On May 12th I attended the American Cancer Society's Pink & Black Tie Gala on Stage 6 at Steiner Studios right by the Brooklyn Bridge. After meeting Nancy Colt, Sally Cooper and Tamara Ehlin of the American Cancer Society at the Relay for Life Reunion Celebration I was inspired by their passion and commitment to the organization and was so thankful when they invited me to another event.
I was blown away by the beauty and elegance of the gala. I applaud the American Cancer Society for organizing such a spectacular evening for a beautiful cause. They are the national sponsor of birthday and for nearly a century the American Cancer Society has been supporting cancer patients all over the United States helping people "get well," "stay well," "find cures," & "fight back" and May 12th was no exception. Hundreds gathered at Steiner Studios to support this cause hosted by the fabulous Stacy London of "What Not To Wear." It brought together so many people from the community and honored Antonio Martin, CEO of Kings County Hospital Center, Malik Yoba, actor, educator, speaker & author and last but not least Steve Cohen, General Manager of the Brooklyn Cyclones Organization (aka my boss, so it was wonderful to be there supporting him as well).
When all was said and done "
|Walking the "Pink" Carpet|
|Aunt Joe & Me <3|
|Aunt Joe, Sally Cooper & Tamara Ehlin|
|Aunt Joe & I with Nancy Colt|
|Aunt Joe & Mom <3|
|Stacy London of "What Not To Wear"|
|The Staff of the Daily News|