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Sisters Network速 Inc. National Signature Lithograph by Fine Artist Bettie K. Eubanks 2

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contents INTRODUCTION FOUNDER’S MESSAGE HISTORY NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS NATIONAL MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD CHAPTER LISTING NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS STAFF 2011 HIGHLIGHTS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS CONFERENCE 2011 STOP THE SILENCE® WALK AFFILIATE CHAPTER LIST OUTSTANDING CHAPTERS DONORS FINANCIAL SUMMARY

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KAREN JACKSON & GUEST OF SISTERS NETWORK

CFC VOLUNTEER, DONNA CLAY IN ST. LOUIS

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TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY STUDENT INTERNS SPRING 2011

KAREN JACKSON AT CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA TULSA, OK

mission Sisters NetworkÂŽ Inc. is committed to increasing local and national attention to the devastating impact that breast cancer has in the African American community.

national creed

strength power change

In unity there is

In strength there is

In power there is

ŠKEJ 1995

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founder’s message Greetings, As another year of survivorship ends, I am reflecting on the many accomplishments of Sisters Network Inc., and the lifesaving breast cancer outreach work that our national network of African American breast cancer survivors continue to do each and every day. I can say that I am truly proud and honored to be in the company of my Sisters’. For nearly two decades, Sisters Network national office, our affiliate membership base, friends & family have worked diligently to lay a strong foundation for our organization. The year 2011 was no exception. Sisters Network formed new strategic corporate and community partnerships, expanded outreach initiatives; created new national initiatives and taken our leadership and advocacy work to the next level. While many non-profits have been challenged during these tough economic times, I am proud to say Sisters Network has remained lean and fiscally strong. We are fortunate and grateful that our various streams of financial and volunteer 8

support have been maintained allowing Sisters to continue to focus on our very important national mission of educating African American women about the devastating impact of breast cancer, saving lives, and providing the advocacy of sisterhood. Leadership and advocacy is an area we gave great attention to throughout 2011. Sisters Network board of directors and national office team recognizes that we must focus our efforts on empowering our affiliate chapter leaders with the training, information, and resources they need to be successful in elevating our nationwide effort to mobilize Sisters’ membership; and to share our mission and breast cancer awareness message to African American women nationally and globally. You will continue to see our leadership and advocacy efforts rise in the coming years. As the CEO of a nationally recognized organization, I am still in awe by the lives that Sisters Network touches every day whether it is through our chapter survivor support meetings; national outreach initiatives; providing funds to a survivor and free mammograms for the general public through our Breast Cancer Assistance Program (B-CAP); or walking in unity with survivors, their families and the community during Sisters Network Stop the Silence Annual Breast Cancer 5K Walk/Run. I am always saddened when I get the call or email that we have lost another sister to breast cancer. However, it is also what inspires me and all our members to fight for a cure to this disease. As you review Sisters Network annual report, I ask you to join me as I renew my pledge and commitment to breast cancer survivorship, Sisters Network Inc, and educating the community. The African American woman’s breast cancer issue is our story, our lives and our legacy. Our time is NOW! I know together we can and will “Stop the Silence®” Yours in sisterhood and survivorship,

Karen Eubanks Jackson Founder/CEO TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN | ANNUAL REPORT

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KAREN JACKSON & KAREN RICHARDS AT FORWARD TIMES GALA HOUSTON, TX

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about us Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI) is a leading voice and the only national African American breast cancer survivorship organization in the United States supported by survivorrun affiliate chapters nationwide. Sisters Network is governed by an elected Board of Directors and assisted by an appointed Medical Advisory Committee. The organization’s purpose is to save lives and provide a broader scope of knowledge that addresses the breast cancer survivorship crisis affecting African American women around the country. As a nationally recognized organization among leading medical establishments and breast cancer physicians, Sisters Network is also recognized as a critical information and resource link to African American women. Among the organization’s trademark and successful national community based outreach programs are the Gift for Life Block Walk®Pink Ribbon Awareness Initiative and the First Ladies Brunch. These initiatives are implemented through Sisters’ affiliate chapters and are generously underwritten through corporate and community partnerships and private contributions. In April 2010, Sisters Network Inc made history by hosting the 1st National African American Breast Cancer 5K Walk /Run in Houston, Texas. The historic event will be an annual walk to Stop the Silence®, bring about breast cancer awareness and replace FEAR with HOPE as thousands of participants from across the United States walk together to find a cure. The organizations’ national slogan, “STOP THE SILENCE®,” speaks directly to the African American community and its long-standing history of not discussing cancer and other life-threatening health concerns. The slogan has been used in Social Media; Billboard and Bumper Sticker campaigns in support of Sisters’ national branding strategies. Sisters Network® Inc. strong connection, relationship and understanding of the mindset in the African American community continues to allow the organization to effectively impact, educate and heighten breast health awareness and survivorship among black women nationally and internationally. TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN | ANNUAL REPORT

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board of directors

Sisters Network® Inc. board of directors functions to govern and advise in our efforts to educate, empower and support the African American woman’s breast cancer movement.

KAREN JACKSON, CHAIR

is Founder & CEO of Sisters Network Inc (SNI), realizing her true life mission to educate, empower and support the African American woman’s breast cancer movement. Under her direction, the organization has implemented nationally recognized outreach initiatives including the only annual national African American breast cancer accredited conference. From advocate to highly sought speaker, Jackson is in demand for her personal insight and has received numerous honors and rewards on the national, regional and local levels. Jackson attended Morgan State University. She is married to Kyle Scott Jackson, has one adult child, Caleen and two granddaughters, Brianna and Alexis.

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OF DIRECTORS

BETTIE EUBANKS,,VICE CHAIR

is president and managing partner of the Viewpoint Group based in Florida. Eubanks brings an extensive marketing background to Sisters Network having been a Director of Marketing. An artist at heart, Eubanks signature image is the commissioned lithograph entitled “Sisters” which truly reflected her artistic message of sisterhood and life. Her collection has been exhibited throughout the northeastern and southern regions of the United States. Eubanks received her BA from Jersey City State University and is a Newark School of Fine Arts Scholar. She and her husband, Richard Eubanks, Sr., have two adult children, Richard Jr. and Catherine.

CAMILLE CASH, MD

is board certified in both general and plastic surgery. She is the only African American female in the State of Texas with this distinction. A significant portion of Dr. Cash’s practice is dedicated to reconstruction of the breast which allows her to routinely heal both the body and spirit. Her board commitment is to increase awareness of breast reconstruction and to help all women access this aspect of breast cancer survivorship. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She received her BS degree from Howard University, magna cum laude, and earned her Doctorate of Medicine from the Baylor College of Medicine. Dr Cash is married to Rodrick Lowe and they have three children, Lauren Shelby, Kennedy Camille and Christopher Delano Lowe.

JOHN L. GREEN, CPA, PH.D., JD, TREASURER

Attorney Green established his accounting and legal practice in Houston in 1974. The firm specializes in areas of law for accounting and income tax. He brings invaluable knowledge of non profit law and required accounting practices to the organization.

BERTIE FORD, RN

is a clinical oncology specialist with Genentech BioOncology. She has served on a variety of boards in the past including the ACS, (Franklin County Unit), the National Cancer Policy Board, the Diversity Strategic Planning Committee of NSABP and a few others. She has been most active in the Oncology Nursing Society on a local, regional and national level. She co-chaired the EDICT project team (Edict= Eliminating Disparities in Clinical Trials) for patient navigation. Her most recent appointment was to the program committee for the Education Network to Advance Cancer Clinical Trials ENACCT. She was an editor and author of the Manual for Clinical Trials Nurses, 2nd edition, which has just been published and conducted numerous presentations in healthcare disparities. Her recognitions include the Pearl Moore Making a Difference Award, a distinguished award of the National Oncology Nursing Society. Ms. Ford is a graduate of The Ohio State University.

JUDY FOSTON, MEMBER

is president and founder of Foston International, a full service multi-media company founded in 1984. After working for Fortune 500 companies nationally in sales and marketing, Foston has developed a track record spanning over 30 years in the media, community, sales, marketing, public relations, and advertising. She has created and produced a host of shows and created and executive produced: Sammy Davis, Jr. Awards TV Show for 10 years. She formed an alliance with R.W. Productions, who develops and produces compelling content for the Entertainment and Corporate Industries. Foston was president of Variety-The Children’s Charity of Houston for three years and has received many awards and recognition nationally for her work in her field and the community.

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our medical advisors

LISA A. NEWMAN, M.D., MPF, FACS Chief Medical Advisor Director, Breast Care Center Division of Surgical Oncology University of Michigan 3308 Cancer Center 1500 East Medical Center Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0932

TAMYRA COMEAUX, M.D. F.A.O.G.

LOVELL JONES, PH.D.

Natural Womens Care Board Certified Gynecologist 11811 FM 1960 Ste. 104 Houston, TX 77065

The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Centers Department of Gynecologic/Oncology Professor and Director of the Center for Research on Minority Health P.O. Box 301402, Unit 639 Houston, TX 77230-1402

HAROLD FREEMAN, M.D.

LAVINIA PATRICIA MIDDLETON, M.D.

