BBA’s Take on Texas 4000

Texas 4000 for Cancer is the longest annual charity bicycle ride in the world, starting in Austin, TX and ending in Anchorage, AK over a 70-day period. Every year a group of about 90 University of Texas students are accepted to participate in the ride. Each rider is expected to raise a minimum of $4,500 (a dollar per mile) to contribute toward Texas 4000’s overall fundraising efforts, which are donated to M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and the UT Biomedical Engineering Department. To date, Texas 4000 has donated over $4 million to the cause. This year we have 10 Texas BBA students participating in Texas 4000. Visit their rider profiles to learn more about why they’re riding for the cause!

Jawaid Ali
Hometown: Sugar Land, TX
Major: MIS

Nancy Bonds
Hometown: Fort Worth, TX
Major: Finance

Josh Hernandez
Hometown: Cedar Park, TX
Major: Marketing

Tatiana Jessen
Hometown: The Woodlands, TX
Major: BHP

Levi Joseph
Hometown: Dunwoody, GA
Major: Plan II Honors

Ayesha Kang
Hometown: Katy, TX
Majors: Plan II Honors and MIS

Klevrin Sitohang
Hometown: Jakarta, Indonesia
Majors: Finance and Economics

Meredith Trapp
Hometown: San Antonio
Majors: Marketing and Plan II

Joshua Yap
Hometown: Katy, TX
Major: MIS

Sabrina Zakaria
Hometown: Houston, TX
Majors: SCM, Pre-Med

We also have four students from the McCombs Business Foundations Program riding in 2015:

Carrie Bruno
Hometown: Richmond, TX

Elan Kogutt
Hometown: Dallas, TX

Jimmy Ly
Hometown: Houston, TX

Nikki Miller
Hometown: Houston, TX

Rider Profiles and info: