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Travis Michael Flores ’11

Class of 2011, Theatre Performance concentration

  • Travis on Access Live discussing his episode of My Last Days

Flores ‘11 currently works as an executive producer for DonateLife and is the creator/writer for the upcoming comedy series (sorta) supportive, a new show that addresses chronic conditions and disabilities.

Travis Flores was drawn to Marymount Manhattan for its city campus and soon felt at home with his classmates, the intimate college environment, and his new stomping grounds. He found his passion for creating, producing, and entertainment management in the classrooms of MMC in addition to bolstering his acting and performance skills. Supportive faculty prepared him for the business side of the industry, encouraging solid communication skills in a social environment and helping to create long-lasting relationships with his peers.

A cystic fibrosis and two double-lung transplants survivor, Travis has dedicated much of his life to philanthropic and charitable initiatives, including the Cystic Fibrosis, Christina Grimmie, and Make-a-Wish foundations. He currently works as an executive producer for DonateLife and is the creator/writer for the upcoming comedy series (sorta) supportive, a new show that addresses chronic conditions and disabilities.

Travis is currently battling chronic transplant rejection for the second time and is working to find a third transplant through programs across the country. Read more about Flores’s story and his health journey. You can catch him on the latest episode of the CW’s show, My Last Days, which aired on May 22.

Class Year and Major

Class of 2011, Theatre Performance concentration

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Flores ‘11 currently works as an executive producer for DonateLife and is the creator/writer for the upcoming comedy series (sorta) supportive, a new show that addresses chronic conditions and disabilities.

Theatre Arts