To promote breast cancer and general health awareness, the Vice President for University Outreach, in collaboration with the Office of Public Service and the Chi chapter of Phi Delta Chi Fraternity, hosted the 7th annual All In All Pink event on Friday, October 27, 2017 from 11 AM - 1 PM on the AU Student Center Green Space.

The event included guest speakers, free health screenings and giveaways. A group photo and balloon release took place at 12:30 PM.

  • Madison Chandler, Graduate Research Assistant, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University
    Madison Chandler, an Auburn University graduate student and Vestavia Hills native, is taking her passion for others to the next level. As a doctoral pharmaceutical sciences student, she continuously works to identify mutations in certain cancer risk genes that cause Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Syndrome. Throughout her time as a student, Chandler’s research has focused on fighting deadly disease, but more specifically, finding ways to fight cancer genetics, predominantly in African American women in Alabama. In August 2014, she began her Ph.D. in Pharmacology in the Department of Drug Discovery and Development at the Harrison School of Pharmacy. Her dissertation, under the supervision of Dr. Nancy Merner, aims to identify novel genetic risk factors that contribute towards breast cancer disparities
  • Flora Moss, Breast Cancer Survivor and Advocate
    Retired employee of Auburn University after 35 years, Flora Moss uses her to time volunteer and coordinate many educational and inspirational workshops throughout the community. She is the author of two books: Inspired by Testimonies and Chat and Chew on Thought. She also implemented a lunch and learn series at Auburn University in 2010 with the Office of Development. Ms. Moss is a breast cancer survivor and advocate that reaches many with her passionate words, insightful books, and genuine spirit.
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Last Updated: November 7, 2018