ABOUT

Stingray9798 Raymaker, Ambassador for the American Cancer Society in Second Life has a vision that features ACS as the premier destination experience for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and warriors to find support, answers, education, and resources to help each avatar across the grid.

 

The volunteer structure represents a full team of equals, where each member of the team has a focus on various priorities that make up the complete picture of the American Cancer Society in Second Life.

The Executive Leadership Team provides overall vision and strategic guidance for the American Cancer Society in Second Life. This team develops and executes outreach strategy for the recruitment of new volunteers, new partnerships, new relationships, and new events. This team also advocates on behalf of all teams within the American Cancer Society volunteer structure. They also maintain our Discord Server named "ACS Second Life" and encourage everyone to join up and drop in on the ongoing conversations.

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Stingray9798 Raymaker
Ambassador for ACS in Second Life
@stingray9798#8352

Sting has been working with The American Cancer Society for over a decade and was recently named Ambassador for ACS in SL. Sting is a people person, very creative and understands the power of virtual communities in the real world who support the Society’s global mission of funding cancer research and patient/caregiver services both in and outside of Second Life 

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MamaP Alter
Executive Leadership Team
@MamaP#1775 

MamaP arrived in Second Life over ten years ago and almost immediately became involved with The American Cancer Society. She has served in many capacities including Chair for two years. Together with Trager they have a passion for telling the stories of the many people involved with ACS in Second Life.

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Trager Alter
Executive Leadership Team
@Trager Alter#3296 

Trager has been involved for over a decade in many areas of Second Life including rental community development, live artist venue owner and content creator. But it was not until he became involved with ACS that he found the true outlet for his passion to be creative and to give back in a consequential way.

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