2021 Jingle Bell Run Honorees


Bradley Pomp
Sentry Management
Corporate Honoree

Since taking the reins as President in 2017, Bradley Pomp has strengthened Sentry Management’s position as a market leader in community association management. Bradley was recently recognized as one of the Orlando Business Journal’s CEOs of the Year in 2020.

Bradley recognizes the importance of giving back both personally and professionally. He has volunteered as a youth coach for various sports for 15 years, and also volunteers as a leader in his church.

He embraces giving back to communities that Sentry Management serves through Sentry’s very own philanthropic program, “Giving SMILES.” Through Giving SMILES, Sentry employees across the country have participated in the Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run for the past several years.

Carlene Rogers
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Adult Honoree

Five years ago, as a single mom with three teens and a job as a full-time HS Science teacher I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. I scoured the internet to find good scientific information. My search led me to the Arthritis Foundation. There I learned that RA is an autoimmune disease that can affect your entire body. I also found my way to a great group of arthritis warriors that gather to support the Arthritis Foundation through political activism and fundraising. This group has been a constant source of encouragement. I’m thrilled to be named this year’s JBR Adult Honoree. Every dollar raised improves treatment and may one day lead to a cure for RA.

To support Carlene, please visit her team's fundraising page today!

Peyton Newby
Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
Teen Honoree

Meet Peyton. After multiple tests, Peyton was diagnosed with polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) when she was 4 years old. Six years later, Peyton started having severe hip pain and ended up in the hospital unable to walk or stand. It took many tests to determine that Peyton had a large amount of fluid in her hip causing constant spasms. After removing the fluid, Peyton is now adjusting to a new regime of medications and counting down the days to resuming CrossFit.

Peyton is learning about her arthritis diagnosis and ways to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. She is excited to serve as the 2021 Youth Honoree and meeting others who live with JIA.