We are proud to head into 2024 with four outstanding additions to the Live Like Lou Board of Trustees:
Kylan dedicated her career to ALS last year, but her connection to ALS runs much deeper. Her incredible mom, Sandy Morris, was diagnosed with ALS in 2018 and became a force in the ALS community, tirelessly advocating for those living with the disease. Sandy and a team of ALS advocates drafted the Morris ALS Principles, prioritizing the patient voice in care, trials, and research. After full-time caregiving and advocating alongside Sandy during her four-year ALS journey, Kylan carries on her mom's legacy in the most beautiful way.
Kylan serves as the Senior Manager for Patient Advocacy with BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics and co-led a team to develop the ALS Clinic Advisor, a tool for people living with ALS and their caregivers to navigate services, trials, and resources.
Read more about Kylan through her bio on our website.
Brian has consulted the financial services industry for more than 30 years. As an adjunct professor at Cornell University, Brian is active in his community, serving on several public and private company boards. A member of Lou Gehrig's Fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, Brian has served in many roles, including Community Service Day Chairman from 1982-84, where he was integral in the Fraternity establishing ALS as its international philanthropic effort in 1984 in honor of Brother Lou Gehrig.
Read more about Brian through his bio on our website.
Jack is a passionate leader and advocate in the ALS community, where he champions ALS advocacy as the co-chair of I AM ALS' legislative affairs committee. Professionally, Jack works in Silicon Valley's tech industry—his career has been centered around marketing technology and has been part of a couple of the Bay Area's fastest-growing startups.
Read more about Jack through his bio on our website.
No stranger to baseball, David is a lifelong fan of the sport and had a career as a business owner and financial advisor before retiring several years ago. As an active and engaged community member, David serves on several nonprofit boards, including the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum, Marian University, and Village Life Outreach Project.
He's the proud father of six with 14 grandchildren and spends the spring traveling the country rooting on the Campbell Camels baseball team, coached by his son, Justin.
Read more about David through his bio on our website.