President and Founder Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer and Prevention 1919 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10035

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Assistant Professor Department of Pathology The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center 1515 Holcombe Blvd, Box 85 Houston, TX 77030

EDITH MITCHELL, M.D., FACP Clinical Professor of Medicine and Medical Oncology Program Leader, Gastrointestinal Oncology Associate Director of Diversity Programs 33 South 10th Street #502 Philadelphia, PA 19107

C. KENT OSBORNE, M.D. Director Breast Center Baylor College of Medicine 6550 Fannin, #701 Houston, TX 77030

ANGEL AUGUSTO RODRIGUEZ, M.D. The Methodist Hospital Methodist Cancer Center’s Breast Oncology 6445 Fannin OPC-121 Houston, TX 77030

TANYA W. STEPHENS, M.D. Associate Professor of Diagnostic Radiology Department of Diagnostic Radiology The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center 1515 Holcombe Blvd Box 1350 Houston, TX 77030

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NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS STAFF

KAREN E. JACKSON FOUNDER & CEO

ERIE E. CALLOWAY

CHANDRA M. BROOKS

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

AFFILIATE RELATIONS MANAGER

ecalloway@sistersnetworkinc.org

cmbrooks@sistersnetworkinc.org

KELLY P. HODGES

L. PEARL BURTON

NATIONAL PROGRAM DIRECTOR

kphodges@sistersnetworkinc.org

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

pburton@sistersnetworkinc.org

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national programs NATIONAL AFRICAN AMERICAN BREAST CANCER CONFERENCE In 1999, Sisters broke new ground by hosting the nation’s only National African American Breast Cancer Conference which provides a broader scope of knowledge and addresses the breast cancer survivorship crisis affecting the African American woman. This national conference which attracts more than 500 participants, including nationally recognized medical experts, has been held in metropolitan cities such as; Houston, Atlanta, Detroit, Richmond, VA, Baton Rouge, LA and Chicago.

STOP THE SILENCE® 1ST NATIONAL AFRICAN AMERICAN BREAST CANCER 5K WALK In April, 2010 Sisters Network Inc. made history again by hosting the 1st National African American Breast Cancer 5K Walk /Run in Houston. The Stop the Silence® 5K Walk/Run attracted over 4,500 participants. Funds raised from Stop the Silence® will benefit Sisters Network® Inc. Breast Cancer Assistance Program (BCAP), which provides support to women facing financial challenges after breast cancer diagnosis. This program offers financial support for mammograms, medical related lodging, co-pay; office visits, prescriptions, and transportation.

PINK RIBBON AWARENESS INITIATIVE The pink ribbon is the national symbol for breast cancer awareness. The Pink Ribbon Awareness Initiative is Sisters’ national faith-based educational outreach program that reaches women in church with information on how to access breast care services and resources. The focus of this outreach is to increase the number of women obtaining mammograms and heighten their general knowledge. Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI) affiliate chapter members and community volunteers disseminate information on breast cancer to African American churches across the United States. SNI members give testimonies as survivor role models to encourage and inspire.

GIFT FOR LIFE BLOCK WALK® This nationally recognized educational outreach initiative is the Sisters Network® Inc. “Gift for Life Block Walk®”. During the months of September or October the affiliate chapters of Sisters Network Inc. collaborate with organizations, community groups, and volunteers to coordinate the promotion of breast health awareness in the African American community. This unique and innovative program allows a breast cancer survivor to partner with a volunteer and canvass door-to-door in the African American community to distribute breast health education brochures and resource information. The community has an opportunity to meet survivors, hear their stories, and experience their triumph over breast cancer. Individuals are invited to the event site to enjoy refreshments, visit breast cancer-related agencies and learn more about the resources and services available in their community. Free Mammography screenings are also offered by a mobile unit at select event sites.

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BREAST CANCER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (BCAP) BCAP provides support to women facing financial challenges after breast cancer diagnosis. This program offers free mammograms and financial support for medical related lodging, co-pay, office visits, prescriptions, and prothesis.

TWEENS IN PINK

 

This program is designed to educate tweens, girls ages 12-16, about the importance of breast health and equip them to become breast health ambassadors for their family members. Tweens will be reached through collaborations between Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI) and organizations within the community that have existing programs geared towards tween girls. Tweens in Pink consists of a presentation and a take-home component for the tweens. Tweens will be asked to collect data from women, blood relatives, in their families and input their information in a designated location on the SNI website. Incentives will be offered for the tween/group of tweens who reach their target number by the date assigned.

FIRST LADIES BRUNCH

 

The purpose of the brunch is to provide a forum to educate the faith based community on breast health issues affecting African American women in the Houston community and the pivotal role played by Sisters Network Inc. in this educational process. Research shows that in the African American community women are the care providers. Sisters Network is a viable resource to churches in the community. The First Ladies Brunch will be implemented across the United States by Sisters Network Affiliate Chapters.

ADVOCACY-501 H In 2011 Sisters Network will launch its advocacy program. This initiative will afford Sisters Network the opportunity to be more vocal as it relates to legislative policies in the areas of breast cancer clinical trials, treatment and survivorship. Using our existing constituency, coupled with our database of existing local, national and state African American organizations we will increase our outreach efforts and mobilize African American breast cancer survivors from across the United States.

YOUNG SISTERS INITIATIVE (YSI) African American women are being diagnosed with breast cancer at an early age. In an effort to address the needs of these women, Sisters Network® Inc. launched the Young Sisters Initiative (YSI). This program is designed to reach women diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 45.

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collaborations and partnerships

 

   

   

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highlights STOP THE SILENCE® 5K WALK/RUN

Members of Congress invite you to a luncheon In recognition of

Sisters Network®Inc. and the Tigerlily Foundation as we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Capitol Hill

Special Guest, Congresswoman Donna Christensen, Chair, CBC Health Braintrust

KAREN JACKSON, WILLIAMS FAMILY & CONGRESS WOMAN SHEILA JACKSON LEE

Tuesday, October 11, 2011 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Rayburn House Office Building Room B-369 Washington, DC

Please RSVP to Hazel Moran at hazel_moran@eisai.com or (202) 347-7464 by October 6, 2011

CONGRESSIONAL RECOGNITION PICTURE NEEDED

HOUSTON STYLE MAGAZINE - HAUTE SHOTS

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS

advocacy

CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA SUMMER/FALL 2011

It’s fall, and—because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month—chances are good that you’re hearing something about breast cancer in the news. If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer yourself, this focus in the media may raise questions— or you may be inspired to join some of the many awareness or advocacy efforts making headlines. If a friend or loved one is facing a diagnosis, you may wish you could direct him or her to a source to provide some insight and support. Established national breast cancer support and advocacy organizations are a good place to turn for all of these needs. Here are a few organizations

Breast Cancer Support and Advocacy By Diana Price

with comprehensive programs.

lIVING BEYoNd BrEaST CaNCEr

SISTErS NETWorK, INC.

lbbc.org (610) 645-4567

sistersnetworkinc.org (866) 781-1808

Mission: To empower all women affected by breast

Mission: Sisters Network is committed to increasing

cancer to live as long as possible with the best quality

local and national attention to the devastating impact that

of life.

breast cancer has on the African-American community.

PrograMs and services: Survivors’ Helpline at (888) 753-LBBC [5222] is staffed by trained volunteers; a breast cancer survivor answers the phone in person on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. eastern standard time. At other times callers can leave a message, and a breast cancer survivor will return the call within 24 hours. Spanish-language speakers are available. National conferences, free teleconferences, and community programs offer opportunities to learn from experts and attend events and programs with other survivors. Visit lbbc.org to learn more. Insight, Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s quarterly national newsletter, provides updates on the latest treatment options, profiles of women affected by breast cancer, and articles about such issues as nutrition, fatigue, breast cancer genetics, intimacy and sexuality, fertility and pregnancy, and more. Grants in small amounts are given to applicants in need of financial assistance. Visit lbbc.org to learn more.

PrograMs and services: Breast Cancer Assistance Program (B-CAP) has been in existence since 2006, providing financial support to women facing financial challenges after diagnosis. Pink Ribbon Awareness Initiative is a national faith-based educational outreach program. Sisters Network affiliate chapter members and volunteers reach out to women in churches, sharing their stories through testimonies and providing information about how to access breast care services and resources. Gift for Life Block Walk is a collaboration among affiliate chapters of Sisters Network and other organizations and community groups to coordinate the promotion of breast health awareness in the African-American community. The program allows breast cancer survivors to partner with volunteers and canvas door to door to distribute breast health education brochures, resource information, and pink ribbons. Free mammograms are also offered by a mobile unit at select Sisters Network affiliate chapters.

