Special Thanks: Summer 2015

thank you photoWe could not do this work without the support of so many members and volunteers. A huge thank you to:

  • C.J. (Dian) Corneliussen-James, Co-Founder and Vice President and Director of Advocacy for METAvivor and Lori Marx-Rubiner, blogger at www.regrounding.com, Board President of METAvivor and BCAction Community Leader for being wonderful guest presenters on our Beyond “Awareness”: Metastatic Breast Cancer webinar in June.
  • Galen Joseph, Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology, History and Social Medicine and Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of California, San Francisco and Cindy Pearson, Executive Director of the National Women’s Health Network for being wonderful guest presenters on our The Trials of Clinical Trials: The Importance of Including Everyone webinar in May.
  • Big thanks to Rob Weissman & Public Citizen for providing tickets to Stand Up for Main Street at the SF Jazz Center.
  • Alan Kleinschmidt and the SF Choral Society for providing tickets to their extraordinary concerts.
  • Elizabeth Harman for her invaluable assistance during our year-end fundraising.
  • Sara Brandon for her ongoing and dependable administrative support.
  • Kathleen Toland for helping to expand BCAction’s network, fundraise and spread the word to Salesforce employees and beyond!
  • The Board and Former Board for their tireless volunteer work and their unparalleled commitment to and trust in our work, including initiating a generous matched giving challenge!
  • Ken Fischer for his passionate commitment to Breast Cancer Action for more than 20 years and the generous gift of his time and talent to support our work and 25th anniversary.
  • Galen Joseph, PhD, Julie Harris-Wai, PhD, MPH and Julia Lyandres for participating in an informative and productive panel on treatment development, clinical trials, and patient-centered research at our annual Board/Staff retreat.
  • All of our members who started Don’t Pink for Me fundraising pages, shared their stories, and helped raise money to fund our work.
  • And last but not least, the wonderful Salesforce team who helped us send out a big mailing this spring.
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