Tom Bergeron, TV Host Born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, Mr. Bergeron is a producer and actor, known for Dancing with the Stars (2005), Hollywood Squares (1998) and America’s Funniest Home Videos (1989). He has supported AdMeTech’s mission, with a specific focus on Dance for a Cure of Prostate Cancer, since early 2013.

Barry Bostwick, Hollywood Actor and Prostate Cancer Survivor
Mr. Bostwick is an award winning Broadway, TV and Hollywood actor who is best remembered as Brad Majors in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), Mr. Tyler in the TV sitcom What I Like About You and Mayor Randall Winston in Spin City (1996-2002). He won Broadway’s 1977 Tony Award for Best Actor (Musical) for “The Robber Bridegroom” and was also nominated in the same category in 1972 for “Grease”. In 1976, Mr. Bostwick was nominated as Best Actor (Featured Role – Play) for “They Knew What They Wanted.” As a prostate cancer survivor, he has been a committed and active supporter of the AdMeTech’s mission since 2005.

Massachusetts Senator Stephen Brewer, Senate Chair, Joint Committee on Ways and Means and Prostate Cancer Survivor

Since being elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1988, Senator Brewer has served the citizens of Central and Western Massachusetts. Now representing the second largest Senate district in the Commonwealth, Brewer continues to diligently advocate for the communities he represents while being a statewide leader on fiscal matters facing the entire state. As a prostate cancer survivor, Senator Brewer has served as a Co-Chair and Co-Founder of AdMeTech Foundation’s Annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Day at the State House since 2009.
Massachusetts Senator William Brownberger, Chair, Joint Committee on Public Service
Will Brownsberger is an experienced, independent, progressive Democrat committed to building a future we can believe in, a future that is sustainable — socially, fiscally, economically and environmentally. He joined the Organizing Committee of AdMeTech’s Annual Prostate Cancer Day at the State House in 2012.
Massachusetts Senator Kenneth Donnelly, Chair, Joint Committee on Administration and Regulatory Oversight
State Senator Kenneth Donnelly has served the 4th Middlesex district for many years. He is currently the Senate Chairman of the Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight and the Vice Chairman of the Joint Committee on Children, Families, and Persons with Disabilities. Senator Donnelly publicly described his experience with prostate cancer for the first time at AdMeTech Foundation’s Annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Day at the State House in 2009 and has served as a Co-Chair of this event since 2010.

Massachusetts Treasurer Steven Grossman

In addition to serving as State Treasurer, Steve Grossman is a leading philanthropist. He chairs the Advisory Board of Cambridge College and serves as an advisory board member of the Women’s Lunch Place. He was a founding board member of the Massachusetts Institute for a New Commonwealth (MassINC), a former campaign chair of Combined Jewish Philanthropies, and a founding board member of the Lenny Zakim Fund. He joined the Organizing Committee of AdMeTech’s Annual Prostate Cancer Day at the State House in 2012.

