Jemma Cabral is a two time cancer survivor of Stage III Hodgkin's Lymphoma and works at Imerman Angels as the Programs Manager. She manages our 1-on-1 cancer support program to ensure that every cancer fighter, survivor, and caregiver gets the best help possible from our service.
Jemma has worked in the accounting and finance industry for companies such as SallieMae, GBC, AT&T, and Walgreens. An autologous stem cell transplant, performed in 2003, allowed her to live cancer free. Subsequently, Jemma began volunteering for the American Cancer Society and their signature event, Relay For Life. In 2009, Jemma accomplished a personal goal to attend 25 Relay For Life events for its 25th Anniversary (she actually attended 30 that year). In recognition of this accomplishment, was presented with an award in advocacy and her photo on the cover of the Relay For Life 2010 national calendar. She has also been involved with their sister organization ACS CAN where she volunteered as the Advocacy Chair for her region. Jemma is also involved with one of our partner organizations, First Descents, where she is known as "Mojito". Through their programs she has fallen in love with kayaking and has been a Team FD athlete participating in two half marathons and two sprint distance triathlons.
Aaron Hadley is the Imerman Angels Director of Operations. He has been involved in non-profit management since realizing his childhood dream of directing a summer camp, which he compares to being the mayor of a small city, "except with song-sessions and s'mores." Additionally, Aaron worked in business consulting and commercial real estate. Trained in strategy, facilitation, and leadership, he enjoys applying lessons learned from his previous experiences to his work at Imerman Angels. Aaron is a proud graduate of The University of Arizona, serves on the boards of B'nai B'rith Beber Camp, Friends of Camp Wildcat, and the American Camp Association and is an avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Krystal first became a part of the Imerman Angels community as a support seeker during her battle with Peritoneal Mesothelioma. As a support seeker she was connected with a Mentor Angel and six months later was able to become a Mentor herself.
Krystal’s professional background is primarily in the fashion industry having graduated from The Illinois Institute of Art-Schaumburg with a Bachelors of Arts degree concentrating in Fashion Marketing & Management. Much of her work experience has been in the creative side of fashion world working in visual merchandising, fashion show production, and fashion design. Imerman Angels is proud to have her creativity, work-ethic, and experience as part of the team.
Kim began working at Imerman Angels in January, 2013. She is a two-time cancer survivor and began volunteering with Imerman Angels as a Mentor Angel in 2007.
She graduated from East Carolina University with a major in Psychology and minor in Journalism.
Her professional background encompasses business development and marketing roles within the Hospitality Industry including hotels, convention centers and convention and visitor bureaus.
She has been very active in various professional organizations related to the hospitality industry where she served on many committees and boards. After being diagnosed with heart disease in 2005, she became active in the American Heart Association and Go Red for Women.
She enjoys staying super active and going to the gym frequently.