Founder, CEO & Director of Advertising/Communications/Social Media
“I will never forget the feelings of despair and hopelessness as the doctors prepared us for the worst after Karson’s first surgery. As a parent there are no words to describe your fear and sense of impotence when you are told that your child has cancer and might not survive; that there is no cure and not enough research has been done to know which therapy might be best. There are still times when I wake up in a cold sweat, frantic – with all of those same feelings coming to the forefront of my mind and trying to suffocate me. I run to check on Karson – actually, who am I kidding, I have such anxiety when I am not sleeping next to him at night that I rarely don’t; when I see him sleeping peacefully, I remember he is ok, he is blessed, and there is hope. By the grace of God, Karson is cancer free. He is a healthy, active, beautifully average boy – but what if it comes back? What about all the other children and families fighting? What about the 800 children that are diagnosed with this disease each year? These are too many questions that can’t be answered. Strength is in numbers my friends, and together, we can beat this; we CAN make miracles happen. WE WILL NEVER GIVE UP!” ~ Holly
Holly LaBombard-Hull’s name is synonymous with energy and efficiency. If there is a goal that needs to be accomplished, she is the person to do it! Holly has been an educator/administrator for more than 11 years. She began her career in education at Clinton Community College as an Adjunct Faculty Member while she was finishing her Master’s Degree and on the heels of the birth of her second child. Holly holds a Baccalaureate Degree in Mathematics and a Master’s in Teaching. After teaching for five years and welcoming her 3rd child, she felt that yearning for more and pursued her C.A.S. in district and building level administration. Holly has certifications in Mathematics, Special Education and School & District Wide Leadership. Holly brings with her to this position over 4 years’ worth of leadership experience coordinating special education programming, curriculum, and faculty.
Holly is not afraid of hard work; she is passionate, energetic and persistent. Holly is driven by strong and deep compassion and empathy for others, especially those most vulnerable among us who deserve our attention and understanding. She has been fortunate to work with inspiring students, educators, leaders and mentors who have helped her continue to grow as an individual as well as a caring, responsible educator and leader in her community. Holly is excited to bring all she has learned into this new venture and lead this amazing team of individuals to a rewarding outcome - a cure/s for children with Neuroblastoma.
Holly’s children are her world. When not in school or at one of the children’s sporting events, you will find this family near the water (weather permitting) – regardless of the location (the river, the lake or the ocean), you’ll find them all together.