Florence Henderson, Actress

Ms. Henderson is best known for her roles as Carol Brady on the TV sitcom The Brady Bunch from 1969 to 1974 and The Florence Henderson Show (current). From the boards of the Broadway stage to television and the silver screen, Florence Henderson has conquered just about every aspect of entertainment. The multi-talented actress, talk show host, recording artist, author, Broadway veteran, and philanthropist was inducted into the Smithsonian Institute’s first permanent Entertainment History Exhibit as one of the greatest pop cultural icons of all time in Nov. 2008, as well as receiving her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In July of 2012, Florence received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Association of Teaching of Singers. Her enthusiasm, professionalism, commitment to quality and artistry has made Ms. Henderson one of the most respected and endearing performers of our time. She has expressed support for AdMeTech’s work since 2010 and joined the Honorary Committee in early 2013.
Tito Jackson, Boston City Councilor
Mr. Jackson is one of the key civic leaders in Boston, and has been a strong supporter of AdMeTech’s battle against prostate cancer and its impact on African American men since 2010, when he served as a campaign manager for Governor Deval Patrick. He was first elected to the Boston City Council in March of 2011 during a special election. In November of 2013 75% of the electorate once again called upon Councilor Jackson to serve the people of District 7 and to represent them in City Hall. He joined the Organizing Committee of AdMeTech’s Annual Prostate Cancer Day at the State House in 2011.
John Kerry, US Secretary of State and Prostate Cancer Survivor
On February 1, 2013, John Forbes Kerry was sworn in as the 68th Secretary of State of the United States, becoming the first sitting Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman to become Secretary in over a century. Secretary Kerry joined the State Department after 28 years in the United States Senate, the last four as Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. As a prostate cancer survivor, Mr. Kerry has been a dedicated supporter of AdMeTech’s work for over 10 years. He led the introduction and successful passage of the bipartisan US Senate Resolution 493 recognizing prostate cancer as a health care crisis among African American men and calling for an increased national research investment in the advancement of early detection and treatment. He has also been a dedicated champion of AdMeTech-driven legislation, including the $650 million Prostate Research Imaging and Men’s Education (PRIME) Act and $180 million Prostate Cancer Early Detection Research Act.
Nick Kosovich, EMMY Award Winning Choreographer & Coach ABC TV Dancing with the Stars
Mr. Kosovich is a world champion of multiple professional ballroom dance competitions, and has appeared in star studded feature films, including Shall We Dance (2004) and Blue in the Face (1995). He has served as a cast member, coach and choreographer on the ABC TV megahit Dancing with the Stars since 2005, and he received an Emmy Award for his work on this show. Mr. Kosovich joined AdMeTech’s Honorary Committee in 2009, and has made major contributions to the success of AdMeTech’s Dance for a Cure of Prostate Cancer.
Maria Menounos, Host, EXTRA!
Born in Medford, Massachusetts, Ms. Menounos is an actress, journalist, producer and television presenter. She is known in the United States for her appearances as a correspondent for Today, Access Hollywood, and Extra, and abroad for co-hosting the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 in Athens, Greece. She appeared in the ABC TV Dancing with the Stars and joined AdMeTech’s Honorary Committee in early 2013.
Mary Murphy, Judge, FOX TV So You Think You Can Dance
In addition to serving as a Judge on the Fox TV hit So You Think You Can Dance, Ms. Murphy runs her dance studio, the Champion Ballroom Academy, and organizes successful dance competitions, including the Holiday Dance Classic in Las Vegas and Hollywood DanceSport in Los Angeles. She frequently serves as a judge in some of ballroom’s most reputable competitions, including the U.S. National Ballroom Championships. She hosted AdMeTech’s Dance for a Cure of Prostate Cancer at the 2010 Hollywood DanceSport event and joined our Honorary Committee at that time. As a friend of a man stricken by prostate cancer, she is a dedicated supporter of AdMeTech’s programs to advance early detection of prostate cancer.

Massachusetts State Senate President Therese Murray

Senator Murray was elected to represent the Barnstable District in 1992 and became the first woman President of the Massachusetts Senate in March 2007. She is a lifelong advocate of the advancement of breast cancer care. By 2011, she had become a champion of the AdMeTech-driven initiative to recognize prostate cancer as a public health priority comparable to that of breast cancer and to create a Massachusetts model of national leadership in prostate cancer awareness, research and education. In 2013, she authored an article entitled “Prostate Cancer Should be Top Priority, Too.”

Stephen Nemeth, Academy Award Nominated Hollywood Producer
Mr. Nemeth is a Hollywood producer, best known for the cult movie Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) and award-winning feature film The Sessions (2012). His documentary War Dance was nominated in 2007 for an Academy Award. Mr. Nemeth has served as a champion and founding contributor of AdMeTech’s campaign “Where is Manogram®” since 2004.

Massachusetts Governor His Excellency Deval L. Patrick

Governor Patrick is known for his commitment to expanding opportunity and prosperity in Massachusetts. Governor Patrick’s life has charted a path from the South Side of Chicago to the U.S. Justice Department, Fortune 500 boardrooms, and now the Massachusetts State House. Governor Patrick’s Proclamation has recognized AdMeTech’s Annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Day as the Massachusetts Prostate Cancer Awareness Day since 2010.

Bill Rodgers, Marathon Legend and Prostate Cancer Survivor

Mr. Rodgers is the only American to win marathons on every continent around the globe.  His achievements include winning the Boston Marathon and New York Marathon four times each.  Mr. Rodgers has participated in AdMeTech’s Annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Day events in 2013 and 2014 and was also featured in AdMeTech’s Public Service Announcement on CBS/WBZ TV in September, 2014.
Massachusetts Senator Stanley Rosenberg, Senate Majority Leader
Senator Rosenberg is an American politician from Amherst, Massachusetts who serves as majority leader of the Massachusetts Senate. He was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1986 and served as the representative for Amherst and Pelham until 1991 when he won a special election for the State Senate seat. He joined AdMeTech’s Honorary Board in 2013.

Susan Wornick, Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame and FMR. Anchor, WCVB TV

Susan Wornick was named anchor of WCVB-TV’s NewsCenter 5’s noon broadcast in 1989, which became the top-ranked and most watched news program in that time period. Wornick was named a member of Team 5 Investigates, WCVB’s investigative unit, in 2006 and served as Channel 5’s consumer reporter. She has received three regional Emmy Awards and the prestigious Silver Gavel Award from the American Bar Association. In 2013, she was inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame. She joined AdMeTech’s Honorary Board in early 2013 and has served as MC of several key awareness and fundraising events since that time.