Ronny serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for JAF. In addition to this role and financial contributions, she supports JAF through her organizational leadership and people management background/tools.
Currently, Ronny is Vice President of Human Resources for a fast- growing bio-technology company focused on bringing new therapies to patients in oncology and ultra-rare immune-deficiency disease who have no options.
Get to Know Ronny
What drove you to become a supporter of the Joe Andruzzi Foundation?
Ten years ago, I led Patient Advocacy for a leading bio-tech oncology company and was one of the first significant corporate sponsors of JAF. When I left the company, I joined the Board and added my additional perspective as a cancer survivor.
What is your favorite thing about being a JAF Board Member?
To see the tangible, grassroots benefits the Foundation brings to patients and families facing cancer amidst financial hardship.
List a “fun fact” about yourself that others may be surprised to learn.
My mother was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement in the South and I joined her (being pulled in a red wagon).