Janine E. Guglielmino, MA, Director, Publications and Strategic Initiatives
Janine Guglielmino directs Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s print and virtual publications, research and evaluation, and strategic planning. She is responsible for planning and overseeing the implementation of newsletters, brochures, surveys, websites, program evaluation, needs assessments and other activities that ensure the quality of LBBC’s existing and future programming. Previously, she served for seven years as LBBC’s communications director, managing media relations, marketing, advertising and promotion of the organization’s programs and services.
Janine received her bachelor’s degree in history from Haverford College and her master’s degree in journalism and public affairs from American University. She has taken public health classes at Temple University. She worked for four years as associate editor at American Forests, a nonprofit organization in Washington, DC. She also served as a managing editor at the Chronicle of Philanthropy in Washington, DC.
"My main goal in all my work is to lessen or alleviate feelings of isolation, fear, anxiety and sadness that result from a diagnosis of breast cancer, so all the wonderful women we serve can enjoy their lives for as long as possible," she says.
Janine is a member of the program committee and public relations and marketing committee for ENACCT (Education Network to Advance Cancer Clinical Trials), a national organization with the mission of improving access to cancer clinical trials through education and collaboration with communities, healthcare providers and researchers. In 2009 and 2010, she served as a consumer reviewer for the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition's Income Tax Refunds for Breast and Cervical Cancer Research program.
Janine and her husband live in South Jersey with their two dogs and two cats. She loves spending time with family and friends, traveling to new destinations, reading and writing nonfiction, photographing people and plants in their natural habitat, planting flowers and watching them grow, doing arts and crafts, walking on the nature trail at her alma mater, rooting loudly for her beloved Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles and, most of all, making a difference in people’s lives.
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- Leading Provider Groups Set Guidelines for Hormone Receptor Testing
- Shorter Course of Radiation Possible for Some Breast Cancers
- New Brochures Help You Take Charge of Your Health
- Authors Speak Out at LBBC National Event
- The To-Do List: Sue Peracchia’s Story
- Weight-Lifting Found Safe After Breast Surgery
- FDA Rules Against Avastin
- Company Requests Hearing for Avastin
- FDA Grants Avastin Hearing
- NCCN Updates Metastatic Guidelines
- FDA Invites Comments on Avastin
- Obesity Impacts Breast Cancer Survival
- Metastatic Breast Cancer Series: Treatment Options for Today and Tomorrow
- Guide to Understanding Treatment Decisions
- Guide to Understanding Hormonal Therapy
- Older Women Benefit Less from Treatment Breakthroughs
- Less Surgery Needed for Early Breast Cancer
- Guide for the Newly Diagnosed