Cancer Fit, Inc. offers Exercise and Wellness Programs for Childhood Cancer Survivors.

Cancer Fit, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Thousand Oaks, dedicated to improving the quality of life for childhood cancer survivors in Southern California. We offer free exercise and wellness programs that address both physical and emotional well-being.

Our certified fitness professionals & oncology exercise specialists provide tailored exercise programs to help survivors regain strength, improve cardiovascular health, and reduce the risk of injury. We also offer counseling, mindfulness practices, and educational workshops to support emotional well-being.

All our programs are completely free of charge, thanks to the generosity of donors, sponsors, and volunteers. Our mission is to be a beacon of hope and support for childhood cancer survivors and their families.

Join us on this transformative journey and help every childhood cancer survivor thrive. through: 

  • Exercise and Wellness Coaching
  • Exercise and Wellness Education
  • Exercise and Wellness Advocacy & Awareness
  • Cancer Survivor Active Lifestyle Promotion

We are thrilled to announce that we provide free programs specifically designed for pediatric cancer families. Our aim is to support these families from the moment of diagnosis all the way up to five years post-treatment.

One of our key initiatives is our Scholarship Programs, which have been created to assist each child in reclaiming their lives and experiencing a new normal childhood. These programs offer a comprehensive approach that combines exercise and wellness coaching, educational resources, nutrition instruction, and emotional support.

We understand that pediatric cancer treatment can have long-term effects on children, and our programs are specifically geared towards alleviating these effects. By focusing on exercise and wellness, we aim to help children regain their strength, improve their overall well-being, and enhance their quality of life.

Our dedicated team is committed to providing the necessary guidance and support to pediatric cancer families on their journey. We believe that by empowering these families with the knowledge and tools they need, we can help them navigate the challenges they face and foster a sense of hope and resilience.

If you are a pediatric cancer family, we invite you to explore our website and learn more about our free programs. We are here to assist you every step of the way and make a positive impact on your child's life.

Thank you for visiting our website, and we look forward to the opportunity to serve you and your family.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]

Note: Oncology team approval required prior to any child starting our programs.

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Bolton family

Isaiah, Miabella, Robb, Elle

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At Cancer Fit, our mission is to improve the quality of life for child cancer survivors through safe, effective, and innovative exercise, nutrition and wellness programs. We empower survivors by providing tailored physical activities, fostering mental well-being, and creating a supportive community. Together, we help survivors thrive beyond their diagnosis.


Our vision at Cancer Fit is to improve the quality of life for pediatric cancer families by providing exercise, nutrition, and wellness programs. We aim to alleviate the long-term effects of childhood cancer treatment and empower families to thrive through holistic support. Together, let's create a brighter future beyond cancer.


  • Exercise & Wellness/Nutrition Coaching
  • Exercise & Wellness/Nutrition Awareness and Advocacy
  • Exercise & Wellness/Nutrition Education
  • Childhood Cancer Survivor Active Lifestyle Promotion


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Certified Cancer Exercise Trainer, Certified Patient Advocate
Cancer Survivor

Certified by the American College of Sports Medicine as a Cancer Exercise Trainer and a Certified Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association. Robb has a lifetime of experience in the health and fitness industry and is a Certified Patient Advocate. Background includes dual Majors from California Lutheran University with degrees in Biological Science and Sports Medicine as well as a Masters degree in Sports Business Administration from the United States Sports Academy. Over the years Robb has designed and implemented fitness programs for both adult and child cancer survivors. He is a former Board Member of the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation and is currently the West Coast Program Director for Play Fit, Stay Fit which is a fitness program for child cancer survivors.

Professional background:
Master's degree in Sports Business Administration
Certified Cancer Exercise Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine
Certified Athletic Trainer through the National Athletic Trainers Association
Certified Patient Advocate

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4x Cancer Survivor, Stroke Survivor, Certified Patient Advocate, Nutrition Coaching

Elle serves as our Co-Director and Director of Family Engagement. Elle has a background with over 30 years experience in Medical Business Administration & Certified Patient Advocacy. Outside of being an advocate for childhood cancer families, enjoys volunteering for the ALS Association.

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Board Member, Secretary

Isaiah attended Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA, where he earned his BA in Economics & Business and played Collegiate Men’s Soccer and then attended Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, where he earned his MS in Real Estate Finance & Investments. He holds a CA Real Estate Salesperson License and manages real estate investments and leasing in Santa Barbara. 

