Posted by: tinacjeon | April 17, 2010

Tina on the Radio…. Again! Thanks WPFW!

Listen for me live this Wednesday, April 21, 2010 on WPFW talking about the Man/Woman of the Year campaign! Thank you WPFW for your support!

Also listen to 106.7 the FAN, 94.7, 95.5 and 1580 AM to hear my clip about fundraising!

This is it:


Posted by: tinacjeon | April 16, 2010

The Aftermath: Am I Really on Twitter?

Yes, it’s true! I created a Twitter account. It seems that I’ve been running all over the city meeting new people and seeing new places. There is just so much to share that a few tweets would take care of letting you all know where I am, as well as what great new things I’ve discovered! So, add me if you’d like: @tinaontarget.

Last night’s “Young and the Guestlist” event certainly did impress with a fantastic location at The Washington Club, and hosted by Washington Life Magazine. Photographers greeted guests upon entry at this fantastically decorated, charming building.

The split spiral staircase opened up into four distinct rooms with fantastically fast-paced, top shelf bars, dance floor, DJ, photographers Tony Powell and Michael Domingo, live 8-piece band, dinner buffet, and a champagne bar nestled into the balcony. Themed “A Return to Glamour”, this event showcased a number of bold hairstyles and even more daring dress. I am so glad “glamorous cocktail” no longer means knee-length, black dresses. Rich gold’s, deep red’s, angelic white’s, and a number of metallics and ruffles caught my attention. The gentlemen were, of course, dressed to impress – the highlights: Top Chef’s Spike M. donning a unique topper, a few artists and musicians showcasing bold, wide-rimmed glasses, and, of course, pocket handkerchiefs in every design imaginable.

The crowd there seemed to have a disproportionate slant toward philanthropy and were receptive of my Woman of the Year campaign – journey to $100k for cancer research by June 1st! Kate Michael (kstreetkate), herself a workaholic, contributed interesting insight and acknowledged the demanding nature of this campaign. Ray Reagan, 2005 Man of the Year, reminisced about his intense, yet rewarding campaign experience.

Among others in attendance at the event were local owners of the new District Restaurant and Lounge located in Adams Morgan, local businesswomen involved in everything from government contracting to high-end athletic training, artists and stylists from the U street area and press and media from local and national organizations. As guests sprinkled out of The Washington Club around midnight with complimentary, individually-packaged cupcakes, cookies and giftbags, the party continued on at Darlington House and Midtown Lounge’s opening of The Penthouse.

That night, Shiloh Corcel/Cuffs of Love and host of “Level lll The Penthouse” party committed to sponsoring my campaign, so please keep an eye out for this jewelry at my upcoming events where they can be purchased with proceeds benefitting my campaign for blood cancer research.

The jewelry I wore last night (and that has been donated to my launch event’s auction) were donated by Liz Ordonez/Liz O Studios and Daniela Cermanova/Green and Blue Boutique :: they will be in attendance at the L2 Launch April 28th (invite in “Events” section) and auctioning off pieces retailing for $150-$300. Raffle tickets will be only $10!


Posted by: tinacjeon | April 13, 2010

Listen To My New Leukemia & Lymphoma Radio Ad

Listen for me DAILY on WJFK 106.7 the FAN, 94.7, 95.5 and 1580AM or click here:

Leukemia & Lymphoma_Tina Jeon mixdown Ad 106.7 The Fan Radio

Special thanks to Jason Veazey at 106.7 THE FAN and Etta Hulcher! ROCK ON!

Donate here:

Posted by: tinacjeon | April 13, 2010


RED, WHITE & BLACK: Tina Jeon LLS Launch :: 04.28.10 :: L2 Lounge | 6pm-1am | ONLY 250 TICKETS available

x. Dress: red, white, or black (LLS colors :: no flip flops, sneakers)
x. $25/ticket/men :: 100% tax deductible
x. $15/ticket/women :: 100% tax deductible
x. Tickets purchased in form of a donation. Write “L2 Lounge” & FIRST, LAST name of all attendees in “Message to Participant” here::

7pm: Speech by SKYLER HUNDLEY, 2010 Girl of the Year (Leukemia survivor, age 7):

9pm: Group l raffle winners announced (absence disqualifies)
11pm: Group II raffle winners announced (absence disqualifies)
12am: Silent auction closes, winner(s) announced (absence OK)

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On-site raffle ticket sales: 1/$10, 2/$20, armslength/$25

BRING CASH, CHECKS :: High-End raffle & silent auction items donated by:

Tyler Lee Larish of Immortal Beloved
(2) Cuts and colors, flexible appt. booking
Retails: $100+ each

Amanda Credeur and Lululemon : Georgetown
(2) Yoga class for you + 4 at Lululemon
Retails: $90/1-hr session
Daniela Cermanova for Green & Blue
Agate/Pearl Necklace
Agate, Pearl Mix, Sterling Silver Clasp
Retails: $242

Liz Ordonez of LizO Studio
Custom-made pieces (photos TBP)
Retails: $300

Special Item to be unveiled by Skyler Hundley

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Proceeds will benefit National Capital area Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 2010 Man & Woman of the Year campaign, meaning:

x. One-on-one access to health care specialists
x. Family Support groups w. trained facilitators
x. FREE patient booklets w/ disease information & treatment options
x. Supplies, materials for direct clinical research for a cure :: Leukemia, Lymphoma, Hodgkin’s Disease, Myeloma.

