Bari joined the Children's Cancer & Blood Foundation during 2015. Bari comes to the Foundation with over a decade of development experience in the nonprofit sector. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania and Bachelor of Science in Counseling from Penn State University.
Diana graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2009, majoring in Kinesiology. She completed a graduate certificate in Fundraising and Volunteer Management from Humber College in 2013. Diana joined the CCBF team as an intern in June 2013.
Greg joined the Children's Cancer and Blood Foundation in 2015 as a Development Assistant, then escalating to Development Associate in early 2016, after previously working in Seoul, South Korea in the Private Education sector, orphanages, and refugee NGOs. Prior to his work in South Korea, Greg graduated with a Bachelors of Arts degree from UCLA in 2014. Greg is originally from Los Angeles and Johannesburg, South Africa.
Brandon Tomasso is an alumnus of Brown University, having concentrated in Archaeology and graduated in 2013. He was inspired to join the Children's Cancer and Blood Foundation in 2016 after having cared for his grandfather in the final months of his battle with cancer. Brandon has studied and excavated archaeological sites in Italy, Turkey, Bulgaria, FYROM and Greece. He is also a personal trainer, fencer and Pilates instructor.