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LIGHTING OF THE SISTER HOUSE

WASHINGTON, DC EVENT SISTERS NETWORK CENTRAL VIRGINIA

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highlights BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT OF MISSOURI CITY AFFILIATE CHAPTER

SHREVEPORT, LA NEWSLETTER

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS

SISTERS NETWORK TUPELO MS EVENT 2011 – FEATURED IN TUPELO DAILY JOURNAL

SISTERS NETWORK ESSEX COUNTY

SISTERS NETWORK NASHVILLE, TN

LOUISIANA SENATE RECOGNITION

SISTERS NETWORK BALTIMORE, MD

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FIRST LADIES BRUNCH - NASHVILLE

Get ready to strut your stuff in high heels for breast cancer awareness! Breast CanCer HigH-Heel-a-tHon

An event to raise monies and awareness for Sisters Network Shreveport saturday

oCtoBer 15, 2011

8:00 - 9:00a.m. “after-party” fun at Bijou directly afterwards! Kick off your heels and dance the morning away! 4 block walk begins at intersection of Commerce and Crockett Streets in downtown Shreveport $15/entry fee sisters networK inC. is the only national african american breast cancer survivorship organization. with 44 chapters across the u.s., the organization aims to reduce the devastating impact that breast cancer has in the african american community. Proceeds from the event benefit women in the shreveport community currently battling breast cancer as well as fund educational outreach programs.

Empowered Minds - Empowered Choices Breast Cancer Symposium

Program HigHligHts Saturday, July 30, 2011 9:00 am Registration 9:30 am BREAK OUT SESSIONS:

Laughter Yoga led by Linda Ballew Using Pilates and Corrective Exercise to Build a Strong Body After Diagnosis, led by Beth Mast, PT 10:15 am Frankly Speaking About Breast Reconstruction with Robert Goulet, Jr., MD 11:00 am Frankly Speaking About Advanced Breast Cancer with Robert Goulet, Jr., MD 11:45 am Grilling for Wellness & Lunch 1:00 pm BREAK OUT SESSIONS:

Caring for Someone with Breast Cancer with Denise Johnson Miller, MD, FACS Sexuality and Cancer with Janice Leak, APRN-BC, AOCN, COCN

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ancer Support Community, Community Health Network, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Sisters Network, and Young Survivors Coalition present Empowered Minds ‑ Empowered Choices – a day-long education symposium for breast cancer survivors and co-survivors. This is an opportunity for people facing breast cancer to fellowship and learn about emerging trends in breast surgery and reconstruction from renowned breast surgeon Robert Goulet, MD of Community Breast Care. Discussions on sexuality and breast cancer, and how to care for someone with breast cancer will occur along with fun ways to keep your body healthy on your cancer journey. Included wellness programs will be Pilates, Laughter Yoga, and Grilling for Wellness. Space is limited to 60. Please call Cancer Support Community at 317-2571505 by July 28 to RSVP.

2:00 - 4:00 pm Socialization, Pampering, and other fun activities Kids Connect for children 5 - 15 years old will be available

www.cancersupportindy.org

Presented in partnership with For more information or to register, contact Crystal Brown-Tatum at (832)867-4660 or via email at cbrown5530@aol.com

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS

SISTERS NETWORK INDIANAPOLIS, IN

Community Sisters Network Inc. Greensboro Providing Breast Cancer Support for African American Women

by Nora Jones, President

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Karen Eubanks Jackson – Founder & CEO, Sisters NetworkŽ Inc. vivorship organization that addresses the needs particular to African American women. Jackson is a 17 year breast cancer survivor, who turned a personal challenge into an organization that provides standardized educational programs, support, empowerment and hope. During her personal fight to survive breast cancer, she recognized a lack of “sisterhood� in traditional organizations, a staggering breast cancer mortality rate for African Americans and limited culturally sensitive material.

In 1994, Jackson founded Sisters NetworkŽ Inc. in order to ensure that African American women diagnosed with breast cancer receive comprehensive medical care and social support. Jackson’s primary motivation was to break through the silence and shame of breast cancer that immobilizes African American women, restrict their ability to receive support services, interferes with early detection, and ultimately affects their survival rates. Under Jackson’s leadership, Sisters Network has experienced phenomenal growth resulting in over 40 survivor-run affiliate chapters, serving more than 3000 members and associate members nationwide. Sisters NetworkŽ Inc. is the leading voice in the African American woman’s fight against breast cancer. In addition, Jackson developed several national outreach initiatives, including: The Gift for Life Block WalkŽ and the Pink Ribbon Awareness Project.

Karen Eubanks Jackson became committed to “step out on faith� to lead the effort to encourage discussion, inspire the celebration of survivorship and create a sisterhood of support for African American women fighting breast cancer. Jackson, Founder & CEO of Sisters NetworkŽ Inc. (SNI) is at the helm of the nation’s only African American breast cancer sur-

Jackson is a published co-author of several works, including “Breast Diseases: A Year Book Quarterly, Vol.14 No.22003; Breast Cancer in African American Women: The Evolution of Sisters Network, Inc.; A National African American Breast Cancer Survivor Advocate Organization with Lisa A. Newman, M.D., F.A.C.S. She is in several books “Breast Cancer Black Women�, “My Mother’s Breast and Celebrating Life.� Jackson’s achievements have been recognized by the State of Texas House of Representatives and corporate America, bestowing honors that include: TNT Dramatic Difference Award; Breast Cancer Hero by Lifetime TV; JC Penney “Champion of Change�: The Jefferson Award-ABC and the Lance Armstrong “Voice of Survivorship� award. “I view Sisters’ as a beautiful work in progress. I am proud of our development and believe our future will be even brighter. Sisters’ is a magnet that attracts those who see and want to work towards a beautiful life that can enrich and save lives. It doesn’t get any better than that,� added Jackson. During the month of October, the Forward Times will highlight local breast cancer survivors involved with Sisters Network Inc. For more information, please visit www.sistersnetworkinc.org or call 713.781.0255.

Jackson is a widely recognized minority breast health advocate, promoting legislation on the state and federal level. A highly sought after speaker and expert on the African American woman’s breast cancer experience, Jackson has traveled nationally and internationally, bringing her message to the U.S. Army Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center in Germany, the National Congressional Black Caucus and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as other organizations. Jackson has been featured in numerous national newspapers, magazines, television, radio programs, and internet media outlets, inclusive of the U.S. News & World Report, the Health Network, HBO special: Cancer: Evolution to Revolution, Essence, MAMM, Jet, Heart and Soul, Breast Cancer Wellness and Web MD Health.

t was 1992 when I lost my sister to breast cancer, after being a survivor of five years. Her death was extremely painful for me, and I decided that I would do everything I could to minimize my risk of developing this detrimental disease. Unfortunately, my efforts were not enough. Fifteen years after my sister’s death, I received my own diagnosis of breast cancer. Around the same time, I was also a part of a local community group known as the Greensboro Health Disparities Collaborative, which was partnering with UNC-Chapel Hill and the Moses Cone Health System on a breast cancer research study examining breast cancer disparities among African American and White women. During the course of my treatment, I became aware of how difficult it was to remain focused and positive during the numerous doctors’ appointments, medical tests, surgery and radiation. I tried to find an African

American mentor at the American Cancer Society, but I was told that there were none available. I attended a breast cancer support group but quickly discovered that this group did not meet my needs. On top of all this, I was very much aware of the higher death rates that African American women in this country experience compared to White women. Finally, through the American Cancer Society, I was referred to an African American breast cancer survivorship group in Charlotte and in Durham known as Sisters Network. Connecting with these groups made a world of difference for me; I finally discovered the emotional support I craved from women who shared similar experiences.

The beginning of a new chapter With more than 40 Sisters Network chapters nationwide, I began to wonder why I had to seek help outside of Greensboro. It was at that moment that the inspiration was born to start a Sisters Network chapter here in Greensboro for other African American women sharing the same frustrations I experienced, and who yearned to have support from women of the same racial and cultural background.

Pink Ribbon Sunday Guilford County Women’s Journal

Sister’s Network

In July 2010, Sisters Network Greensboro was established to support and educate women in our community affected by this disease. Sisters Network Greensboro currently has more than 25 members and is quickly growing as more women in our community learn about the organization. The many common stories and experiences is what bonds the group, because the women are able to learn from and help each other. One member recalls the day she found out she had breast cancer: “I thought there was no help. I was so sad that I stayed in bed for three days. When I got a phone call from Sisters Network, I went to my first meeting. The women there told their stories. I have my family on my side, and friends, but it is nothing like having support on the outside. I am proud to be a part of this meaningful, great group of women.�

The mission of Sisters Network Greensboro is to save lives by educating women about the devastating effects of breast cancer, and to serve as a resource for health information pertinent to African American women. Our chapter is on a mission to reach out to as many women and men in this community as possible with resources and information about breast cancer, because we understand the many complexities along with the many emotions that one faces when confronted with breast cancer. Here are some of our initiatives and accomplishments.

initiatives:

l the PiNk RiBBoN iNitiAtive: An initiative that reaches out to African American churches with breast health information and invites women to join Sisters Network. l gift foR life Block

WAlk/heAlth fAiR:

An annual fundraiser to provide mammography services to women without health insurance (coming September 2011). l NAtioNAl AfRicAN

AMeRicAN BReAst cANceR 5k WAlk & RuN (Houston, Texas)

l NAtioNAl AfRicAN

AMeRicAN BReAst cAN-

coNfeReNce, May 12-15, 2011 (Baton Rouge, LA)

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aCComPlisHments: l PARticiPAtioN iN the

ReAch to RecoveRy

tRAiNiNg, which resulted in six members being trained as breast cancer mentors for women being treated at the Moses Cone Regional Cancer Center (March 2011). l PARtNeRshiP With solis WoMeN’s heAlth to provide free mammograms to uninsured women. lP ARticiPAtioN iN RelAy foR life sponsored by the American Cancer Society. l exhiBiteD AND PReseNteD at several health fairs and community events in Greensboro. Sisters Network is the only national African American breast cancer survivorship organization in the United States. It was founded in Houston, Texas, in 1994 by Karen Jackson. To learn more about Sisters Network Greensboro, please contact Nora Jones, greensboronc@ sistersnetwork.org. Sisters Network welcomes donations to support local initiatives.

