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Events

When:

Wednesday, October 13, 2021
6:00–7:00 p.m.

Where:

Online Zoom Event
 
 

Celebration of Survivorship 2021


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

» THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS! 

Join us for our
-ONLINE- Celebration of Survivorship 2021

Wednesday, October 13, 2021
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. on Zoom
(please log into zoom 20 minutes prior to the event)

» Register for Celebration of Survivorship 2021

REGISTERED GUESTS
All Celebration of Survivorship pre-registered guests will receive a confirmation email including the Zoom link for the event.
 
NOTE: If you do not receive a confirmation email, please check your spam folders. If you still do not see the email and you have pre-registered, please contact us via email at breastcancerhotline@adelphi.edu up until 4pm on October 13th.
 
If you are unable to access the zoom event for any reason, please join us on Facebook Live at 6 pm.
 
NON-REGISTERED GUESTS
Please join us for the Celebration of Survivorship on Facebook Live at 6 pm.

Relax and get comfortable! To ensure the safety of our guests, we will be hosting our Celebration of Survivorship online and as usual at no cost to participants. The Adelphi Breast Cancer Program wants you to enjoy this inspirational and motivating event.

What do I need to participate in the
-ONLINE- CELEBRATION OF SURVIVORSHIP:

  1. A computer or smartphone (You can also connect to audio with a regular phone)
  2. Internet connection
  3. Access to Zoom

SPEAKERS FOR THE EVENING

ARLETTE HAGANS
4-year breast cancer survivor

 

 

 

 

 

Arlette Hagans was diagnosed with breast cancer in July of 2017. A four year breast cancer survivor, Arlette is a natural born Long Islander, and is a proud daughter, a mother to her adult son and daughter, and a grandmother to three amazing grandchildren. Arlette credits her strong faith to helping her survive and thrive throughout her journey with breast cancer.

Throughout her surgeries and treatment, Arlette continued to work in the field of customer service and telemarketing, helping others. Arlette is dedicated to letting other women know the importance of keeping your faith, even when times are tough and that together, anything is possible. 


LUISA JEFFERSON
7-year breast cancer survivor

 

 

 

 

 

Luisa was diagnosed with breast cancer in the summer of 2014.  After successfully completing chemotherapy treatment, she had surgery followed by radiation.  Luisa credits her family, especially her husband, for helping her get through the tough times during treatment.  Also, her job as a finance professional played a key role in keeping her mind occupied and helped her remain focused during her journey.


JULIE BICKAR NAPPI
3-year breast cancer survivor, volunteer

 

 

 

 

 

At age 45, after finding a lump accidentally while rolling over in bed, Julie Bickar Nappi was diagnosed with breast cancer that had already spread to a lymph node, despite having had a negative mammogram and ultrasound only a few months prior. Her children were ages 9 and 11 at the time and were instrumental in helping Julie get through surgery, chemo and radiation. She is now cancer-free while she continues with hormone therapy as well as participates in the national Aspirin for Breast Cancer (“ABC”) clinical trial. Both of Julie’s parents were diagnosed with later stage cancers and died too young, so she strongly encourages people to become their own advocates and educate themselves about cancer. Appearing on TV News12 in 2020 during the pandemic, Julie urged cancer screenings. Julie is a management consultant and board member at Ardmore Home Design/Made Goods; she obtained her MBA from Harvard Business School and her BS in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.  

Celebration Journal

Every year, the Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program relies on grant funding and the generosity of others to provide professional counseling, support, education and advocacy to over 10,000 individuals coping with breast cancer. All of our services are free and confidential. 

An ad in our commemorative journal will support the work of the Adelphi Breast Cancer Program. The journal will be downloadable in PDF format. It will also be emailed to all registered guests and placed on our website.
*The deadline to reserve space in our CELEBRATION JOURNAL has been extended to October 1, 2021.
 
This event is free but your support is EVERYTHING! 
  • Full Page (5.5″w x 8.5″h) $200.00 (Educational Forums)
  • Half Page (5.5″w x 4.25″h) $100.00 (One hour session with a social worker (English or Spanish)
  • Quarter Page (2.75″w x 4.25″h) $50.00 (Food card for an underserved breast cancer patient)
  • Listing in Journal $25.00 (Gift card for an underserved woman at the completion of her mammogram)

» Reserve ad space in our journal

 
Coronavirus Update: As New York is on a "pause" for social distancing purposes, all in-person events for the next several weeks have been converted to online, postponed or canceled. Please check this page as information will be updated as possible—and call ahead before any upcoming in-person events until further notice. Thanks. 

For further information, please contact:

Breast Cancer Hotline and Support Program
p – 516.877.4320
e – breastcancerhotline@adelphi.edu

Support Hotline: 800.877.8077