Former CEO of Livestrong who remained in the position for 14 years before joining Pelotonia as the company's CEO.
He was a Division I soccer player at Brown University when a tumor was found in a rib in his back. It was the first of three run-ins with cancer he would beat.
He founded the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.
He is a husband and father. He was born in Columbia, Maryland.
He served as CEO for Livestrong, the cancer charity founded by cyclist Lance Armstrong, and helped keep the company running strong during Armstrong's blood-doping scandal.