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ABOUT US

Surrounding women undergoing cancer treatment with a supportive community.

​MISSION AND HISTORY

My Sister’s Keeper (MySKCle) derived from a survivor of breast cancer who transformed her pain into a purpose.

This is the story of our Founder, Sherri White. 

Sherri, at the age of 32 was diagnosed with Breast Cancer.  Like many, she started planning for the worst to happen - getting finances together for her children, policies, etc.   She dealt with her diagnosis internally and independently.  She underwent multiple surgeries and chemotherapy.  With the support of her family and friends, Sherri began rewriting her cancer story and started to live.   

As a result of the community of support that formed around her, she developed a passion to help other women during their cancer journey.   This path led to the development of My Sister's Keeper which was incorporated in 2018. 

Today, with the help of a dedicated Board of Directors, volunteers and a community of supporters, My Sister's Keeper has expanded services and programs to help women diagnosed with any form of cancer.   In addition, services offered has grown beyond the state of Ohio as we currently support women in Kentucky, Texas, and Chicago.  Our boutique of services continues to expand that helps to revitalize the spirit of womanhood and community.     

The following are recurring events that contribute to the success of our organization:

  • A Walk in Her Shoes - Annual Community Awareness Walk

  • Pretty in Pink 

  • Reviving Prayer Circle - Weekly Prayer Forum

  • My Sister's Circle - Educational Forum

We understand the hardship that is endured by women undergoing cancer treatment.  In 2021, we were able to provide temporary employment that allowed for a woman to continue to earn a source of income to provide for her family while also being able to heal.  We hope to continue to expand this service in the years to come. 

MySKCle is appreciative to our community partners who believe in our mission.   We are funded by way of generous donations and approximately 100% of our financial resources support the services we provide.

MISSION: To surround women undergoing cancer treatment with a supportive community. 

Executive board

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Sherri White

PRESIDENT & CEO 

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Tracey Dent

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER 

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Makell Baccus

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

board of
Directors

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Lavada Tillie

DIRECTOR, HEALTH & WELLNESS

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Brittney Church

DIRECTOR, PARTNERSHIP

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J'nay Blackwell

DIRECTOR, EVENTS

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Lenice Bozeman

DIRECTOR, SERVICE AND CONNECTIONS

board of
trustees

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Latonya Fore, NP

NUTRITIONIST

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Devvie Gilner

Client Serives

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Mary Wells

CHAPLAIN

Advisors

Shnea Weatherspoon, RN, MSN

Nakeysha Hamilton, MBA

Stacy Ward-Braxton, MSPOD

INTERVIEW: VOICES FOR CHANGE 
Community Partners

iSalon Plus

Black Nurses Rock

Beauty Palace Salon

Halo Crowning Glory

Case Comprehensive Cancer Center

Chan Clan Entertainment (Chicago)

The Evolution through Mind, Body, and Spirit LLC

49 Roses

Wears Mary

UH Seidman Cancer Center

MetroHealth Cancer Center

Stephanie Tubbs Jones Health Center

The HIIT Factor

Food on Da Move

So Mink Collections

Not Putting on a Shirt

Surburban Pavillion

INTERVIEW: VOICES FOR CHANGE 
AWARDS

10/16/2023 - The City of Cleveland Champions Award was presented to the planners of the 2023 "A Walk in Her Shoes" Community Cancer Awareness Walk by Councilman Kevin Conwell.

Congratulations to Makell Baccus, J'nay Blackwell, Tracey Evans, Devvie Gilner, and Makell Baccus.

INTERVIEW: WKYC
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INTERVIEW: WOVU 95.9FM
INTERVIEW: VOICES FOR CHANGE 
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Cleveland Call & Poste

May 2022 - Channel 19 News - Pretty in Pink Event Coverage

October 7, 2023 - Fox 8 News - A Walk in Her Shoes Event Coverage

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