Cancer sucks. These entrepreneurs are working hard to find a silver lining in a despicable disease. Their entrepreneur interviews are strong testimony to the power of the human spirit.
- Interview with Jaclyn Foutz, Founder of Human Tribe Project - Sometimes, out of adversity comes the best project! Meet Jaclyn Foutz, who started the Human Tribe Project after her friend became ill with breast cancer.
- Interview with Alicia Sable-Hunt, Founder of Sable’s Foods - This entrepreneur's story is the perfect example of hard work paying off. Alicia Sable-Hunt wanted to help the cancer patients she worked with by developing a nutritional food bar. Today, Sable's Food is a successful business.
- Interview with Coach for Living Founder Paula Holland De Long - Paula Holland De Long used her experience as a cancer survivor to help other patients through her Coach for Living firm.
- Interview with Ken Vrana, President and CEO of The 1 in 8 Foundation - After making a breast-cancer documentary, Ken Vrana began a foundation providing mammograms to low-income women. His experiences in working in Sir Paul McCartney's foundation gave him valuable insights into founding a charity. He shares those insights in this interview.
- Interview with Dawn Veselka, Founder of Out of the Blue Delivered, Inc. - For years Dawn Veselka worked with cancer patients and saw how families and friends struggle with selecting gifts and finding the right thing to say. She founded Out of the Blue Delivered to meet that need.
- Interview with Kathy McEvoy, Founder of Celebrate In Pink - Kathy McEvoy couldn't find plates for her luncheon and a business was born! Celebrate In Pink creates and sells pink ribbon theme partyware.