Business Communication 2019 alum Tyler Didra, who is participating with the Baltimore team in the Ulman Foundation's 4K for Cancer run across the United States this summer, has dedicated part of her run to two members of the Business Communication family. On her left leg she wears the name of Chris Noya, much beloved faculty member of the department and the university who passed away from cancer on March 7, 2019. On her right leg, she wears the name of Bryan Read, the son of Business Communication faculty member Chip Rouse. Bryan continues to fight colon cancer.
Tyler wrote, "Today is dedicated to our Stevenson University and Business Communication friends -- Cancer may try to bring us down, but it can never kill our hope or conquer our spirit."
Tyler's run continues as the team approaches Las Vegas June 23, having begun in San Francisco a week earlier. To donate to Tyler's run, you can click here. Stay tuned for more 4K for Cancer updates.