Sponsored By: Kaiser Permanente and Local Ford Dealers


Vision: women of color working to achieve breast health equity for African American women in Greater Atlanta through community empowerment.

Mission: to increase early breast cancer detection and improve survival outcomes for African Americans in Greater Atlanta.


Today, black women in the U.S. are about 40% more likely to die from breast cancer than white women. We can change that fact. Take action—get educated and empower yourself to know your girls™. Visit KnowYourGirls.org for the tools to take charge of your breast health.

Sisters of Promise Advisory Council 2017-2019

Janice McKenzie-Crayton*, [Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta (retired)], Chair
Nesa Hall*, Chair, Fundraising Committee
Denise Billups*, (C. Robinson Associates, Inc.), Co-Chair, Community Impact Committee
Winifred W. Thompson, Ph.D, (Emory University), Co-Chair, Community Impact Committee
TeMaya Eatmon (Six Sigma Project)
Jessica Godfrey (AT&T)
Madison James (Multi-Media Personality/AJC/WSB-FM B98.5)
Anita Johnson, M.D. (Cancer Treatment Centers of America Southeastern)
Kyla Maupin (GTB on behalf of Ford Motor Company)
*Member, Komen Atlanta Board of Directors

If you or someone you know is uninsured and need help getting breast health services please call the Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta office at 404-814-0052 to find the best location for your breast health needs.

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