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Executive Director Transition for 24 Hours of Booty

To my 24 Hours of Booty family,

Basil and kidsFor the past six years I have had the honor and privilege of leading a community that is making incredible strides on behalf of the cancer community. We often refer to the 24 Hours of Booty family, because that’s what it feels like – a close-knit community that rallies around each other and the community year after year, raising millions of dollars to impact thousands of cancer survivors.

It is with deep gratitude that I share with you, my 24 Hours of Booty family, that I have accepted a position to become CEO of The Ability Experience. I have been involved with this organization since college and spent the first nine years of my career serving its mission. It is an organization that has impacted me deeply and I look forward to impacting other college students in the same way, while having more time in Charlotte with my family.

I am excited about the future of 24 Hours of Booty because of your commitment and passion. Our riders, sponsors and volunteers – the 24 Hours of Booty family – continue to raise the bar each and every year. I know it isn’t easy to balance everything with family, work and all the other commitments life brings, but you do, and this is what truly makes 24 Hours of Booty great.

While leaving is bittersweet, I know the best is yet to come for 24 Hours of Booty. We have a board focused on the strategic direction of the organization. The staff is easily the most dedicated group of people I have worked with during my career. The passion they have for the mission and success of the organization is unparalleled.

I am so thankful for the opportunities I was given at 24 Hours of Booty. I have been so deeply impacted by the friendships I made, the survivors I met and by the passion all of you bring to this community. While my last day with 24 Hours of Booty will be Wednesday, March 18, I will continue to do whatever I can to fight this terrible disease. I look forward to riding alongside you this summer!

All my best,

Basil

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3 Comments

  1. Jay Gallagher
    Posted March 11, 2015 at 3:40 pm | Permalink

    Basil, thank you for the hard work you’ve put in over the years to make the 24HOB a great success. I know that dealing with some of us, myself particularly, can be like herding cats! You do it incredibly well!

    Best of luck at the new Gig, and hopefully, you won’t be a stranger at the Charlotte ride!

    Thanks for being a big reason why the event has been so special!

  2. Kerry Grinkmeyer
    Posted March 16, 2015 at 1:40 pm | Permalink

    Basil, thank you for reaching out to my family and helping us in keeping Shay’s memory alive. Although our acquaintance was short it will be memorable. Good luck in your new venture and keep your family close and make every day a memory.

    Kerry

  3. vaughn Arthur
    Posted March 17, 2015 at 7:00 pm | Permalink

    Basil, thanks so much for all you have done for the Booty family. You are part of why it is a family of great people working for a great cause. Make sure to keep in touch.

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