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Cycle for Survival Rings the Opening Bell
Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake joined Cycle for Survival on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell, signaling the start of the day's trading.
Marianne Lake (center) stands alongside Thomas Farley, president of the New York Stock Exchange (left), and Dr. Ross Levine, physician-scientist with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (right), on the platform at the New York Stock Exchange.
Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake rang the New York Stock Exchange Opening Bell flanked by representatives of Cycle for Survival, the national movement to beat rare cancers.
Also on hand to ring the bell was Carlos Becil, chief marketing officer of Equinox, Cycle for Survival's founding partner, and Dr. Ross Levine, physician-scientist with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Bell ringers at the New York Stock Exchange included Marianne Lake (center) and representatives from Cycle for Survival.
In 2015, JPMorgan Chase and more than 1,600 participating employees raised $457,800 for cancer research through Cycle for Survival's indoor cycling events, a record for the firm.
Since its founding in 2007, Cycle for Survival has raised over $100 million nationwide for cancer research, with 100 percent of funds raised going directly to research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering.
We're extremely proud of all of our employees across the U.S. who climbed on stationary bikes to pedal for a great cause. Click here for more information about upcoming events through March 13 and details on how to register.