Karen Jackson & Staff

Sisters Network Inc. Lights up Houston's Historic Third Ward House In Pink In Honor Of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Kelly Hodges Karen Carter Richards, Caleen Allen, Karen Jackson, and Tracy Faultry

Education saves lives

Sponsor Comerica Bank: Vanessa Reed and Irvin Ashford

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CHARITABLE GIVING MAGAZINE

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS

CERTIFICATE OF STATE RECOGNITION

CERTIFICATE OF CONGRESSIONAL RECOGNITION

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accomplishments NATIONAL OUTREACH Affiliate Chapter outreach and education programs impacted approximately 3.9 million families. Outreach methods include standardized programs, print, radio, TV, and internet.

FINANCIAL Sisters Network is financially solvent with a consistent revenue growth in 2011. Through increased outreach efforts, individual donations and pledges through the Combined Federal Campaign are consistent.

ESTABLISHED FOUR NEW CHAPTERS

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In April 2011, Sisters Network Inc. made history again by hosting the 2nd National African American Breast Cancer 5K Walk/Run in Houston, Texas. The Stop the Silence速 5K Walk/Run attracted over 6,500 participants from cities across the United States. Funds raised from Stop the Silence速 benefit Sisters Network速 Inc. Breast Cancer Assistance Program (BCAP), which provides support to women facing financial challenges after breast cancer diagnosis. This program offers free mammograms, and financial support for medical related lodging, co-pay; office visits, prescriptions and prothesis.

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CHECK PRESENTATION MU KAPPA OMEGA CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC.

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affiliate chapter outreach

SISTERS NETWORK SOLANO COUNTY, CA GIFT FOR LIFE BLOCK WALK

SISTERS NETWORK BROOKLYN, NY

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An Affiliate Chapter of Sisters Network® Inc. A National African American Breast Cancer Survivorship Organization

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Saturday, June 18, 2011 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

SISTERS NETWORK CENTRAL NEW JERSEY

Registration Fee $10.00 Registration form available at www.sistersnetworkchicagochapter.org

Roseland Community Hospital • 45 West 111th Street HEALTH FAIR SCREENINGS, INFORMATION & RESOURCES For More Information Contact ~ Sisters Network Chicago Chapter Phone 773-353-8854 • Post Office Box 497608 • Chicago, Illinois 60649-7608 • www.sistersnetworkchicagochapter.org

SISTERS NETWORK CHICAGO 36 AFFILIATE CHAPTER OUTREACH

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11:00aM-3:00PM Blood sugar screening for Diabetes Cholesterol screening Heart rhythm screening Stroke prevention education Heart Disease education How to be safe at Home living Will & advance Directives

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FRee classes offered in zumba, belly dance, hip hop and african dance. ages 5 to 105 welcome! PlUS vendors of all kinds will be in attendence.

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outstanding chapters

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SISTERS NETWORK PINK RIBBON INITIATIVE AWARD SISTERS NETWORK CENTRAL NEW JERSEY

SISTERS NETWORK MAMMOGRAM PROGRAM SISTERS NETWORK TUPELO, MS

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our donors Vickie Cooley East Alabama CFC

Regina Hall Onslow County CFC

Jasmine C Howard Midlands Area CFC

Kedrick Lewis East Alabama CFC

Darah Baker Onslow County CFC

Lateakwa Jones San Angelo Area CFC

Julius Thomas East Alabama CFC

Denise Brewers-Wells Greater North Carolina Area CFC

Paris Johnson Virginia Peninsula CFC

Shynta Gray East Alabama CFC

Gregory Whitted Greater North Carolina Area CFC

Zina A Zeigler Virginia Peninsula CFC

Terry Mims East Alabama CFC

Debra Stacks Greater North Carolina Area CFC

Danielle T Blassingame Virginia Peninsula CFC

Willie Brewster East Alabama CFC

Sonya Miller Greater North Carolina Area CFC

M.L. Jackson Virginia Peninsula CFC

Dorthy J Morgan Central Alabama CFC

Ramona Ricks Greater North Carolina Area CFC

Melanie A Dugar Virginia Peninsula CFC

Linda F Rose Central Alabama CFC

Renee Durant Greater North Carolina Area CFC

Mobolaji O Faturoti Virginia Peninsula CFC

Sharisha M Williams Central Alabama CFC

UNWANNA DABNEY Greater North Carolina Area CFC

Arethia L Childs Virginia Peninsula CFC

Natasha M May Central Alabama CFC

IVY DIXON Greater North Carolina Area CFC

Alexandria M Roberson Virginia Peninsula CFC

Brenda J Bryant Central Alabama CFC

Derrick Alston Southeastern North Carolina CFC

MICHAEL CHAPMAN Virginia Peninsula CFC

Rolanda A Jenkins Central Alabama CFC

Frances Wilson Southeastern North Carolina CFC

LaVerne Budd CFC of Southwestern-Central Virginia

Karin Brewster Central Alabama CFC

Kimina Chisolm Southeastern North Carolina CFC

MICHEAL EVANS PACE Combined Charities

Ricky D Shavers Central Alabama CFC

Lizzie West Southeastern North Carolina CFC

MATRICIA LOVETTE PACE Combined Charities

Jerrun D Sorrells Central Alabama CFC

Demeytrian Elam Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Shirley Streeter Heart of Alabama CFC

Chiava E Smith Central Alabama CFC

Janice Harris Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Sonya White Heart of Alabama CFC

Marquetta Feagins Central Alabama CFC

Jade Inman Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Roderick Alloway Heart of Alabama CFC

Pallas S Harrison Central Alabama CFC

Ephesia Snow Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Delila Mallery Heart of Alabama CFC

Ricky G Waller Central Alabama CFC

Melisa Baldon Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Janet Pray Heart of Alabama CFC

Phyllis M Roberts Central Alabama CFC

Edith Sumler Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Shaun Stuger Heart of Alabama CFC

C L Rakestraw Central Alabama CFC

Loretta Vines Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Gabriel Boyd Heart of Alabama CFC

Teshekia Malone Central Alabama CFC

Seante King Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Vaneicca Provo Heart of Alabama CFC

LaVelma D Lindsay Central Alabama CFC

Rhonda Childress Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Mary Bailey Heart of Alabama CFC

VONELLE CHERRY Okaloosa-Walton Counties CFC

Jeffrey Belton Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Danny Hodges Heart of Alabama CFC

Carlindean Madison Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Mary Bumbrey Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Cassandra Williams Heart of Alabama CFC

Angela Perry Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Shenika Howard Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Kenneth Law Heart of Alabama CFC

Markine Milner Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Ella Eugene Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Sylvia Breland SW Alabama CFC

Manlecus Day Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Trina Ethridge Southeastern North Carolina CFC

George Humphrey Southern Mississippi CFC

Neicy Hill Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Jacqueline Isles Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Lillis Kemp Southern Mississippi CFC

Hines Julie Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Janice Robinson Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Shantavia Peters Southern Mississippi CFC

Donna Miller Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Jasmine Louis Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Christopher Berry Southern Mississippi CFC

Rene Bradley Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Sherry Souinilton Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Hattie Wilson Washington County CFC

Robin Hairston Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Keana Motley Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Rodannien Tucker Ft. Leonard Wood CFC

Germaine Haywood Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Tara Lee Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Ashley Leonard Ft. Leonard Wood CFC

Breon Rogers Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

LaToi Whitted Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Rhoda Dowell Tennessee Regional CFC

Marcus Scott Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

LaQuetta Mclean Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Ethel Theresa Fennell Tennessee Regional CFC

Helena C Jackson Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Martez Kirkland Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Robert Mitchell Tennessee Regional CFC

