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Team Bright Pink Profiles: Angie’s Story

Team Bright Pink is special for many reasons: members span the nation, come from different backgrounds, and are committed to our mission to save women’s lives from breast and ovarian cancer. We love and embrace Team Bright Pink’s diversity, but also strive to use it as a platform to share impactful stories and create more meaningful connections.

Angela (Angie) Norvich, a member of Team Bright Pink running the NYC Marathon in November, has a personal connection to our mission. After her sister Melissa lost her life to breast cancer earlier this year, Angie wanted to fuel her sister’s legacy by joining Team Bright Pink and empowering young women across the nation to become knowledgeable about their breast and ovarian health. For inspiration, watch Angie’s story and learn how you too can help empower women to be their own best health advocates!

Inspired by Angie’s ‘Commitment to Conquer’? Commit to a gift to Bright Pink today.

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