Bright Pink

Chicago, IL

Barriers

  • Representation

Commitments

  1. Bright Pink will expand its Ambassador program to include more women of color to shine a light on their stories and expertise.
  2. Bright Pink will work to design its programs and content to be welcoming, relevant and resonant for women of color.
  3. Bright Pink will work to diversify its staff, advisory groups, and boards so that women most impacted by breast and ovarian cancers are well represented.

Quote

Coming soon

Locations

Chicago, IL, Alabama – Montgomery, Alaska – Juneau, Arizona – Phoenix, Arkansas – Little Rock, California – Sacramento, Colorado – Denver, Connecticut – Hartford, Delaware – Dover, Florida – Tallahassee, Georgia – Atlanta, Hawaii – Honolulu, Idaho – Boise, Illinois – Springfield, Indiana – Indianapolis, Iowa – Des Moines, Kansas – Topeka, Kentucky – Frankfort, Louisiana – Baton Rouge, Maine – Augusta, Maryland – Annapolis, Massachusetts – Boston, Michigan – Lansing, Minnesota – St. Paul, Mississippi – Jackson, Missouri – Jefferson City, Montana – Helena, Nebraska – Lincoln, Nevada – Carson City, New Hampshire – Concord, New Jersey – Trenton, New Mexico – Santa Fe, New York – Albany, North Carolina – Raleigh, North Dakota – Bismarck, Ohio – Columbus, Oklahoma – Oklahoma City, Oregon – Salem, Pennsylvania – Harrisburg, Rhode Island – Providence, South Carolina – Columbia, South Dakota – Pierre, Tennessee – Nashville, Texas – Austin, Utah – Salt Lake City, Vermont – Montpelier, Virginia – Richmond, Washington – Olympia, West Virginia – Charleston, Wisconsin – Madison, Wyoming – Cheyenne