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