A 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, T1T Hockey was established to support all hockey players living with Type I Diabetes. Camp provides a well-rounded experienced focused not only on hockey, but also on living with T1D. Our team of experts provide best-in-class strategies for managing diabetes when playing sports, as well as across their entire lives. Expert-led discussions will include leading sports psychologists, nutritionists, and a variety of athletes who have excelled while facing the challenges of diabetes. But, that is not our only focus. T1T is committed to establishing a warm environment for each camper to feel the power of the T1D community and make long-lasting friendships with people like them.
Megan & Geoff Hoffmann
Megan & Geoff Hoffmann are proud to serve as Executive Director & President for Type 1 Timer Hockey. Megan and Geoff became involved in the diabetes community when their oldest son was diagnosed with T1D nearly 6 years ago at age 7. Since that time, they have been active in the Chicagoland diabetes community. Megan presently sits on the Board of Directors for the University of Chicago’s Kovler Diabetes Center and Geoff has served on the board of JDRF Illinois since 2018.
In addition, the Hoffmann family served as the Fund a Cure Family for the 2018 One Dream Gala in which they helped raise $5.4 million and are proud supporters of JDRF. They have strong knowledge of T1D management (on and off the ice!) and are passionate about supporting families within both diabetes and hockey communities at every stage of their journeys.
Geoff is the CEO of DHR Global and serves on the boards of DHR, the Hoffmann Family of Companies, JDRF Illinois, and Edgewood Properties, a privately held commercial real estate investment firm. Geoff is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and The Economic Club of Chicago. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Entrepreneurship from Miami University and a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Megan and Geoff currently reside in Winnetka, Illinois with their four hockey-loving sons Henry, George, Ben, and Teddy.