Patrice James Columbus/Ft. Benning Regional CFC

Chiquita Illerbe Southeastern North Carolina CFC

Pamela Watts Tennessee Regional CFC

Jacqueline Sailor Coastal Georgia CFC

Edward Holmes Coastal Carolina CFC

Calandria Hypolite Greater Temple Area CFC

Chavon Clark Coastal Georgia CFC

Loren Soma Coastal Carolina CFC

Aretha Ware Greater Temple Area CFC

Joyce Larry Coastal Georgia CFC

William D Paige Midlands Area CFC

James Wade Eastern Panhandle CFC

Cynthia Howard Coastal Georgia CFC

Charlone C Williams Midlands Area CFC

Gwenorva p Dennison NE Florida/SE Georgia Regional CFC

Rena Adonis Coastal Georgia CFC

Frederick O Price Midlands Area CFC

Linda Johnson NE Florida/SE Georgia Regional CFC

Cecilia Pierce Coastal Georgia CFC

Bernedine T Davis Midlands Area CFC

Richard l Scott NE Florida/SE Georgia Regional CFC

Lesley Smalls Coastal Georgia CFC

Rahjaunn R.T. Campbell Midlands Area CFC

Remona A Thomas NE Florida/SE Georgia Regional CFC

Renee Atkins Coastal Georgia CFC

Terry C Green Midlands Area CFC

Dorothy i West NE Florida/SE Georgia Regional CFC

Takeita Prigen Coastal Georgia CFC

Joseph G Madison Midlands Area CFC

Janet White NE Florida/SE Georgia Regional CFC

Dios Patterson Coastal Georgia CFC

Larcennia Simpson Midlands Area CFC

Donna Calloway North Coast Ohio CFC

Wekena Glover Northwest Louisiana CFC

Carina D Battle Midlands Area CFC

Carmel Griffin North Coast Ohio CFC

Kathy Cuffie Northwest Louisiana CFC

Telissa Nowell Midlands Area CFC

Gina Gweylen North Coast Ohio CFC

Patricia A. Florence Western Massachusetts CFC

Monica D Newell Midlands Area CFC

Angela Andrews Tennnessee Valley CFC

Wanda F Powell Mid-Michigan CFC

Hilary D Casey Midlands Area CFC

Geraldine Telford Tennnessee Valley CFC

Tamala Flemings Onslow County CFC

Cameron J Wesley, Sr. Midlands Area CFC

Elaine Monroe Tennnessee Valley CFC

Cora Dunn Onslow County CFC

Timothy W Foster Midlands Area CFC

Delores Davis Tennnessee Valley CFC

Brenda Porch Onslow County CFC

Adrieana A Harrell Midlands Area CFC

David Price Tennnessee Valley CFC

Calvin Smartt Onslow County CFC

Patty W Howe-Thomas Midlands Area CFC

Constance s Jones Tennnessee Valley CFC

Theodis Jones Onslow County CFC

Regina A Dilbert Midlands Area CFC

Keith Cromartie Tennnessee Valley CFC

Ruby Pree Onslow County CFC

Renee K Lewis Midlands Area CFC

BELINDA TRIPLETT Tennnessee Valley CFC

Jacqueline Allen Onslow County CFC

Aishayla K Derouen Midlands Area CFC

Vernon g Helton Arizona CFC

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Lisa a Nunnally Arizona CFC

Regenia Fachan Dawson Central Savannah River Area CFC

Helen Champion Jackson Metropolitan Area CFC

Doris m Griffin Arizona CFC

Phallenehal Roach Central Savannah River Area CFC

Rosamary Stansbury Gateway CFC

Angelia Farnell Arizona CFC

Sherri Tillman Central Savannah River Area CFC

Eva Jeter Gateway CFC

Melva Bost Arizona CFC

Mary Rickerson Central Savannah River Area CFC

DENISE SAMPSON Gateway CFC

John R Graves Maricopa County CFC

Carol Dance Central Savannah River Area CFC

Sheila Harrison Gateway CFC

Melissa Berry Maricopa County CFC

Rheba Guest Central Savannah River Area CFC

Monica Oldham Gateway CFC

James Ewing CFC of Greater Arkansas

Warren O’brien Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Lisa Harlan Gateway CFC

Louis Gray CFC of Greater Arkansas

Lashawnda Walters Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Dana Manuel Gateway CFC

Rita Jones CFC of Greater Arkansas

Dawn Wilson Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Yvette Smith Gateway CFC

Geneva Hamilton North Coast Ohio CFC

Michael Maxwell Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Thomas Rodgers Gateway CFC

Donald Thomas SoCal CFC

Darda Dixon Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Cassandra Barron- Rodgers Gateway CFC

Alicia Monroy SoCal CFC

Kevin Moffett Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Terry Walker Gateway CFC

Stephnia Campbell SoCal CFC

Doris Rogers Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Norvella Ross Gateway CFC

Douglas Woods SoCal CFC

Salena R Mabins Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Ronald Crigler Gateway CFC

Konisha Casborn SoCal CFC

Laquita M Jordan Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Frank Enlow Gateway CFC

Victoria Thompson SoCal CFC

Jerleisa Warner Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Nikki Royal Gateway CFC

Rayneice Jarvis SoCal CFC

Cassandr Shannon Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Brittany Jones Gateway CFC

Byron Charles SoCal CFC

Britany Thornton Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Kanisha Coleman Gateway CFC

Justin Singletary SoCal CFC

Raymond Sewell Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Sarah Crigler Gateway CFC

Morris Williams SoCal CFC

Carnell Oneal Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Latosha Baker Gateway CFC

