Please support Rev. Dr. Pham to help save the lives of blood cancer patients and other patients in need of life-saving stem cell/bone marrow transplants. Please register to be a stem cell/bone marrow donor at join.bethematch.org/RAAM. You can potentially save a human life!
Nils works for the United States Forest Service and has participated in a number of cycling races including Ride the Rockies cycling tours with his father and brother. Two of these Team SuperMarrow family members are patients of Team SuperMarrow Captain A’marrow’ca Lam Do, M.D.
Dang has ridden from Saigon to Hanoi, a 1,200-mile, 14-day bicycle tour fundraising for XDV for educational empowerment programs in 2012, 2014 and 2016. Another trip took place today in February of 2019.
Dzung also completed the Paris-Brest-Paris 1,200k in 2015, long brevets with RUSA, the Texas Stampede 1,000k in 2016, the Gold Rush Randonnée 1,200k in 2017, and the California Central Coast 1,000k in 2018. Dzung also holds the titles of Silver State 508 team relay finisher (2014, 2015, 2016) and is a California Triple Crown Hall of Fame inductee (2017).
Aerospace medicine specialist by profession. – Ultracyclist by passion.
Srini is a rare combination of a highly ambitious person with a grounded approach to execution. He places faith in himself and beats his odds with discipline, devotion and hard work. His wife, Prafulla Srinivas and his son, Rohan are his rocks and lifeline providing him unconditional love and support to pursue his passion.
“We as a team are really excited and wish Team SuperMarrow to successfully finish RAAM 2019 and create awareness about the national bone marrow/stem cell registry for patients in need of a life-saving transplant”, says Srini http://www.teamsrini.com/
Finished Successfully Race Across America 2017 in Solo category and is India’s first Solo RAAM finisher.
Asian American Donor Program
Carol Gillespie’s career with the Asian American Donor Program (AADP) began as one of the first board of directors members back in 1989. Carol helped develop the outreach and development strategy for the nonprofit AADP organization. Through Carol’s leadership, the Asian American Donor Program became the first official Recruitment Group for the National Marrow Donor Program Registry, (now Be The Match) in 1990. In 1992, Carol accepted a full-time position with AADP as its Development Director and then accepted the Executive Director position in 2002. She is constantly looking for new innovative ways in which to reach the Asian American community in order to educate community members about the need for marrow/adult stem cell donation and the actual donation process to help save lives.