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Tina Jeon’s campaign is in HONOR of HUGO CONCHA.

Hugo Concha is currently a patient at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City and my close friend’s baby brother. He has three siblings and two fiercely dedicated, loving parents. His treatment for ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia) requires regular blood and platelet transfusions.

To make a platelet donation, please visit:

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Tina’s Campaign BLOG:
Facebook: “Support Leukemia/Lymphoma & Tina: Woman of the Year Nominee”


Originally from Enfield, CT, Tina is a 2008 graduate of Yale University. When her parents could not afford Christmas and birthday presents, they would say “your education is your gift”. She certainly took that to heart. During her time at Yale, Tina worked as a tour guide and Senior Interviewer at the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Academically, she developed an interest in tropical medicine and non-clinical epidemiology, excelling in graduate school courses and writing a thesis challenging popular beliefs on the eradication of yellow fever.

In her sophomore year, Tina founded the Yale Archery Team. This three-time All-American and All-Academic archer piqued her interest in the Latin American Healthcare system while competing as a member of Team USA at a World Ranking Archery Tournament in Venezuela (2007). After taking home 2 individual gold medals from the 2008 World Ranking Tournament in Puerto Rico, Tina moved to the Nation’s capital to work in the healthcare consulting arena.

Throughout her time in Washington, DC, she frequently volunteered at soup kitchens and mentoring programs. As work required her to travel more often, Tina began dedicating her weekends to hosting parties, bartending, and modeling, donating all proceeds to smaller local charities battling both child homelessness and abuse, and providing rehabilitation services. She also began fundraising for her friend’s younger brother, a relapsed Leukemia patient in need of chemotherapy treatments.

Tina graciously accepts the nomination to participate in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Woman of the Year competition and appreciates the opportunity to be a part of such a large and ambitious exercise in philanthropic collaboration. With her team, she hopes to create not only enjoyable events, but also an inspiring campaign and contribute everything possible to aid those affected by blood cancers.

Fun facts: In 2007, Glamour Magazine published “” as Tina’s “secret obsession”, though it actually is Tetris. Her favorite movies are “While You Were Sleeping” and “Kung Fu Panda”. At the gym, she listens to metromixes of Prince. At age 9, she performed at the Basilica of the National Shrine.

Please make tax-deductible check donations payable to: “LLS” or donate ONLINE:

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DJ Moh Ducis
MC Will Riddick, aka Guerilla Will

Peter Stepanek, Official Event Photographer
SkyHighArt Media Production at
J.P. Storm, Press
GTZ, Press

Posted by: tinacjeon | April 12, 2010

What Your Donation Means

$25 provides patients and their loved ones w/ FREE booklets that contain up-to-date information on their disease and help them make informed decisions about their treatment options.

$50 makes possible a Family Support group w/ a trained facilitator where comfort can be found and experiences can be shared among patients and family members.

$100 supports laboratory researchers w/ supplies and materials critical to carrying out their research.

$1,000 makes possible one-on-one conversations w/ health care specialists who provide patients w/ information about their disease, treatment options and prepare them w/ questions for their health care team.

Please DONATE here:

Posted by: tinacjeon | April 9, 2010


The donations link is officially active!

Video of 2010 Girl and Boy of the Year: We’re raising money in honor of them and many others. Thank you on behalf od them and their families!

Posted by: tinacjeon | April 1, 2010


More info:

Official Launch Event Information and Invitation to Come….

Posted by: tinacjeon | March 30, 2010



Tickets on sale 4/8/10
More info:

Special thanks to:
Everyone for support & warm advice.
Peter Stepanek &, official event photographer.
Kate McMillan and Leah Dyrud from L2.
Tyler Lee Larish, stylish donating/raffling high-end salon services.
Matt Schwartz, aka The King & co-host 🙂
Bruce Alan Fries, who helped launch this idea!
Our sponsors (listed out in official invite)

….more thanks and official invite to come!

Posted by: tinacjeon | March 26, 2010



The online donations link will be active April 9, 2010 and I would like to dedicate days to survivors, patients, and those who have passed.

If you would like to honor someone, PLEASE send along a write-up of the individual. Photograph optional – in .jpeg format, please.

Send to:

Can’t wait to get this started!!

Posted by: tinacjeon | March 18, 2010

Thank you Peter Stepanek and SkyHighArt!

A very special thank you to Peter Stepanek and (

Professional event photographer and close friend, Peter is graciously donating his time and talents to the Man/Woman of the Year campaign! We are excited to have him on our team.

More exciting news: today marks the beginning of the GAP Give & Get program!

5% of total purchases made between now and March 21st will be donated to LLS.

Print out your 30% off coupon here and enjoy!

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