NEWS & EVENTS
During certain times of the year pink ribbons and messages of hope, cure and courage are posted in our supermarkets, athletic fields and doctors offices but breast cancer isn't just diagnosed in October and by no means is it a seasonal disease. In the United States alone, one woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes. We need to continually educate and empower women to make the right choices regarding risks, diagnosis, and treatment. Here are your links to find the fashionista.
Email me directly at TheFashionistaFights@gmail.com or follow me on Twitter @_bellajenna_
Breast Cancer Event at The White Butterfly in Jackson, NJ - I'll be on hand to sign books. Bring your own copy or buy one on site. I will also have a wealth of information with me from the LBBC.
NJTV Interview - Why a plant based diet may benefit cancer patients...and an appearance by my awesome oncologist Dr. Kenneth Nahum
I will be giving the kick-off speech for the American Cancer Society's Two Rivers Relay for Life event at Red Bank Regional High School.
Because not everything I write is about breast cancer -
Read on ... My City
Thanks Jackie at TAP into Livingston
So thrilled to announce my first NYC book event and signing at the amazing Financier Patisserie!
6:00PM - 983 First Avenue at East 54th Street...just steps from Sloan Kettering.
If you would like to attend please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
4/25/15 Book Signing at The White Butterfly in Jackson, NJ from 2-4pm.
Finalist in the We Said Go Travel essay contest!
It's official - I'm a Crusader and a Diva (really - what could be more approprate?) Guest blogging on Victorious Val and the Breast Cancer Crusaders and Cure Diva! Very excited! Now where did I put my cape?
Featured as a personal power story in May 2014 on the Fight Like A Girl Club website! Check it out -
Good Morning America
Stand Up To Cancer /Siemens Baton Pass
Times Square NYC
I was fortunate enough to be a part of the Baton Pass sponsored by SU2C, Siemens and GMA to raise a million dollars as the baton travels from New York to California. See the attached link!
...and featured in TAP into Livingston (my hometown online paper)
Coping With Cancer Magazine
American Legion Hall Post 129
2025 Church Road
Toms River, NJ
1160 and 1310 WOBM
Radio Interview with Joel Markel
Making Strides Walk-Point Pleasant, NJ
Team Kinky Boobs
Made in Monmouth Event
Monmouth University MAC Center
Monmouth County Library, Headquarters Branch
7:00pm to 8:15pm
Meet Jennifer as she will talk in an open format about her newly released book, "Does This Outfit Make Me Look Bald? How a Fashionista Fought Breast Cancer with Style." Discussion includes Jenn's fight with breast cancer, her fashion and music inspirations, experiences and perceptions. will be available for purchase and signing.
6th Annual Celebration of Life / Survivor Fashion Show
Sponsored by the Cancer Support Community
Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club
Honoring cancer survivors for their courage and strength. A terrific opportunity to raise money for an amazing organization that heals what chemo cannot. The Cancer Support Community offers a variety of free programs to cancer patients and their caregivers including, but not limited to, yoga, reiki, pot-lucks and support groups. Guest of honor Kiss drummer and male breast cancer survivor, Peter Criss and hosted by WABC-TV news anchor Michelle Charlesworth, the evening's highlight includes cancer survivors on the runway featuring fashions from Stacy Gemma Everywhere and Macy's®.
Cancer Support Community
The Diney Goldsmith Center
North Jersey Shore Chapter
Lunch & Learn @ 12:30pm
Jennifer Pellechio-Lukowiak discusses her debut memoir with members of the Cancer Support Community in Eatontown, New Jersey.
Various Publications that are featuring "Does This Outfit Make Me Look Bald"
Keep an eye out for the following area publications:
In Jersey Magazine, Monmouth County Woman, Red Hot Red Bank, Colts Neck Community Pages, Colts Neck Calendar, Coping With Cancer Magazine.
Marlboro-Colts Neck Patch, Matawan-Aberdeen Patch, Howell Patch & Freehold Patch
'Does This Outfit Make Me Look Bald?': A Colts Neck Author Uses Laughter to Heal
Jennifer Pellechio-Lukowiak deicded she would write a a guide, helping younger women cope with a breast cancer diagnosis.
By Kaitlyn Anness / August 25, 2012
Click HERE for the Article.