DTC Administrative Team
Jody has been working with Diabetes Training Camp since 2012. The DTC community has become an important part of her life and her extended family. In her role, she manages and plans camp logistics year-round. Jody also supports the Diabetes Training Camp Foundation staff leading fundraising, marketing, PR and branding. She is very passionate about growing awareness of Diabetes Training Camp and offering DTC’s unique services to more people.
Jody is a graduate of the Syracuse University Newhouse School and worked in corporate communications, integrated marketing and public relations at Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies for 18 years.
Jody has loved all sports since she was very young. She excelled at team sports growing up and as an adult has concentrated her efforts mostly on running. She has completed two marathons and many half-marathons and is a huge fan of the “runner’s high.” She also participated in the 100-mile Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Ride for a Cure three times. She’d like to begin training and competing in sprint triathlons in the next couple of years. She and her husband Matt and their sons Brennan and Finn live in Margate City, New Jersey.
Sharon has been living with Type 1 diabetes since 1979 and continues to be amazed at not only how well she can live with the condition but by seeing how many other people are thriving as well! This eye-opening exposure is entirely due to DTC. Prior to her first DTC camper experience, Sharon had very little interaction with other T1Ds and couldn’t ever remember spending time with another T1D athlete.
After her second camp Sharon became a dedicated advocate and amateur educator—happily answering people’s questions about ‘what’s that on your arm (Dexcom)’ and life with T1D in general. She was delighted to join the DTC administration staff in 2016.
Sharon participates in whatever sports strike her interest. She has completed multiple sprint triathlons, a few half-marathons (even though she doesn’t consider herself a runner) and a number of 100-mile century rides (including the JDRF’s Amelia Island Ride). In 2021 she completed the Disney Dopey Challenge consisting of a 5K, 10K, half marathon and marathon on consecutive days. Because it was a virtual race, she hopes to do it gain--but this time on site in Orlando (I guess that means she is a runner). In addition, Sharon is an avid (and sometimes frustrated) golfer who loves to get the benefit of walking the course while playing. She counts her husband Andy as her biggest supporter and champion and loves spending time with him and their precious pooch Paisley.
Liz Borucki is a graduate of Gettysburg College where she played women’s lacrosse. After Gettysburg, Liz spent several years coaching Division III women’s lacrosse at Muhlenberg College and working in the endocrinology practice at Lehigh Valley Hospital where she met Dr. Matt Corcoran. Along with Dr. Matt, Liz helped to jump start the inaugural Diabetes Training Camp before returning home to southern New Jersey. Currently, she coaches high school and youth girls lacrosse for one of the most elite programs in the state. Her family history of diabetes and love of sports inspired her to return to Diabetes Training Camp.