Charity Funds Survivorship
Programs To Help Cancer Survivors Live Healthier Lives
Fairfield, CT - The CT Challenge has named Lee Reynolds Crouch to the position
of Director of Development following an extensive search.
“We are very fortunate to have Lee
join our CT Challenge team,” said Bob Mazzone, Chief Operating Officer. “She is a skilled professional and
development position, but as we rapidly expand the programs we offer to cancer
survivors, both at the Center for Survivorship and across the region,
increasing support from individuals, families, foundations and corporations
will be critical to our success. We are
looking forward to working with Lee as she carries the mission and the needs of
the Connecticut Challenge to the donor community.”
Lee brings expertise from a 30-year
sales and marketing career in healthcare and financial services to her role as
Director of Development.
“I am looking forward to expanding
the Development function at the CT Challenge.
As the daughter of a cancer survivor, it is inspiring to see the
resources the CT Challenge and its new Center for Survivorship are providing
for cancer survivors, so that they can begin to live healthier, happier and
TheCT Challenge is a not-for-profit public charity founded in 2005 by cancer survivor Jeffrey Keith of Fairfield and a friend, John Ragland of Westport, that provides wellness programs for cancer survivors and their loved ones at
the CT Challenge Center for Survivorship in Fairfield, and helps to fund unique survivorship programs at hospitals throughout Connecticut, who are members of
the CT Challenge Survivorship Network.
The Center for Survivorship opened in October 2012 and is the first of its kind in
the nation, a standalone survivorship program that empowers cancer survivors to
live healthier lives through evidence based programs in exercise, nutrition and
The CT Challenge website at www.ctchallenge.org is a global resource for cancer survivors, where they can learn about key survivorship issues and find resources that can help.
CT Challenge programs are funded through private donations and charitable events, including the Annual CT Challenge Bike Ride, now in its 9th year. Since 2005, the CT Challenge has raised over $9 million to fund programs for cancer survivors.
Lee can be reached at 475-282-2013 or via email at email@example.com