When asked about my anniversary date, I find myself so unbelievably grateful for the time I have received along with the ability to reflect on all that came from my cancer diagnosis. Looking back at what cancer presented in my life, I certainly feel immense gratitude to God for another healthy and happy year with my beautiful family, marking the many milestones of our now grown children as they go out into the world experiencing all life has in store for them.
How lucky am I that I have two families, my immediate family, and my Unite for HER family. I am in awe of the family we have built.
For the last 16 years, cancer has been at the front of my mind. I am humbled and grateful for listening to the call that was put in front of me and for the many lessons it has taught me, for it has certainly been my best teacher
My diagnosis, treatment, and wellness plan exposed an opportunity to fill a critical gap in cancer care that was so much greater than myself.
With the recent COVID-19 crisis, we have shifted to serve and are there when our community needs us the most. I thank God every day for bringing extraordinary people to Unite for HER, walking by my side as we work towards our ultimate goal, supporting all who are affected by breast and ovarian cancer.
Unity is strength, when there is teamwork and collaboration, extraordinary things can be achieved.”
Founder and CEO
Unite for HER