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Devon McGoldrick

senior manager, Lance Armstrong Foundation Programs

Devon McGoldrick is the senior manager for the Lance Armstrong Foundation’s Programs team. She creates educational materials and designs programs, specializing in services for young adults affected by cancer. Devon oversees all aspects of the LIVESTRONG at School program in addition to working closely with the LIVESTRONG Young Adult Alliance. Before joining the Lance Armstrong Foundation in 2006, Devon served as the Program Coordinator for NCI Listens and Learns in the Office of Liaison Activities at the National Cancer Institute. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Rochester Institute of Technology and a graduate degree in Public Health from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. The Lance Armstrong Foundation awarded WGBH a grant to develop new resources on cancer and survivorship for parents and teachers, including K-2 classroom lesson plans, and a 16-page family resource booklet (available in English or Spanish). These resources are available online at LIVESTRONG.org. Founded in 1997 by Lance Armstrong, the Foundation’s mission is to inspire and empower people affected by cancer.