The Pink Agenda Speaker Series presents young breast cancer survivors Samantha Golkin Nigliazzo and Nicole Seagriff as they put a personal and more tangible spin on breast cancer, the importance of vigilance for young women, how to screen, and survival of the disease. Through personal diagnosis and survival stories, quirky anecdotes and informative handouts, Samantha and Nicole work to educate, inform, inspire and motivate young professional women.
Did we mention that they are also members of The Pink Agenda's Board of Directors?
Launched in late 2014, we've already reached more than 500 men and women, visiting women's corporate groups, young professionals groups, colleges, offices, fraternities and sororities, and community organizations. Past seminars have been held at NBC Women's Network, Estée Lauder, Boston University, UPenn Panhellenic Council, Duke Unviersity, Harvard University, Weil Gotshal, Cushman & Wakefield, and more.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who would benefit from a Speaker Series lecture? Everyone! Our most common participants are young women, but we have also held seminars for mixed groups, professionals, and youth and their parents.
Is there a cost? No! We are passionate about raising awareness and care about this cause. We'll find a date that works and then travel to you. We just ask that you supply the participants and a space for us to present.
Is any equipment required? We have a fantastic visual presentation that we use to guide our discussion, so a large screen of some kind is preferred. We can send the digital file to you ahead of time.
How long is the presentation? We suggest at least an hour to ensure we have time for quality discussion and Q&A.
Do you have a print out? Download and share the Speaker Series Info Page, which includes details on who we are and what we're all about.
How can we schedule a presentation? Click here to learn more!
Can you tell us more about the presenters?
Samantha is a practicing attorney in New York City, a breast cancer survivor, an advocate for early screening for young at-risk women, a supporter of innovative research in the fight against breast cancer and a member of The Pink Agenda's Board of Directors. Samantha is also pursuing a master's degree at the University of Pennsylvania in the area of Applied Positive Psychology. She's written a few articles for the Huffington Post - check them out here!
Nicole is an on-site Medical Director and Nurse Practitioner for a community health center. She received her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Duke University with a research focus on screening for BRCA gene mutations. Nicole is a young breast cancer survivor, advocates for breast health education, and believes in the importance of research. Nicole serves as President on The Pink Agenda's Board of Directors. She's written for the Huffington Post, too - check that out here!