I've had the honor and privilege to be featured with powerful and influential organizations that are intentional about making this world a better place. If you have an audience that may benefit from learning more about my story of recovery, one that will inspire, uplift, enlighten, encourage, and educate, let's connect here.
The Renfrew Center Connections Newsletter, Spring 2016
As an alumni of The Renfrew Center, I have found connecting with others in recovery has been one of the best ways for me to heal. Sharing my story in the Connections Newsletter has allowed others who to not feel alone in their struggle. The Newsletter also highlights upcoming events, tips and tools to stay in recovery and much more. I am encouraged when I read the stories of others and feel it is my duty to contribute and give back to the organizations that helped me along my journey of recovery.
Click here for the latest edition of the Connections Newsletter.
People are Brave
The vision of People Are Brave is 'to inspire a brave generation.'
Nothing makes me happier than being a part of a movement that is needed now more than ever before! Finding a community where your voice is valued and celebrated is a place I feel most at home.
Share your brave moment and get inspired by others who have chosen bravery over fear here.
Check out how you can be a volunteer, get involved and share your #getnaked story of how skin cancer affected your life. Also, be sure to take the Pledge to perform a self skin check at least once a year here. Your contribution to MRF will help support medical research for finding effective treatments and eventually a cure for melanoma. Learn more about prevention, detection and screening here.
Let's raise awareness together!
Melanoma Research Foundation
I'm an avid advocate for Melanoma Research Foundation ever since being diagnosed with melanoma in-situ in 2014.
Our largest organ that showcases to the world how we treat ourselves - and the only one we get while we'e here on this planet, is highly under-appreciated!
Did you know Melanoma is the leading cause of cancer death in young women ages 25-30 and the second leading cause of cancer death in women ages 30-35? Shocking, right?!
The scare in 2014 most definitely made me much more compassionate toward my skin and I am much more intentional about my skin care routine, which should be at the top of your list next to working out, eating healthy, and meditation. (Sunscreen - all day, everyday!)
Read my story here!