#LBBCchat: Talking Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
March 3, 2015
08:00pm to 09:00pmEST
On Triple Negative Breast Cancer Awareness Day, March 3, 2015, Living Beyond Breast Cancer will host a 1-hour Twitter Chat about TNBC. Our panelists will help you:
- understand your treatment options for triple-negative disease
- learn more about triple-negative breast cancer, including the latest research
- discover practical tools to help you physically and emotionally enrich your daily life
About Our Panelists
- Hayley Dinerman is the executive director and immediate past board chair of the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation, an organization she co-founded in 2006 following a close friend’s diagnosis with TNBC. Follow the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation on Twitter at @TNBCFoundation.
- Ricki Fairley is the founder, president and thought leader of DOVE Marketing. She has over 30 years of marketing experience including 20 years in brand management at Johnson & Johnson, Nabisco, Reckitt & Colman and The Coca-Cola Company, and over 10 years in agency leadership for numerous Fortune 500 companies. Ricki, who was herself diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer, is a member of the board of trustees for the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation and works to garner publicity for breast cancer awareness. Follow Ricki on Twitter at @RickiDove.
- Lori Flowers is the co-founder and CEO of Triple Step Toward the Cure. After losing her sister and only sibling to triple-negative breast cancer in 2009, Lori vowed to use this personal experience, along with her professional background in social justice and health advocacy, to help raise awareness about triple-negative disease and provide support to people who are living with this disease. Follow Triple Step Toward the Cure on Twitter at @TripleStep4Cure.
- Eileen Fuentes is a speaker and an integrative cancer care and wellness coach. She is also the founder and director of the Women’s Wellness Series at Columbia University’s Clinical Breast Cancer Program. After she was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer at age 34, she founded The SPEACH (Self Promotion Empowerment Advocacy and Care Haven), an organization committed to supporting women dealing with health challenges and those looking to prevent them. Follow Eileen on Twitter at @eileenzfuentes.
- Janine E. Guglielmino, MA, is director of programs and strategic initiatives at Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Janine oversees LBBC’s programs, services, publications, evaluation and research, including an ongoing needs assessment of women with triple-negative and other subtypes of breast cancer. Follow LBBC on Twitter at @LivingBeyondBC.
- Roxanne Martinez is a social media marketing professional and 4-year triple-negative breast cancer survivor who had the disease while pregnant. Now cancer-free, Roxanne serves as a breast cancer patient advocate and Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation TNBC Day Champion. She hopes to educate others about the disease and help those affected by it as they navigate through their journey. She lives in Fort Worth, Texas, with her family. Follow Roxanne on Twitter at @teamr0xy.
- Rita Nanda, MD, is an assistant professor of medicine and associate director of the Breast Medical Oncology Program at the University of Chicago School of Medicine. She specializes in treating triple-negative, early-onset, hereditary and locally-advanced breast cancers. Follow the University of Chicago Cancer Center on Twitter at @UCCancerCenter.
- Leeza Park, MD, is a clinical assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Dr. Park serves as a psychiatrist for the Comprehensive Cancer Support Program at the UNC Lineberger Cancer Care Center. She has a special interest in issues related to women’s health and supportive care.
This Twitter Chat is held in collaboration with