Lederrick Noel SoCal CFC

Shelley Moise Hawaii-Pacific Area CFC

Amie L Phillips South Jersey CFC

Shirley Duke SoCal CFC

Sandra L Minter North Coast Ohio CFC

Caryn Davis South Jersey CFC

Brenda Johnson SoCal CFC

Tiel Pope North Coast Ohio CFC

Brandon Griffin Cherry Point CFC

James Mayfield SoCal CFC

Earlene Jackson Greater Indiana CFC

Jennifer Stewart Cherry Point CFC

Angela Figgs SoCal CFC

Arnell Highbaugh Greater Indiana CFC

Regina Neal-Mujahid Ohio River Valley CFC

Angela Crabtree SoCal CFC

Nina Coley Greater Indiana CFC

Evette Hunter Ohio River Valley CFC

Sandra Matthis SoCal CFC

Myra Hoye Greater Indiana CFC

Steven Manning Central Oklahoma CFC

Audria Perry SoCal CFC

DeAndrea Hill Greater Indiana CFC

Whitney Ward Central Oklahoma CFC

Labonnie Taylor SoCal CFC

CRYSTAL BROWN Greater Indiana CFC

Ronnie Macarther Central Oklahoma CFC

Keith Webb SoCal CFC

Christine Lindsey Greater Indiana CFC

Belinda G Pigg Central Oklahoma CFC

Luz Stiles CFC Norcal

Carla Saunders Ft . Campbell CFC

Anthony Phea Central Oklahoma CFC

Ayeisha Rivera CFC Norcal

Florine Reed Ft . Campbell CFC

Tamunusisi Legg-Jack Central Oklahoma CFC

Patricia Thompson CFC Norcal

Florence Mason Ft . Campbell CFC

Ndip Akem Central Oklahoma CFC

LaSandra Crockett CFC Norcal

Harvey Sims Ft . Campbell CFC

Desiree Freeman Pacific Northwest CFC

Melna Jones CFC Norcal

Erica Williamy Ft . Campbell CFC

Bridgett Walters Pacific Northwest CFC

Sharriecca Barnett Central Valley/Sierra CFC

Rodenclo Jones Ft . Campbell CFC

Beverly Vanderhorst 3 Rivers/Pennsylvania West CFC

Karen Woods So Cal Tri-County CFC

Wallace Goodwin Ft . Campbell CFC

Cecilia Cecil 3 Rivers/Pennsylvania West CFC

Trey A Sanders So Cal Tri-County CFC

Melvin Williams Ft . Campbell CFC

SHARON CAMPBELL 3 Rivers/Pennsylvania West CFC

Naomi M Allen So Cal Tri-County CFC

Micah Hughes Ft . Campbell CFC

Joshua Noble Lowcountry CFC

Gearetta Brown So Cal Tri-County CFC

Michelle Bennett Fort Polk -Central Louisiana CFC

Venita Jones Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex CFC

Monet Robinson CFC of the Pikes Peak Region

Nakisha Susberry Fort Polk -Central Louisiana CFC

Alice Bell Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex CFC

Willie Casey CFC of the Pikes Peak Region

Michael Hayes Fort Polk -Central Louisiana CFC

Renita Tinsley Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex CFC

Jamarria Hughey CFC of the Pikes Peak Region

Victoria Donaldson Fort Polk -Central Louisiana CFC

Paula Wines Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex CFC

Terri E Harrison North Coast Ohio CFC

Roderick Meddlebrooks Fort Polk -Central Louisiana CFC

William Coutee Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex CFC

Alonza Hardman Northwest Florida CFC

Loria Jackson Fort Polk -Central Louisiana CFC

Theophilus Darden Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex CFC

Samone Staton EscaRosa CFC

Natalie Nelson Fort Polk -Central Louisiana CFC

Carolyn Marshall Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex CFC

Jerome Zaid EscaRosa CFC

Donny Rogers Louisiana Middle District CFC

Mirenda Kirksey Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex CFC

Jahara Basden EscaRosa CFC

Cory R Webb Louisiana Middle District CFC

Darin Lucas Ft. Hood CFC

Bianca Freeman EscaRosa CFC

Terri Wilson Louisiana Middle District CFC

Walter Jr. Lockwood Ft. Hood CFC

Deniqua Freddie EscaRosa CFC

Christina Boyd-Brown CFC of Western MD

Billie Stokes Ft. Hood CFC

Mary L Mason EscaRosa CFC

Crystal Moore CFC of Eastern Massachusetts

Sequoya Smart Ft. Hood CFC

Flora Sturdivant EscaRosa CFC

Jocelyn Davis Southeastern Michigan Area CFC

Natalia Clark Ft. Hood CFC

Tracey Kinton North Coast Ohio CFC

Kimberley Washington Southeastern Michigan Area CFC

David Hggins Jr. Rio Grande Valley CFC

Stephanie Gregory Suncoast CFC

Tumura Porter Southeastern Michigan Area CFC

Lisa Bellany Intermountain CFC

Kendrika Ratcliffe Suncoast CFC

Latasha Loyd Southeastern Michigan Area CFC

Sonia Morman Intermountain CFC

Sandra R Fletcher Suncoast CFC

Annie Mosley Southeastern Michigan Area CFC

Revisa Bell Greater Olympic Peninsula CFC

Leslie Huggins Suncoast CFC

Leslie Wilson-Smith Southeastern Michigan Area CFC

Ascia Harrison Greater Olympic Peninsula CFC

Mary Mells Suncoast CFC

Shonteka Smith Western Michigan CFC

Ronald Harrell King County CFC

Barbara Smith Southwest Georgia CFC

Annette Hamilton Northern Lights CFC

Christopher M Pruett CFC of South Puget Sound

La Verne N Grooms Central Savannah River Area CFC

Traci Wilson Northern Lights CFC

Patrice Ingram CFC of South Puget Sound

Henry Thompson, III Central Savannah River Area CFC

Tuanya Watkins Northern Lights CFC

Anthony Robinson CFC of South Puget Sound

Jeannette Young Central Savannah River Area CFC

Sabrina Williams Jackson Metropolitan Area CFC

Kim Robinson North Coast Ohio CFC

Patrick Henry Central Savannah River Area CFC

Audrey Hall Jackson Metropolitan Area CFC

Sabrina Rodgers North Coast Ohio CFC

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our donors Chaunda Tolbert North Coast Ohio CFC

Ashatai Watson CFC of New York City

Camille Keith CFC of the National Capital Area

Oscar Whitworth North Coast Ohio CFC

Valerie Wright - Harvey CFC of New York City

Elizabeth Key CFC of the National Capital Area

Donna Wiley North Coast Ohio CFC

Jesse Ware Greater Chattanooga Area CFC

Crystal Lewis CFC of the National Capital Area

Kimberley Homer Big Bend CFC

Imani Lockhart Greater Chattanooga Area CFC

Kelli Linear CFC of the National Capital Area

Kimbley Gray Middle Georgia Area CFC

Chasity RayBon Greater Chattanooga Area CFC

Natasha Lyles CFC of the National Capital Area

Charles Mithcell Middle Georgia Area CFC

Lorie Lockett Greater Chattanooga Area CFC

Gary Martin CFC of the National Capital Area

Sharon Kornegay Middle Georgia Area CFC

Lucas Ruff Central Virginia Area CFC

Crystal Miller CFC of the National Capital Area

Chelsea Taylor Middle Georgia Area CFC

Willie Nelson Central Virginia Area CFC

Valerie Mills CFC of the National Capital Area

Curley Coleman Middle Georgia Area CFC

Alberta Williams Central Virginia Area CFC

Cheryl Moore CFC of the National Capital Area

Jacqueline Poindexter Middle Georgia Area CFC

Carla Smith Central Virginia Area CFC

Juanita Morton CFC of the National Capital Area

Kevins Jones Middle Georgia Area CFC

Christy Richardson Central Virginia Area CFC

Abeni Ogun CFC of the National Capital Area

Monica Davis Middle Georgia Area CFC

Julia Muldrow Central Virginia Area CFC

Sherry Paige CFC of the National Capital Area

Shena Fruitrail Middle Georgia Area CFC

Latrice Holmes Central Virginia Area CFC

Shelita Pierce CFC of the National Capital Area

Vernita Walker Middle Georgia Area CFC

Michelle Brooks Central Virginia Area CFC

Shavonne Reed CFC of the National Capital Area

Shantell Hall Illowa Bi-State CFC

Millicent Ferrell Central Virginia Area CFC

Morrisa Rice CFC of the National Capital Area

Tammy Vesey Illowa Bi-State CFC

Nieta Scott-Dunmore Central Virginia Area CFC

Celeste Riley CFC of the National Capital Area

Jamoya Jemison Heart of the Midlands CFC

Sonya Williams Central Virginia Area CFC

Nicole Roorda CFC of the National Capital Area

Anthony Mays Heart of the Midlands CFC

Sylvia Johnson Central Virginia Area CFC

Sonya Samuel CFC of the National Capital Area

Ruben Pang Northern New Jersey CFC

Tonja Ancrum Central Virginia Area CFC

Yvette Sandy CFC of the National Capital Area

Lynne Carson Northern New Jersey CFC

Tinisha Agramonte CFC of the National Capital Area

Carleata Smith CFC of the National Capital Area

Tareyah Kennerly Northern New Jersey CFC

Jonathan Alston CFC of the National Capital Area

Dana Smith CFC of the National Capital Area

Dina Polanco Northern New Jersey CFC

Kathy Applewhite Brawne CFC of the National Capital Area

Delores Taylor CFC of the National Capital Area

Desiree Hardwick Northern New Jersey CFC

Edlynn Atkins CFC of the National Capital Area

Anne Toure CFC of the National Capital Area

Yasima Dyson Northern New Jersey CFC

James Baker CFC of the National Capital Area

Cassaundra Vega CFC of the National Capital Area

Rosalind Clark Northern New Jersey CFC

Kevin Barnes CFC of the National Capital Area

Trenice Vinson CFC of the National Capital Area

Judy Wooten Northern New Jersey CFC

Tia Belton CFC of the National Capital Area

Denise Wallace CFC of the National Capital Area

April Leak Northern New Jersey CFC

Larry Bennett CFC of the National Capital Area

Andre Washington CFC of the National Capital Area

Kisha Smith Northern New Jersey CFC

Karen Beverly CFC of the National Capital Area

Carole Washington CFC of the National Capital Area

Brenda Ricks Northern New Jersey CFC

Richard Bowling CFC of the National Capital Area

Howard White CFC of the National Capital Area

Ina Greene Northern New Jersey CFC

Anthony Briley CFC of the National Capital Area

Juliette White CFC of the National Capital Area

Latonya Waldon Northern New Jersey CFC

Robert Brinkley CFC of the National Capital Area

Terika Williams CFC of the National Capital Area

Wendy McGill Northern New Jersey CFC

Ulysses Bunch CFC of the National Capital Area

La Verne Witt CFC of the National Capital Area

Yvonne Covington Northern New Jersey CFC

Marilyn Byrd CFC of the National Capital Area

Shirley Wright CFC of the National Capital Area

Monica Fields Northern New Jersey CFC

Ranise Caldwell CFC of the National Capital Area

Vickie Writt CFC of the National Capital Area

Deron Harris Northern New Jersey CFC

Tomeka Campbell-Turley CFC of the National Capital Area

Tiffany Miles CFC of the National Capital Area

Cushmeer Muhammad Northern New Jersey CFC

Donna Cardwell CFC of the National Capital Area

Amanda Ricrs CFC of the National Capital Area

Donald Collins Northern New Jersey CFC

Cynthia Carlisle CFC of the National Capital Area

Jocelyn Harris CFC of the National Capital Area

Edward Johnson Northern New Jersey CFC

Sonya Carter CFC of the National Capital Area

Michelle Hopkins CFC of the National Capital Area

Greg Riley Northern New Jersey CFC

Ernita Champion Collins CFC of the National Capital Area

Wendy Wilson CFC of the National Capital Area

Rodney Scales Northern New Jersey CFC

Kianna Cheek CFC of the National Capital Area

Laina Bryant-Brown CFC of the National Capital Area

Levenia DeBerry Northern New Jersey CFC

Sheri Corley CFC of the National Capital Area

Lydia Kenlaw CFC of the National Capital Area

Deirdre Venable Northern New Jersey CFC

Amanda Creekmore CFC of the National Capital Area

Trina Stewart CFC of the National Capital Area

Diane Barnes Northern New Jersey CFC

James Decoster CFC of the National Capital Area

Robin Hobbs CFC of the National Capital Area

JoAnn Williams Northern New Jersey CFC

Cynthia Dixon CFC of the National Capital Area

Yvonne Jones CFC of the National Capital Area

Joanne Deberry Northern New Jersey CFC

Keisha Dyson CFC of the National Capital Area

Cynthia Davis CFC of the National Capital Area

Patricia Roberson Northern New Jersey CFC

Robin Evans CFC of the National Capital Area

Shirley Foster CFC of the National Capital Area

Savonia Jenkins Northern New Jersey CFC

Karen Giles CFC of the National Capital Area

Myra Young CFC of the National Capital Area

Sheila Robinson Northern New Jersey CFC

Janice Gross CFC of the National Capital Area

Arthur Joseph CFC of the National Capital Area

Yvonne McPherson Northern New Jersey CFC

Denise Hairston CFC of the National Capital Area

Shuntego Russell CFC of the National Capital Area

Marie Joseph CFC of New York City

Diane Harris CFC of the National Capital Area

Kevin Curry CFC of the National Capital Area

Latrice Skipper CFC of New York City

Michelle Harris CFC of the National Capital Area

Deneen Taylor CFC of the National Capital Area

Sandra Boyd CFC of New York City

Lashawn Hatcher CFC of the National Capital Area

Paul Whitfield CFC of the National Capital Area

Kelly Martin CFC of New York City

Taffene Hollingsworth CFC of the National Capital Area

Bennie Williams CFC of the National Capital Area

Winifred Santiago CFC of New York City

Ameelah Isley CFC of the National Capital Area

Gabriele Tyler CFC of the National Capital Area

Thomas Merritt CFC of New York City

Valerie Jackson CFC of the National Capital Area

Agnes Taylor CFC of the National Capital Area

Jerusha Gardner CFC of New York City

Alyssa Johnson CFC of the National Capital Area

Kenneth Pittman CFC of the National Capital Area

David McIntosh CFC of New York City

Carolyn Johnson CFC of the National Capital Area

Tess Jackson CFC of the National Capital Area

Yvette Brown CFC of New York City

Lateau Jones CFC of the National Capital Area

Sheilah Boyd CFC of the National Capital Area

Alicia Murray CFC of New York City

Rhonda Jones CFC of the National Capital Area

Rhonda Jones CFC of the National Capital Area

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Kineta Rotan CFC of the National Capital Area

