2013 Peace, Love and a Cure®
This event helps raise critical funds to further the Foundation's mission to be a credible source for triple negative breast cancer information, a catalyst for science and patient advocacy groups, and a caring community with meaningful services for patients and their families.
Annual Cocktail Reception
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
6:30 – 10:00 in the evening
Erika and Kevin Liles
Master of Ceremonies
David Novarro, Anchor, WABC News
Honorary Ambassadors for a Cure
Edie Falco Jennifer Griffin
Robin Roberts Lori Stokes
2013 Event Committee
Ann Arnold, Beverly Baker, Yolonda Baker Marshall, Stacey Borelli, Monica Borg, Malaak Compton-Rock, Liz Flack, Sharon Fredman, Annie Goodman, Annie Hausmann, Daphné Helm, Denise Hodes, Karly Klein, Lenora Klein, Marlena McMahon, Melissa Silver, Andrea Stassou, Mara Wallach, Carol Watson-Mucciolo, Paula Wiezel and Tamara Zachery
For additional event information please contact Miriam Confer at (646) 942-0242 or email email@example.com
Special Award Presenter
Award-winning actress and Revlon Brand Ambassador
Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation® is pleased to honor the following for their outstanding contributions in the fight against triple negative breast cancer:
Susan Domchek, MD
Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
We recognize Dr. Domcheck for her support as Board Advisor to the Foundation and
for her tireless work in the field of BCRA genetic research.
We honor Revlon for raising awareness about women’s cancers through Revlon Cares and for funding cancer research, treatment, counseling, and outreach programs through EIF Revlon Run/Walk.
Mother and Breast Cancer Survivor
We acknowledge Krista Stone for her brave and inspirational fight against
triple negative breast cancer and for using her voice to build awareness and
advocate for better treatment options for all patients.
Salute to Honoree
The Honorable Sheila Jackson Lee
U.S. Representative for Texas Representing the 18th Congressional District
We salute Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee for her unyielding support of breast cancer patients through meaningful legislation, including the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Research and Education Act.