Soccer Report) on the MSG Network, a weekly show dedicated to New York Red Bulls (formerly Metro Stars) of Major League Soccer.
I don't know if I would put a specific label on any of it. In the mid-late 1990s Cusack appeared regularly as a model in photospreads and on covers for Muscle Media 2000, the muscle magazine published by her then-fiancé Bill Phillips.
I mean, if I met the woman of my dreams and fell in love, I would stay with her, and if I met the man of my dreams and fell in love, I would stay with him. "Bisexual" doesn't really seem to fit me, and "lesbian" doesn't really fit. Cusack also worked for Phillips' sports-nutrition company EAS, initially answering phones, and eventually as Charitable Director which she held until 1998, when Phillips sold the company.
Cusack can be seen in the promotional video entitled Body of Work, which depicts the ten winners of the first ever "Body for Life Challenge" in 1997.
In her first season of Survivor, Cusack was the leader of a majority all-female voting bloc.