Hello! A little about me, grown up and raised in a small town outside of Columbus, Ohio and attend The Ohio State University Exercise Science. Being introduced into triathlon, I started to fall in love in cycling and all that it had to offer. Soon after getting into this new addiction, my great-aunt discovered she had stage 2 breast cancer. It was a long and tough to see how this affected her personality and her smile. Through time and interaction with family, she pressed on and didn't let it effect who she was and brightens us every way possible.
I am going to cycle along with other young adults across America for those young adults and others effected by cancer and to let them know that there are others supporting them every mile. Cancer has touched everyone's lives in someway and the Ulman Foundation is here to support those young adults and others through their journeys. Help me contribute to the cause and make a difference!
Each year more than 72,000 young adults are diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Young adults (ages 15-39) face a variety of unique challenges with a cancer diagnosis including social isolation, fertility preservation, insurance concerns, delayed diagnosis, and survivorship.
The Ulman Foundation changes lives by creating a community of support for young adults, and their loved ones, impacted by cancer. With your support, Ulman is able to provide free services and resources for the young adult cancer community through programs that focus on patient support services, housing, survivorship, and scholarship. Learn more about young adult cancer and our impact here.