Edward Glover Chicago Area CFC

Mia Porch Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Beverly Sumpter CFC of the National Capital Area

Rashonda Gunn Chicago Area CFC

Faye Reid Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Doris Williams CFC of the National Capital Area

Britisha Hardin Chicago Area CFC

Brandy Santoyo Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Jo Anne Edwards CFC of the National Capital Area

William Jackson Chicago Area CFC

Latrece Shallowhorn Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Shirley Hunter CFC of the National Capital Area

Nicole Jennings Chicago Area CFC

Wendell Tatum Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Patricia Plummer CFC of the National Capital Area

Sharon Lynn Chicago Area CFC

Jervinia Thomas Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Traci Stith CFC of the National Capital Area

Anita Maney Chicago Area CFC

Kevin Thompson Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Crystal Wilkerson CFC of the National Capital Area

Cheryl Peay-washington Chicago Area CFC

Jeffrey Tresvant Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Genesta Belton CFC of the National Capital Area

Markeita Peden Chicago Area CFC

Caleshia Walker Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Shirlyn Baker CFC of the National Capital Area

Michelle L. Rice Chicago Area CFC

Maxine West Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Alexis Johns CFC of the National Capital Area

Lela Vance-Glover Chicago Area CFC

Commoleeta Whitworth Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Rhonda Caldwell CFC of the National Capital Area

Kenneth M. Watson Chicago Area CFC

Kimberly Williams-Mason Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Crystal Lesesne CFC of the National Capital Area

Carmen West Chicago Area CFC

Camillia Young Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Alfred Francis Overseas CFC

R Woodard-Vincent Chicago Area CFC

Robin Fredrickson CFC of N. Central KY-S IN-Ft. Knox

Antonia Hargrore Overseas CFC

Carol Cook Chicago Area CFC

Ernestine Willis CFC of N. Central KY-S IN-Ft. Knox

Barrette Graves Overseas CFC

Tiffany Lowe Chicago Area CFC

Schnica McLeod CFC of N. Central KY-S IN-Ft. Knox

Daphne Givens Overseas CFC

Crystal Coleman Chicago Area CFC

Tyrone Edwards CFC of N. Central KY-S IN-Ft. Knox

Ebony Chestang Overseas CFC

Betty McBee Chicago Area CFC

Selina Calhoun CFC of N. Central KY-S IN-Ft. Knox

Jaquio Godbott Overseas CFC

Linda Morris Chicago Area CFC

Lakeshia Schwalm CFC of N. Central KY-S IN-Ft. Knox

Jazmen Wilson Overseas CFC

LISA MARLOW Chicago Area CFC

Cynthia Walker Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Kenrick Taitt Overseas CFC

Kimberly Owens Chicago Area CFC

Venus St.Louis Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Lawrence Prier Overseas CFC

Anne Robinson Chicago Area CFC

Tamika Foulke Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Mercedes Bernard Overseas CFC

Victoria Motley Lake County Illinois CFC

Victoria Rose Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Mia Dasher Overseas CFC

Gabriel Young Lake County Illinois CFC

Kishara Allen Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Michael Thompson Overseas CFC

Courtney Shelton Niagara Frontier CFC

Marie Wright Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Michele Washington Overseas CFC

Deloris Leach Niagara Frontier CFC

Catherine Kelly Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Nicole Mealing Overseas CFC

Karol Pittman CFC of Western North Carolina

Monique Lockett Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Quintelleo Grant Overseas CFC

Mary Stephens Central Ohio and West Virginia CFC

Carmela Wilson-Styles Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Ray Brooks Overseas CFC

Monclell Robinson Central Ohio and West Virginia CFC

Wanda Feagen Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Sabrina Wilson Overseas CFC

Gwendolyn Phillips Central Ohio and West Virginia CFC

Pamela McDonald Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Shawn Croon Overseas CFC

Rosie Worles-Gentry Central Ohio and West Virginia CFC

Latoya Murry Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Sheri Simmons Overseas CFC

Ebony Reid CFC of the N. Shenandoah Valley

Kateela Smith Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Sheria Morgan Overseas CFC

Sherita Deal-Carroll CFC of Delaware

Shakia Booth Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Shondra Wiggins Overseas CFC

Valarie Brooks CFC of Delaware

PS Lewis Chesapeake Bay Area CFC

Suzanne Smith Overseas CFC

Sylvia Devese CFC of Delaware

Enid Contreras Nevada CFC

Charlene Robinson Overseas CFC

Gwendolyn Lovett CFC of Delaware

Joshua Sallee Nevada CFC

Raeleshia Crowder Harris Overseas CFC

Lloyd Washington, Sr. CFC of Delaware

Valentina Davis San Antonio Area CFC

Tracey Matthews Overseas CFC

Susie White CFC of Delaware

Steven Dunn San Antonio Area CFC

Brenda Watson Overseas CFC

Camela Williams CFC of Delaware

Tiajuana Greenwood San Antonio Area CFC

Destiny Jeffries Overseas CFC

Ellen Grimes NJ PECC - Gloucester County

Dana Hannon San Antonio Area CFC

Latoya Richard Overseas CFC

LaVanyia Mitchell NJ PECC - Gloucester County

Retonja Jackson San Antonio Area CFC

Michael Selvey Overseas CFC

Alesia Atkinson Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Yolanda Lyle San Antonio Area CFC

Sandra Coombs-Walters Overseas CFC

Taiyana Ballard Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Berttara Singleton San Antonio Area CFC

Sao David Overseas CFC

Lashema Barnes Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Shakira Smith San Antonio Area CFC

Wendell Jackson Overseas CFC

Robin Briggs Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Shimeca Tillis San Antonio Area CFC

Nekita Jenkins Overseas CFC

LaShonda Carter-Waterman Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

April Torrey San Antonio Area CFC

Adrain Hughley Overseas CFC

Tamera Fitzgerald-Thurmond Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Jonathan Owens San Antonio Area CFC

Dexter Williams Overseas CFC

Karensa Foxx Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Jarrell Bell San Antonio Area CFC

Garrett Toney Overseas CFC

Shawnn Fuller Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Tajalyn Steele San Antonio Area CFC

Keshia Scott Overseas CFC

Demetrius Hadnot Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

John Gaines San Antonio Area CFC

Levuris Smith Overseas CFC

Tiffiney Hill Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Mary Beard San Antonio Area CFC

Nickilee Jonas Overseas CFC

Renee Jenkins Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Adrienne Harmon San Antonio Area CFC

Shuntanna Armstrong Overseas CFCAudrey Bruce NC SECC-Raleigh

Pamela Johnson Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Denita Guthery San Antonio Area CFC

Pamela Christie-Tabron NC SECC-Raleigh

Courtney Jones Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Brandon Johnson San Antonio Area CFC

Gregory Cole NC SECC-Raleigh

Charity Jones Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Anthony Fries South Hampton Roads CFC

Julie Ivy NC SECC-Raleigh

Lynette Lane Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Chanel Collins South Hampton Roads CFC

Darlene Laws NC SECC-Raleigh

Ann Lavender Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Charles Banks South Hampton Roads CFC

Kimberly Nixon Ritler NC SECC-Raleigh

Tracy Lemle Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Damien Smith South Hampton Roads CFC

Kenisha Riley NC SECC-Raleigh

L Maroney Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Dawn Allen South Hampton Roads CFC

Emma Robinson NC SECC-Raleigh

Ladenta Martin Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Georgia Logan South Hampton Roads CFC

Timothy Bernard Chicago Area CFC

A McGee Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Gerald Dew South Hampton Roads CFC

LaToya Clark Chicago Area CFC

Rosetta Obs Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Irene Bailey South Hampton Roads CFC

Georgia Floyd Chicago Area CFC

Doris Owens Greater Los Angeles Area CFC

Jerome Allen South Hampton Roads CFC

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our donors KENDRA DUNNINGTON South Hampton Roads CFC

Josephine Davis Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Karen Brown

LEOTIS MCCRAY South Hampton Roads CFC

Karen Potter Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Collette Brown

Lorren Williams South Hampton Roads CFC

Katherine Tatum Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Alice Byrd Webb

Robin Albertson South Hampton Roads CFC

Kay Hughes Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Nathene Caldwell

Shawn Seabron South Hampton Roads CFC

Kim Ward Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Wanda Carpenter

Shereice Thomas South Hampton Roads CFC

Kimberly Tyler Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Nelva W. Cary

Tanika Bordleo South Hampton Roads CFC

Kira Moore Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Camille Cash, MD

Tiasia Boothe South Hampton Roads CFC

Latonya Smith Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Hannah Chow

Kevin Brooks South Hampton Roads CFC

Linda Bozeman Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Evette Clark

Rufus Folston South Hampton Roads CFC

Lovasia Clemente Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Nettie Coad

Paulette Smith South Hampton Roads CFC

Lynette Cashaw-Davis Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tamitria Collins

Lesa Archie-Barnes South Hampton Roads CFC

Lynette Hillery Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Pamela Cornier

Yvonne Parker South Hampton Roads CFC

Lynnita Martin Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Selwyn Cullars

Kishawn Forbes South Hampton Roads CFC

Margeretta Ezell Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Nathaniel Davis, Jr.

