Greetings and thank you for visiting my page. 

I offer prayers of health, happiness and hope to everyone during this time of challenge.

COVID-19 hasn't derailed my journey, I continue my efforts to fundraise and to speak virtually or when possible, in-person on behalf of the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. In December 2018, I became a Community Outreach Volunteer with LLS's Myeloma Link program. 

LLS's Myeloma Link serves the African American community to reduce the deficits in Myeloma education, new treatment awareness and delays, including transplants. I enjoy visiting churches on "Myeloma Sundays" conducting health fairs and collaborating with senior centers and community health centers to host healthcare provider-led educational events. My story is featured on the LLS website, click here to read

Speaking opportunities and community service propel me forward, in the face of this disease. 

Please consider donating to my Light the Night Team, by clicking this link. And watch for updates about this year's Light the Night activities.

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane,” declared Martin Luther King Jr. in 1966.

I am honored to be featured in the Summer 2021 issue of Cancer Health's 25 Change Makers to Black livesThis impressive list recognizes 25 individuals who, along with many others, are fighting to break down barriers to the best cancer care for all. Click to read the article.

-- Jennifer

With your generosity and support, Jennifer's Team raised $4,000.00 in 2020.

Your kindness will continue to resonate in our team's heart,

and hope we can count on your support again this year.

For those of your who are new to my page, here's a great video from a recent LLS Light the Night Walk. It's a beautiful experience and we hope you'll consider joining an event near you.