Ellen Bor is training for this year's SMART Ride as part of the CDTC Cyclones team. Find out what motivates her to complete the grueling, two-day, 165-mile ride from Miami to Key West each year to raise funds and awareness for HIV/AIDS patients.
What is your name and title?
Ellen Bor, Financial Analyst, Children's Diagnostic & Treatment Center
How long have you worked at CDTC?
What motivates you to come to work each day?
When I moved to Florida 18 years ago, I hoped to find work that would impact the lives of vulnerable children.
Please share your favorite CDTC moment so far:
Susan Widmayer Lip Syncing Cher at CDTC’s Annual Stress Seminar
What motivates me to complete the SMART Ride:
The amazing community of Smart Ride Participants
Number of century rides/SMART Rides I have completed:
What’s the most challenging part of the Ride for me:
The headwind in Key Largo
What I am looking forward to about the Ride:
Riding with my CYCLONES TEAM
What’s on my playlist:
(N/A headphones while cycling) Southern Rock, 70s Love Songs, Classic Oldies, Showtunes
What I’m most proud of personally or professionally:
Practicing due diligence and process improvement
The SMART Ride is a two-day,165-Mile bike ride from Miami to Key West that will take place on November 15 and 16. Proceeds from the event benefit the Children's Diagnostic & Treatment Center and other South Florida organizations who support patients living with HIV/AIDS. Learn more about how you can support the CDTC Cyclones.