Tracy Webber of West Hartford has been a breast cancer survivor since April 2012. She advises other women to never miss a mammogram and consistently give self exams. Webber works out every day, and breast cancer taught her not to sweat the small stuff and appreciate life every day. She supports Komen Connecticut because of their mission to find a cure.
Pauline Kezer of Old Saybrook is the founder of the Komen Connecticut Race for the Cure. She is a 13 year survivor of breast cancer and has been a passionate advocate for 20 years. Kezer advises other women to pay attention to small changes and used her Secretary of State position to promote breast cancer education, screening and treatment. She supports Komen Connecticut because the organization has helped thousands of men and women across Connecticut obtain the services and support they need.
Sue Bernardi of Bristol is a three year breast cancer survivor. She enjoys volunteering on weekends at Shepard Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center. Bernardi advises women to never procrastinate on their mammograms because early detection saved her life. Bernardi is an enthusiastic participant in the Race for the Cure and supports Komen Connecticut because she used the Komen website as a resource for information when she was diagnosed.