Light The Night means everything to me. Within the first week of being diagnosed with APL leukemia (sub-type of Acute Myeloid Leukemia), my mother reached out to LLS as a resource for me and they were that and so much more.
Two years after my diagnosis and subsequent remission, I became a team captain for LTN in Rockville. Light The Night is and always has been a night of humility, strength, pride, and remembrance. To see people come together for a cause that is so close to my heart is awe inspiring and a reminder of the how and why I am so proud fo be part of LLS and Light The Night.