We are excited to welcome Amy Grant, Grammy winner and singer of the hit “Baby, Baby” to Under One Umbrella on January 27, 2025.

Invitations will be mailed in December 2024. For more information or to become a sponsor, please contact nikki.mancini@stanford.edu.


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Steering Committee

Nicole Kidman and Trisha Yearwood | Honorary Chairs
Cynthia Sewell | Chair
Judy Zafran | Chair
Lisa Schatz | Chair Emeritus

Committee Members

Deborah Berek
Dana Bisconti
Fran Codispoti
Jean Colen
Susie Fox
Jill Freidenrich
Lisa Goldman
Jacque Jarve

Debbie Rachleff
Lisa Schatz
Cynthia Sewell
Jane Solomon
Dianne Taube
Jessica Weil
Judy Zafran
and Laurie Kraus Lacob (1957-2023)

Past Committee Members

Suzanne Crandall
Ann Doerr
Lainie Garrick
Jillian Manus Saltzman
Lori Porica
Josie Shiff

Learn more about the UOU Benefit event.

You can support innovative research and patient care programs at the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center by making a gift online.

For more information, please contact Anne Longo, Cancer Specialist Fundraiser in Stanford’s Office of Medical Center Development at alongo@stanford.edu.

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