Marquita Goodluck is a breast cancer survivor and a tireless advocate for the Breast Cancer community. She is passionate about serving others, and her advocacy efforts focus on educating and empowering women on how to navigate a breast cancer diagnosis. Marquita is a true change agent, working on panels, speaking engagements, lobbying, and fundraising efforts to support young BIPOC women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Currently, Marquita serves as the Give Back Grant Program Manager for Keep A Breast, leading a program geared towards providing financial support for BIPOC women affect by breast cancer, a Angel Advocate with Tiger Lily, who advocates for women affected by triple negative breast cancer, a RISE advocate with Young Survival Coalition, who fights for young women diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 40, and she also serves on the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion panel for The Breasties.
Marquita’s understanding of the unique challenges faced by BIPOC women impacted by breast cancer makes her a powerful force in the fight against this disease. She has authored a children’s book titled “BK’s Mommy Has Breast Cancer”, which serves as an inspiration and a source of help to children dealing with a breast cancer journey.
Marquita’s unwavering commitment to the Breast Cancer community is an inspiration to all who know her, and her work will undoubtedly continue to make a difference in the lives of those affected by this disease. Let us all join Marquita in fighting for a brighter future for those impacted by breast cancer.