Based in New York City and London, our dedicated team is working to fulfill our mission of ending HPV and anal cancer!
Nicoletta graduated from University College of London with a MSc in Social and Cultural Anthropology after completing her Bachelor’s degree from Long Island University’s Global College, where she lived in Latin America, East Asia, and Europe. Nicoletta has been working in aviation in her hometown of New York City since 2012, where she continues to pursue her love for travel in addition to promoting philanthropic causes through cancer research, mentoring and other passions. A Board Member since inception, Nicoletta is enthusiastic about supporting the Foundation to eternalize Paulette Crowther’s legacy and to help eradicate a virus which affects the global population.
Jesper Bo Hansen
Tristan co-founded the Foundation with his two siblings after Paulette, his mother, passed away from Stage IV HPV-related anal cancer in 2010. In 2013, he created the NOMAN is an Island: Race to End HPV campaign which challenges athletes to push themselves to limits in pursuit of ending HPV, the causal agent of 5% of all cancers. Tristan has done his share of suffering for the cause — rowing across the Mediterranean in 2013 and cycling the Trois Etapes Giro d’Italia and Tour Pro-Am in 2014&2015, and has helped NOMAN raise over $2.5 million in the process. After working as a portfolio manager at Clive Capital in London, UK, Tristan co-founded Taurosso Capital, a commodity derivatives hedge fund. Tristan graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in Physics. Paulette was sublime, loving and graceful in even the darkest of moments. Thinking of her helps him remember what really matters!
Camille Almada received her BA from Long Island University’s Global College in 2009. She studied environmental studies and anthropology in Spain, Costa Rica, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, Thailand, India and Turkey. She started the Foundation with her two siblings Justine and Tristan. She returned to school to receive her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing after being a primary caregiver for her mother. She currently works as a registered nurse at Mount Sinai.
The Foundation thanks Hughes Hubbard & Reed, LLP for all of their guidance and support.
The Foundation thanks Stacey Billups, Allegra Crowther, Julia Dantchev, Yiling Loera and Deirdre Newman for generously supporting our organization with their graphic design and programming skills.