Meet the Yroswell Street Teamers!

The Yroswell Street Team is comprised of dedicated high school and college students who are passionate about creating a world without cancer! They attend local community events to spread cancer awareness and promote the Yroswell mission. 

Read a few of their stories below and if you are motivated to get involved in the fight against cancer, then you need to join us! Click here to apply for the 2016 Street Team by December 7.

Katherine Finnerty
Nardin Academy
Favorite Event: Live Ribbon Ceremony on Rainbow Bridge
Why I'm a Street Teamer: Yroswell means a lot to me as both my grandma and a close friend have been diagnosed with cancer and have both received quality and loving care from Roswell through such a hard time. It means a lot to be a part of a team fighting back against the disease which has taken so much from so many people and it shows we are all dedicated to creating a world without cancer. Yroswell is a way to give back for all that Roswell has done for so many people and Yroswell is also a way to keep paving the way for new and creative ideas to raise money for critical cancer research.

Carly Chomen
Lancaster High School
Favorite Event: Ride For Roswell because it shows how involved the community is and how we all can come together with a common goal of creating a world without cancer.
Why I'm a Street Teamer: I'm a Street Teamer because I have had family members and friends that have had or have cancer and I hope no one else has to go through seeing their loved ones sick and hurting.



Alexa Sass
Niagara Wheatfield High School
Why I’m a Street Teamer: I am a Street Teamer because of every individual out there that is battling cancer and the story they have. I dream that one day there will be a world without cancer. The Yroswell Street Team helps make this dream a reality as we all work together to make a difference.
Career Goals: My career goal is to impact the lives of others through the dream this team has, even if it’s just one person. Whether it is to give hope to one who’s fighting, fundraise for more research, or protect one’s life from cancer by spreading the word.