James D. Everett is the Founder and Chairman of the Board of TitanTough21,
a charity devoted to finding a cure for the Li-fraumeni syndrome and enabling
cancer patients world-wide to receive the best and latest cancer treatment
available, no matter what the cost.
James is currently the President of STI, Inc. Their primary business is providing
transportation & logistic solutions and risk management to large shippers.
The company was formed in 2007 and has enjoyed doing business with fortune
500 companies across the nation. Previously he worked in professional sports
as an Executive Director with the Utah Grizzles and Dallas Stars Hockey Clubs.
He also has a passion for ice hockey. He started playing at the age of six in
1974 and still plays today. James has coached many varsity high school teams over the years, and will be continuing his coaching career with a Junior College team for the 2014-2015 seasons.
James has two children, his son Drake is twenty-two years old and his daughter Reagan who is seventeen. They both have Li-fraumeni syndrome and continue to fight against cancer and the devastating effect of having the syndrome.