EVP of Creative Stephanie McMahon appears in front of the 92nd Street Y in New York. On Saturday, WWE announced its partnership with Nothing But Nets, a campaign to save lives by preventing malaria. WWE Divas Layla and Alicia Fox were on hand at the Social Good Summit to speak about the alliance with the United Nations Foundation’s global, grassroots cause. The Divas get to know Mozzie the Mosquito, the official mascot of the Nothing But Nets campaign. Stephanie McMahon sits down for a chat with Elizabeth Gore, Vice President of Global Partnerships for the United Nations Foundation. The Q&A is streamed live online in more than 100 countries and translated into six languages. "We are very excited to join WWE in this special partnership," says Gore, who adds that they want to eliminate malaria in Africa by 2015. The UN Foundation created the Nothing But Nets campaign in 2006 to allow anyone to join the fight by donating $10 to send a net to save a life from malaria. "We have an incredibly powerful voice, with over 115 million social media followers, and we want to use that voice to give back to the community," Stephanie McMahon says. "I’m proud to once in my life say ’I’m a buzzkill,’ " Layla tells the crowd to big cheers. Alicia says the WWE Divas "look forward to stomping out malaria." The Divas will visit Africa in the upcoming year to distribute bed nets and draw more attention to this important issue. "It’s very easy to save a life, and we realize that today," says Stephanie McMahon. "$10 saves a life." Gore of the UN Foundation says it’s her hope that Mozzie the Mosquito gets beat down at WWE arenas all over the world. Here, the two former Divas Champions do their part in the fight.