Meet Christi Bieberich
Meet Christina Bieberich – an Ulman Board Member, Key to Keys 2018 alumna, and Clinical Specialist at Genentech, Inc.
What is your connection to the cancer community? Why did you first get involved with Ulman?
My biggest connection is my Grandmother passed away with ovarian cancer. I’ve always had that connection with my family. One my friends an oncology nurse introduced me to Ulman at the Blue Jeans Ball, and that was first exposure to Ulman and getting to know the people.
Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working with Ulman.
The person that motivates me the most is Josh Minton. I met him at Blue Jeans, and he had done Key to Keys the previous year. Then he was on our ride, just to see him and his whole journey, what he’s going through, and how he talks about being a young adult with cancer, that has been my biggest connection.
But also all the people, the Key to Keys team became a second family. I felt this intense connection with this wonderful group of people, especially those who had lost someone or were survivors, it all kind of just opened my eyes to a bit more about the cancer community.
Christi with Josh Minton on the 2018 Key to Keys ride.