Octavia Cabbagestalk South Hampton Roads CFC

Melissa Cowell Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Ralph Dickens

Jonathan Dickerson South Hampton Roads CFC

Nadine Hills Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Gladys Dixon

Kevin Galmore South Hampton Roads CFC

Nekita Ford Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Machelle Dixon

Christopher Johnson South Hampton Roads CFC

Nichol Ross Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Pami Durley

Tomika LaRue South Hampton Roads CFC

Pearl Jones Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

David L Edwards

SANDRA RICHARDSON Michigan State Employee Campaign

Peggy Canada Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Patricia Edwards

Jaquese Lewis Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Rhonda Cooper Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Darlene Enecallegari

Jeanette Brooks Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Sharlene Chance Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Yolanda Eugere

Kristin Reid Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Sharon Howell Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Kae M. Fenster

Alvin Phillips Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Shelly Nichols Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Latosha Gilbert

Brian Kirksey Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Sonji Grant Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Evelyn Graham

Christopher Baker Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Stacee Hall Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Ellen Raye Graham

Darin Hill Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tamara Hightower Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Bernita Gray

Donald Redwood Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tammy Taylor Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tiffany Green

Jeffrey Byrd Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tanya Wright Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Ruthie Hagger

John Williams Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tiffany Diggs Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Annie Hale

Kenneth Thomas Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tiffany Ridley Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Yakina Y. Hamilton

Michael Hill Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Timikal Bobo Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tina Harvey

Steven Arnold Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tina Coconougher Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Mae Hobbs

Thomas Gentry Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Toriene Johnson Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Cynthia Hodge

Willard Browner Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tracey White Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tanya Holden

Judith Cunningham Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Valerie Alloy Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Betty Hunter

Andrea Carroll Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Vanessa Wright Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Kelly Irving

Anna Johnson Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Wanda Ellis Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Terry Jackson

Ariel Dowdell Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Yolanda Barker Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Charlene A. James

Basheerah Azeez Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Nasandra Wright Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Helen O. Jefferson

Belinda Crutcher Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Tashina Banner Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Yvonne Johnson

Bonnie Haggins Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Catrina Alexander Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Yvonne Johnson

Carletta Johnson Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Caroline Brown-Fisher Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Nora Jones

Carmella Davidson-Barber Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Pamela Cleggett Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Mary S. Jones

Carol Stinnett Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Phillip Davis Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Lilian Kilpatrick

Cassaundria Johnson Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Demeiria Johnson Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Patricia King

Crystal Mosley Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Vernon Price Jr Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Patricia King

Cynthia Linder Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Alsheena Vaughn Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Sally S Lacour

Debra Payne Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Monique Ware-Jaquez Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Joyce Lane

Dwaynette Jones Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Rickey Walton Illinois State Emp.Combined Appeal

Laureen G. Lee

Felicia Crawford Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Lionell B. Anderson

Debra A. Lewis

Gloria Flood Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Helen Anderson

E. Diane Lindley

Gwendolyn Bell Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Horace Armstrong

Deon Loftis

Jacqueline Salters Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Ann Bangilan

Vivian Lois Harrison

Jana Tolliver Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Paula L. Bausley

Wanda Martin

Janice Amoako Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Benita Benjamin

Yvonne Martin

Jeanette Martin Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

E.M. Besiant

C. McCain

Joan Ridgeway Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Astrid Beyleved

Gwendolyn R. McCall

Joselynn Burnett Ohio State Combined Charitable Camp

Selwyn Blanchard, CPA

Joyce M. McCowan

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Marsha L. McCray

Cedric Glover

Namaste Laboratories, LLC

Boris L. Milles

Linzola Winzer

Dept of Navy-Comfleact Chaplains

J. Otis Mitchell

Beverly Ann Frazier

AKA- Alpha Kappa Omega Chapter

Rose M. Mitchell

Sulabha Hardikar

A L Stamps

Peggy Moore

Gary Pemberton

Black Nurses Assn. Of Greater Houston

Peggy Moore

Tanya W Stephens, MD

The Refreshing Church

Dorothy M. Moses

Kimberly Gore

Sisters Network Inc.- Austin Chapter

Erica Moshay

Stacy Lindley

DST-Metropolitan Dallas Alumnae Chapter

Athill Muhammad

Arnell Johnson

McGovern Allergy And Asthma Clinic, P.A.

John Jr. Munzo

Nathalie Guidry

YL Trucking Inc.

Xuan Nguyen

Wanda Wilridge

GOGO Business Communication, Inc.

Joyce B. Pasia

Waverly Nolley

Charmingly Pink

Frances Patterson

Dane McAlpin

Sigma Gamma Rho, Gamma Sigma chapter

Frances Patterson

Janice Richardson

Adventure Seekers Scuba Diving Club Foundation

Viola Patterson

Cynthia Duff thomas

Women of Faith Kashmere Gardens Missionary Baptist Church

Brenda Peters

Liana Rebolla

Bay Area Houston Delta Sigma Theta

Brenda Peters

Robin Burgon

John Hopkins Federal Credit Union

Carolyn Peterson

Tanya Wilkerson

Alpha Gamma Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc

Duc H. Phan

Dr Louis Rutland

The Imani School

Sonya Powe

David Dickinson

Holy Family Catholic Church

Annie Pumphrey

Jacqueline Berry, MD

Houston Chapter Jack and Jill of America, Inc

Annie Pumphrey

Calvin Griner Jr

Black Female Development Circle, Inc

Priscilla Ratcliff

Cynthia Ford

Lyons Unity Missionary Baptist Church

Frances Raye Jackson

Kalestine Butler

Gordon & Daniella Harris Foundation Inc

Lena C. Richardson

Cedric Simon

Comerica Bank

Carol Kiefer Rosenblum

Joi Hollis

United Airlines Foundation

Sheryl Ross

Dr Michelle Barker

Kids II Foundation Inc

Sheryl Ross

Yolanda Daniel

Prairie View A&M University

J. Donald Rozier

Robert McCardell

Jona Sargent

Kimberly Aitch

Jennifer Schaal

Borris Miles

Delores Simmons

Mattie Foster

Oliver Sprott Jr., Esq

Katie Moten

Marvelous P Stennis

Marna Johnson

Nekia Stewart

Keith Morrison

Valerie M. Stewart

Wilhelminia Hicks

Hosea Stewart Jr

Yolanda Carroll

Frances E Stovall

Delilah St Julian

Gizell Sweat

Charles Blanton

Janice M. Taylor

Curtistine Spates White

Darleen Thomas Grandison

Doris Wheeler

Ruth R. Towns

Doris Bullock

Tricia Valencia

Murielle Abdulsamad

Daler Wade

Roderick Duncan

Katherine Wahu Kimani

Waymond Johnson

Beverly G. Waldenmaier

Christopher Robinson

Beverly G. Waldenmaier

Michael Scott

Mary E. Walker

Cliff Hunte

Faye Walker

Sara Chenault

Norma Washington

Audrey Batts Watson

Brenda Washington

Tristan Caldwell

Norma Washington

Rudyne Walker

Brenda Washington

Gwendolyn McAllister

Marilyn S. Weakley

Mary C Hamilton

B. West

Fursiya Plummer

B. West

Melissa Walters

Jocelyn Westbrooks

Lorraine Smalls

Barbara R. White

M Miranda

Curtis L. Wilmore

Stephanie Johnson Pettaway

Ethelene Wilmore

Sheila Lundy

Jessie Wiltz

Honesty Gourmet Caterers

Nancy Wright

Kerri Carmouche

Robert Jordan

Zac Preston

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SISTERS NETWORK速 INC. STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31ST, 2011 REVENUE AND SUPPORT Contributions/Donations

Total $686,598

Conference & Programs $337,677 Conference

$139,443

Governent Grants

$100,000

Other $8,683 Interest Income

$1,455

TOTAL REVENUE

$1,273,856

Program Services

$1,023,320

EXPENSES Management and General $137,936 Fundraising TOTAL EXPENSES

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS NET ASSETS BEGINNING OF YEAR NET ASSETS END OF YEAR

46 FINANCIAL SUMMARY

$110,369 $1,271,625

$52,323 $1,688,684 $1,741,007

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2011 Sisters Network, Inc. Annual Report