Gunnar Esiason is 26-years-old with cystic fibrosis. After being diagnosed at 2-years-old, his parents founded the Boomer Esiason Foundation. Since then, Gunnar has grown to live his life despite CF. He played three varsity sports in high school, graduated from Boston College in four years and now works as a cystic fibrosis patient advocate with the very foundation his parents started. He is also the head coach of his high school alma mater’s varsity ice hockey team, making him the youngest head coach on Long Island.
Gunnar has learned that success with cystic fibrosis is possible, and he hopes to share that with his audience!