Sam is a college student in Georgia who loves helping people and playing video games. Inspired by “Zeldathon,” Sam decided to organize a gaming marathon benefiting No Worries Now. The result was “Super Marathon 64,” a hugely successful fundraiser during which Sam and his friends live-stream their play of Nintendo 64 games to their website, www.supermarathon64.net, 24 hours a day for a week at a time. Each marathon involves players celebrating fundraising milestones by doing things like shaving their heads or dying their hair pink — both of which Sam has done for No Worries Now’s benefit. Each fundraiser has raised thousands of dollars for No Worries Now.
Jordan is a student at Pepperdine University studying management and anticipates attending medical school after Pepperdine. He is a staff research associate in the department of Radiation and Oncology and oversees a variety of clinical trials. Prior to working in Radiation Oncology, he served as the lab manager in the Neuroplasticity and Repair Laboratory at the David Geffen School of Medicine. Jordan is a coauthor on multiple research publications focusing on patients that have been diagnosed with cervical spondylotic myelopathy or lumbar spinal stenosis. He speaks Spanish proficiently and has a strong interest and enthusiasm for helping others through the medical profession.