Birmingham Man & Woman of the Year
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The world’s largest organization dedicated to fighting blood cancers, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is a 501c3 non-profit founded in 1949 by parents who lost their son to Leukemia. The Man & Woman of the Year campaign is a 10-week philanthropic competition where leaders in the community come together to make an impact in the fight against cancer in cities across the nation. The winners represent the Boy and Girl of the Year, local children who have survived their battle with cancer.
The Birmingham Man & Woman of the Year campaign has an impressive legacy. Our alumni database consists of over 80 prestigious past candidates, plus hundreds of campaign supporters and local sponsors. In eight years, Man & Woman of the Year in Birmingham has raised over $1.5 million to support the LLS mission.
Kelly Wesley Sydney Rogers, Kelly Wesley Sydney Rogers, Robert Patrick Katie Gulas, Jen Davis, Tara Respinto, Ryan Hicks Tara Respinto, Ryan Hicks Roger McCoy, Dixson Bledsoe, Roger Jr, Cheryl, Tara and Ben McCoy Pete and Sally Cobb, Hoke Sullivan Hope Howard, Kali Nelson, Tanner Rogers, Robert Patrick Madison Murphy, Meghan Chambers Caroline Jenkins, Lochrane Chase Weston Williams, Ellie Martin JR King, Lindsey Noto Avery Slotin, Nichole Tuller Blake Lassiter, Susan McElvy, Sarah and Caine Hill Sarah and Caine Hill Meredith Kahl, Jason Booi Cierra Belser, Reese Cottman Ryan and Caitlyn Burrus Sallie Rhodes, Blake Lassiter Amber Brittain, Julie Moon, Stephanie Lucas JR King, Andrew Brown Paul and Shelle Henderson Whitney and Taylor Henderson Adam and Leesa Green Brad and Lochrane Chase Holly Williams, Emily Baergen Patti Ann Randolf, Kelly and Bobby Patrick Kelly and Bobby Patrick Emily Baergen, Holy Williams, Ellie Martin, Weston Williams, Ann Sears, Rusty Sears, Patti Ann Randolf Kelly Patrick, Patti Ann Randolf