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Advisory Board

Jim Rowley is CEO of New Evolution Fitness and Former President of 24 Hour Fitness’ Northwest division. Besides his instrumental role in the fitness industry’s growth these last 25 years, he also served the United States as a Marine Sergeant for 8 years and 1 month.
Aldophus “Doc” Lawson is a former American soccer defender best known for his long indoor career. Lawson played the third most games in the history of the original MISL. He also spent four seasons in the North American Soccer League. Known for his tenacious defending, Doc earned the nickname, The Indoor Warrior. Lawson earned three caps with the U.S. national team in 1979, was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic soccer team and was with the U.S. Futsal team when it took third place in the 1987 FIFA Futsal World Championship.
Minji Wong received her Communications and Economics degrees from the University of California, Davis. She works in corporate training & development, specifically focusing on leadership and organizational development programs for managers. Minji has actively volunteered within the community for over twelve years, and is now affiliated with the SF chapters of Future Women Leaders and Girls on the Run. Fitness and athletics have always been integral in her life. She ran competitive distance running events in high school and participated in women’s rugby while at UCD. Currently, her athletic regimen includes training for her 8th marathon and her new passion for outdoor rock climbing.
Rochelle Marapao is a corporate development executive in the mobile marketing industry who has made an 11 year career out of building start-up companies from the ground up. She is also a health and fitness enthusiast whose background spans 20 years in the industry as a personal trainer, advisor, journalist, public speaker and consultant. Rochelle resides in Northern California with her husband, Myles and their daughter Selena.