July 30, 2009
Seven years ago,the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance made it possible for me to transcend the label of "cancer patient" and become an advocate; it changed my life. I just attended my 8th annual OCNA conference---they keep getting better and better. OCNA is a leader in education, awareness, and advocacy in the area of ovarian cancer. I am proud to be a board member and the president of my local Ovarian Cancer Alliance of OR/SW Wa.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the education of women and health care professionals as well as legislation regarding ovarian cancer
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
MY ROLE:Board Member & I serve on the board of directors.