After volunteering for many years by serving Open Arms meals and helping with the respite program, Emily joined CURE’s staff in 2020. She and her family were introduced to CURE during her brother Lev’s diagnosis of non-Hodgkins lymphoma in 1985. Emily’s father served on the board after the loss of Lev and Emily always felt a calling to CURE to help patients and families. In her role as Patient and Family Services Manager, Emily coordinates the Open Arms meal program as well as supports all aspects of the patient and family service programs.
Emily and her husband Rob, have three children ages 15-21. In her spare time, Emily is a jewelry designer and loves to create one-of-a-kind accessories.
Emily hopes to bring comfort and nourishment to families during their cancer diagnosis journey. She is honored to be a part of CURE’s mission to conquer childhood cancer.