Spokesman & Founding Partner
Pitch for a Cure - Sophomore Medical Student
A picture of health. Connor's support network and family are strong and World renowned, yet his personal triumph and successful transition to self administration and management of his diabetes remains an hour-by-hour and moment-by-moment challenge. It's a constant awareness, mental and grueling marathon that takes both a personal discipline and self awareness that face juveniles His parents, brother and sister and their extended family have been blessed with seeing and working with a person who is capable of mastering first his diabetes management; and then to the general and all too familiar challenges of everyday life.
Taking into account Connor's energy, Lifelong learning, track record and understanding his inherent gifts to care for and inspire others to take over their own mastery of their diabetes and taking into effective control their own lives. Pitch for a Cure, founded by Conner's father and to which Conner has served as, spokesperson, role-model and active community advocate have remained a constant presence.
The medical field is something that any insulin injecting diabetic can attest; the comfort level with phlebotomy, inherent understanding of dietary connectivity to over all health and the importance of regimented, consistent exercise and self monitoring; all lend themselves to medical field. As Connor pursues his medical accreditation, his work with Pitch for a Cure continues and has shifted towards technology, media and development of TeleHealth support systems to aid families throughout the World through education, advocacy and the innovative use of technology.
Samuel Babson "Sam" Fuld is an American professional baseball outfielder who is a free agent. Fuld was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 10.
Height: 5′ 10″
Salary: 1.925 million USD (2016)
Founder & CEO
Robert Dromerhauser is the founder of Pitch For a Cure, (“PFAC”), and was inspired to help youngsters afflicted with juvenile diabetes after his son Connor was diagnosed. More information is available at www.pitchforacure.org. Mr. Dromerhauser is also the Executive Producer of the just released movie Henry & Me, an animation about how a young boy battling illness is taken on a magical adventure by a stranger named Henry. On their journey, the boy meets New York Yankee legends, both past and present, who gave him lessons about baseball and life. Mr. Dromerhauser operated baseball and sports camps from 1991 and in 2000 established American Sports Academy LLC. Mr. Dromerhauser was appointed a Director of Treasury International Inc. in April 2002 when it acquired American Sports Academy, LLC. and was a Director of American Sports History Inc. from 1999 until 2003 and served as its President and Chief Executive Officer from 2002 until 2003. Mr. Dromerhauser oversaw the general operations with responsibility for management along with for securing advertisers, creating relationships with professional and amateur sports associations (active and retired), and assisting in the securing of access to licensed media for incorporation in American Sports History Inc.'s content portfolio. Mr. Dromerhauser was a professional baseball player in the Baltimore Orioles system between 1985 and 1986 and was the bullpen catcher for the New York Mets from 1987 through 1991. Mr. Dromerhauser caught seven Cy Young Award Pitchers during his career. In June 2013, he was honored as "Father of the Year" by the American Diabetes Association.