Under One Umbrella 2022
In March 2022, we came back together—in person—for a very special event featuring the immeasurably talented Carrie Underwood at the Bing Concert Hall on the Stanford campus. In addition to the remarkable musical performance, we heard from inspiring patients and faculty about the extraordinary advances being made at the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center—advances that are changing women’s lives every day and would not be possible without the ongoing support of the Under One Umbrella community.
MAKE AN IMPACT IN THE LIVES OF WOMEN
You can help support the Under One Umbrella - Women’s Cancer Innovation Awards by making a gift online. If you would like to speak to someone directly about making a gift contact Michele Thompson, Cancer Specialist Fundraiser in Stanford’s Office of Medical Center Development via email at email@example.com.
JOIN OUR ONLINE COMMUNITY.
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Women, Living with Cancer is a short film directed by Stanford Women's Cancer Center Director Jonathan Berek, MD, MMSc, that was featured during the event. It shares thoughtful perspectives from patients and the impact of compassionate, comprehensive care.
Nicole Kidman and Trisha Yearwood | Honorary Chairs
Lisa Schatz | Chair Emeritus
Lisa Goldman | Chair
Laurie Kraus Lacob
Dianne Panos Taube
Help the patients, faculty, and staff at the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center by supporting innovative research and patient care programs. Make a gift in honor of a loved one or to celebrate this season of giving.
For more information, please contact Jayne Mordell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos from Under One Umbrella
Dr. Ellie Guardino's former patient Lena Tailo has commissioned a beautiful new song by Leila Milki in honor of Guardino's life and legacy.
What It Means to Be a Survivor
To honor Women's Cancer Awareness, we invite you to explore four stories about patients who have survived a diagnosis of ovarian or breast cancer after treatment at the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center.