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Brock Yetso

President and Chief Executive Officer

The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults

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The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults

6310 Stevens Forest Road

Columbia, Maryland,21045

United States

Company Description

Based in Howard County, Maryland, the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (UCF) was established in 1997 by Doug Ulman, a three-time cancer survivor who now serves as president of the Lance Armstrong Foundation. The UCF's mission is to enhance lives by supportin... more.

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The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults – Meet Our Team

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Brock Yetso: President and CEO
Supporting the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults from its inception, Brock has evolved from a volunteer, to a board member, and now President & CEO. Unfortunately, Brock was forced to learn about cancer the hard way. By the age of 23 he had a best friend diagnosed with cancer and he and his family lost their mom to colon cancer in March 2000. He has been educating himself and advocating for the disease and young adults affected by the disease ever since. His work has spanned beyond colon cancer and has demonstrated a passion and profession for helping those affected by cancer and issues surrounding advocacy, fundraising and program development. Brock serves on many committees throughout the country and works collaboratively with many local and national organizations. Brock sits on several advisory boards and has participated in the development of county, state, and national public health action plans with a focus on cancer survivorship and young adult issues. He also regularly makes presentations on to a variety of audiences on the key issues affecting young adults and cancer. Brock Yetso graduated from the University of Virginia in 1999 with a BA in Economics. He enjoyed much success both in and out of the classroom. He holds four NCAA appearances, with the Virginia Men's Varsity Soccer Team as well as All-Academic Honors. He served as a captain for two years, elected because of his inherent ability to lead people toward a positive goal. He also had the honor or representing our country with the US Men's National Soccer Team. Since graduation, he played professional soccer with the Maryland Mania, worked as a manager for Abercrombie & Fitch, coached Division I College Soccer and youth soccer and currently spends his free time participating in marathons and triathlons all across the country. He is has finished over 7 marathons including Baltimore, Marine Corps and Boston and has finished multiple Ironman 70.3 races along with Ironman Lake Placid in 2007. Brock Yetso brock@ulmanfund.org 410.964.0202×101 President & CEO My favorite moment at UCF was riding the water taxi with Brock. As I told Brock, this was a true "Baltimore moment" for me, which I greatly appreciated! When Brock encouraged me to join the 4K for Cancer to run across the country, I jumped at the chance. For general inquires or to make a donation please contact Brock Yetso at 410.964.0202 x 101


The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults – Pedaling to Portland

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{STATEMENT} by Ulman Cancer Fund CEO Brock Yetso on the loss of 4K for Cancer Rider Jamie Roberts
{STATEMENT} by Ulman Cancer Fund CEO Brock Yetso on the loss of 4K for Cancer Rider Jamie Roberts {STATEMENT} by Ulman Cancer Fund CEO Brock Yetso on the loss of 4K for Cancer Rider Jamie Roberts Columbia & IG Ulman Cancer Fund acquires Columbia Triathlon and Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon AND re-opens website and registration


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Stephen Oliner, Partner at Hertzbach & Company, P.A. with Brock Yetso, President of The Ulman Cancer Fund.
Stephen Oliner, Partner at Hertzbach & Company, P.A. with Brock Yetso, President of The Ulman Cancer Fund.


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"The doctor's job is focused on diagnosis and treatment; we fill the gap for everything else that surrounds the clinical part, so a young person with cancer feels supported and has the opportunity to connect with others who are going through the same thing," said Brock Yetso, president and CEO of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.
Those on a mission to "get back to living" following their diagnosis and treatment might opt to participate in the organization's "Cancer to 5K" program, which brings a group together to train and ultimately cross a different kind of finish line, as a team. Then there are programs like "Help Others Fight," which unites cancer survivors, their family members and the community at large to lend helping hands with everyday tasks that may suddenly seem daunting when you are fighting cancer. "We organize groups of volunteers to come together to do yard work, prepare meals, put up holiday lights, or whatever else the person that is being treated for cancer, needs," said Yetso. "These are passionate people who, in many cases, understand what it's like to be going through cancer treatment, and they want to help." Yetso and his team are interested in making new connections with local physicians who care for cancer patients, in building awareness about the services offered by Ulman, and finding out how local patients can take advantage of them. "We want doctors to know more about what we do, so they can refer their patients to us for support," said Yetso.


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Brock Yetso
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