Our Dynamic Team


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Ann Henegar

Executive Director

Ann is an NC State alumni and the mother of three wonderfully energetic boys. She loves to cook, read, and travel.

If Ann had her choice, she would spend the majority of her free time with her family, relaxing on a sandy beach, while gazing at the crystal clear blue ocean in front of her.

An amazing thing about Ann is that she is on the global stem cell & bone marrow registry. Why? Well, because, she understands how important it is to save someone’s life, if you can.

She also knows how easy it is to be tested and register as a donor. It excites Ann to know the number of people she could potentially help.

Katie Fowler

Campus Coordinator

Katie is a Truman State University alumni and former college athlete. She has spent the past seven years working, as a collegiate strength and conditioning coach, most recently at the University of South Carolina.

As a result, Katie has witnessed firsthand the positive impact college athletes can have on their campuses and communities.

She is thrilled to be a member of an organization that works daily to educate others on how they can help patients suffering from blood cancers and other life-threatening blood conditions.


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Emma Blue

Campus Coordinator - Triangle (NC) area 

Emma is an NC State alumni who has grown up actively participating in the Triangle area. Having been raised in Chapel Hill, attended high school classes through Durham Tech's Career and College Promise program, and spent her undergrad years cheering on the Wolfpack, Emma is proud to be a North Carolinian.

Based on her familiarity with the area, she is excited to be a part of the Project Life Movement team as the Campus Coordinator for the Triangle. As a recent graduate, Emma has a thorough understanding of how college students rise into leadership positions and engage with their local communities. She believes Project Life Movement grants students an easy opportunity to contribute to something larger than themselves by joining the bone marrow and stem cell donor registry.

Emma hopes to not only expand the list of available donors, but help students grow into leadership positions where they can independently understand and communicate why donors are needed and the difference they make