My name is Nancy Jackson and I am a third generation native to Arizona. I grew up in Phoenix and have played sports all my life. I played college softball and graduated from the University of Washington. I have worked for the City of Chandler for over 12 years and am currently managing the Senior Center. Although I am very competitive by nature, my love for the Tossin Away ASL cornhole tournament was brought on by Jesse Haws. Five years ago I registered in the tournament because I worked with his wife Eliza and wanted to support her family. Little did I know that Jesse’s love and passion for this tournament, and the cause, would bleed into my heart. Jesse’s dedication to awareness and raising money to help families struggling with this disease is not only admirable, but contagious. My passion for Tossin Away ALS comes from knowing the funds raised go directly to helping families who have been affected by Lou Gehrig’s Disease. I feel so blessed to be part of this tournament, to be impactful and make a difference in someone’s life.