Quincy All Access

,Quincy Harris is back and ready to run another 13.1 miles in the ,Philadelphia Love Run Half Marathon to honor his mother’s memory. Not a lot has changed for Q since last year’s Love Run. He still has that always full plate of obligations, which have him juggling multiple projects between Philly and LA. He’s so busy, in fact, that he doesn’t really have time to fan the flame of his ongoing “rivalry” with Legacy of Hope founder, Mike Rowe; so it has simmered down considerably since the two basically crossed the finish line holding hands in 2022. But it’s still a great excuse for them to share good-natured trash talking. For more

information about Quincy’s grudge match, how he joined the Legacy of Hope family, and became a half marathoner, check out ,Q-Deezy’s Grudge Match.

When asked what has kept him busy since the 2022 Love run, Q replies “Writing, producing, and hosting, as if my plate wasn’t full enough. In addition to my own projects, I have a separate production company that creates content for other clients.” Quincy still sits on Legacy of Hope’s Board, and guides their mentorship program. 2022 saw Q continue with the ,FAQ Podcast, collaborate with ,Eric Thomas aka ET The Hip Hop Preacher on The 3am Club; produce several episodes of ,Black in Golf, and start his latest and perhaps biggest venture—Quincy All Access, an interview show, currently airing online, but which is likely to find a home on a Philly network in the near future. If you’re a Q fan, be on the lookout.

If these projects don’t keep Q’s plate full enough, he is also raising his three sons, ages 11, 9 and 3; so balancing his high volume media work with his family life is a tall order. But he’s getting it done. And believe it or not, adding yet another thing to his to do list actually helps, as long as that thing is running. Q shares that he gets up early in the morning so he can run. “Running has become a source of therapy, because I get to think. At this point it’s not even about the physical aspect (which is still great, mind you); I need to run because it helps me mentally. I come up with some of my craziest ideas when I’m running. And if I’m not running? It shows, my wife can tell. She’s like ‘When was the last time you ran?!? You need to go for a run!’ It’s that noticeable.”

Support Quincy in the Love Run at ,Quincy’s fundraiser page. If you’re game to push yourself, in either the 7.6k or Half Marathon register at, Philly Runs Free; and run for free if you raise $250 for Legacy of Hope.

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Kimberly S. Reed

An award winning international speaker, author, corporate trainer and diversity, equality and inclusion executive, nationally recognized thought leader, expert, strategist and advisor to some of the world’s most influential organizations in global professional services, health care, financial services, consumer products and pharmaceutical industries.

Kimberly is a seasoned leader in transforming organizations into high-performing enterprises and challenging leaders to live without limits, with more than 20 years of HR, talent acquisition, and diversity & inclusion experience; successfully turning around troubled diversity practices by designing, building, leading, and shaping high-performing cultures at global organizations with robust strategies, global employee development programs and enterprise-wide initiatives that have increased revenue growth and organizational brand eminence.

Michele Redrow

Michele is a Director on the Legacy of Hope board and also serves on the Executive Committee.

mary chicorelli

Professional:  Mary is a certified city planner for Philadelphia, a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association as well as the Philadelphia Bar Association, and the Pro Bono Honor Roll First Judicial District of Philadelphia.

Bio: Mary’s insight into the legal world is invaluable to Legacy of Hope, both in keeping our daily operations moving fluidly as well as making connections for our patients and their families when needed.

“Michael reached out to me about 2 years ago through mutual friends. We worked together to help a woman with stage 4 cancer get her electricity turned back on after it was shut off during the winter. I’ve been 100% supportive of Mike’s vision since then.”

joseph ruggieri, jr

Education: Bachelor’s of Science from West Chester University in Management and Finance

Bio: As a member of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.’s upper management team, Joseph brings a wealth of knowledge regarding finances, management, team-building and planning to the Legacy of Hope board. Joseph linked up with Michael, our President, and Wells Fargo began supporting Legacy of Hope annually.

“My father passed away from what started as Colon Cancer in 2015. Cancer is horrible and if there is something I can do to help others impacted I would want to be a part of it.”

David April

David is the founder of the Fishtown Beer Runners, an organization with chapters all over the world based here in Philadelphia.

dr. kevin kelly

Dr. Kevin Kelly leads Legacy of Hope’s Scientific Review Board to seek out and support the most promising cancer research in Philadelphia using a merit-based system.  He is Jefferson’s Director of Solid Tumor Oncology.

greg garber

Greg Garber is the director of Oncology Support Services at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center.

Gina Mancuso

Gina’s experience as the very successful co-owner of CoreFitness, LLC coupled with her expertise in planning special events makes her the perfect Vice President for Legacy of Hope. With energy, passion, and drive that makes her seem superhuman, Gina’s connection to our mission is a personal one.

“Both my father and my dear childhood friend were diagnosed with cancer within 3 months of one another. They were surrounded and supported by friends and family throughout their battle and until their passing. No one should suffer through a diagnosis alone and, without Legacy of Hope, some people would do just that.”

Michael Rowe


Volatile Media Management’s Mover, Shaker, Changemaker Award – February 2017

Miles Mack Community Services & Leadership Honorable Mention – 2016 TJUH Emergency Department Technician of the Year, Physicians Choice Award – 2015

TJUH Emergency Department Technician of the Year, Physicians Choice Award – 2014


With his free time so limited, Michael manages to fuse his work with his other passion: running. Whether it is with the Fishtown Beer Runners, our own Team Relentless Hope, or his closest friends, Michael can often be spotted on the streets of Philadelphia keeping himself fit and active.