Isaiah has several years of experience serving as a Board Member & Program Development Assistant for Cancer Fit Inc. As the son of two cancer survivors, Isaiah learned to see life through a unique lens, creating a greater sense of gratitude for those who have supported him along his journey.

He currently lives in Santa Barbara with his wife, Katie, who is a kindergarten teacher and former Women’s Soccer Player at Westmont College.

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Board Member

Leslie is a media and marketing veteran and is the head of marketing for FITGMR, a performance and player development company in esports and gaming. She began her career in broadcasting, moving from sales into sales management and then into a corporate role in revenue management during which she oversaw $400M in broadcast and digital revenue. Leslie left her corporate role for academia and spent three years teaching integrated marketing communications at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. While there, she launched the schools’ first student-staffed digital media agency, which is where she became involved in esports. From there, Leslie stepped into an Executive Director position at Beasley Esports and oversaw the development of CheckpointXP, an esports and video game platform. Leslie has been working with FITGMR since November 2021.

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Board Member, Adolescent Advisor

“Hi! I’m Cianna” is one of our fondest memories of getting to know her. Cianna, a high school freshman, has been the designer of Cancer Fit greeting cards for almost 2 years now and is already on her way to being an accomplished artist. She loves to cosplay on tiktok and has over 2k followers. Most importantly, she is very outspoken about her story with pediatric cancer. Having spent ten years of watching her sister, Zelaya, go through cancer and taking care of her youngest sister, Semera, she uses her experiences to speak the truth about pediatric cancer. Not only promoting awareness and support for the patients, but for the whole family, which she feels is extremely underrepresented.

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Board Member

Kathy Kelley specializes in design and real estate after years as an executive in fashion with Ralph Lauren. A UCLA graduate living in Los Angeles with her husband and three children, her oldest daughter is a proud cancer survivor. As a result of her daughter’s experience, she became involved in working to fund pediatric cancer research as well as joining the Institutional Review Board and other groups at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles as a parent and community advocate working toward better treatments for children with cancer.

She is involved with Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times Board of Trustee member and now, Cancer Fit.

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Board Member, Parent of Cancer Survivor/Bone Marrow Transplant Survivor Mom/Momcologist/Wife of Cheff Alexx

Charlie’s daughter Zelaya was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia in February 2012. Life so many pediatric cancer parents, after her daughter’s diagnosis, Charlie made the decision to leave her career behind and dedicate 100% of her time to caring for Zelaya and her two other daughters, Cianna and Semera. Aside from “mommy” Charlie has had to wear many hats over the years, including educator to all 3 of their children, medical researcher and oncology/transplant nurse a.k.a. Momcologist. After 10 years, 2 relapses and a bone marrow transplant, their little survivor is thriving and Charlie is always there to help other pediatric cancer parents and their families, walk their journey in whatever way they may need.

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Board Member

Dan and his wife Stephanie have 3 children, Archer (7), Neve (4) and Sutton (1). They reside in Santa Barbara, CA. The Kennedy’s love to enjoy the best beaches, pools, restaurants and gold courses that the central coast has to offer. With connections to Cancer Fit since its inception, Dan has already built life long relationships with the team at Cancer Fit and one of the young cancer survivors. He is excited to continue to support the Cancer Fit team and community in a more formal role.

Dan retired from a 12 year professional soccer career in 2017 where he most recently played for the LA Galaxy. Dan was selected by on his peers to represent Major League Soccer players as an Executive Board member for the players association. In this role, he was responsible for Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations, strategic planning, executive team building and budget approval. As a former athlete, Dan is passionate about educating all professional athletes on real estate investing and the tremendous benefits of establishing a strong real estate portfolio leading into the life after an athletic career.

Since retiring from Major League Soccer, Dan co-founded Driven Capital Partners. DCP is an investment real estate company that specializes in apartments and industrial warehouse investments. DCP manages roughly $150 million in assets for over 120 unique investors. Creating passive income and wealth generation through commercial real estate, DCP seeks opportunities with favorable risk-adjusted returns and look to improve financial performance and property value through targeted value-add investment strategies.

Dan received his MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business in 2018.


Pediatric Oncologist – Dr. Francisco Bracho

Physical Therapy Advisor – Aarti Batra

Cancer Psycho-Social Advisor – Sandra Pearson

Nutrition Advisor – Alexx Guevara

Fundraising Advisor – Jennifer Arceo

Non-profit Legal Advisor – Guy A. Bailey