Can you help us grow by joining us at our first annual conference?
March 15th – 16th, 2019 | Honolulu, HI
Our goal is to support personal empowerment to health—through knowledge, community building, and action. We seek equity, an end to racial disparities, and to ensure Black women are healthy and thriving.
We are looking for Black women affected by endometrial cancer to join us - as representatives of their community - for this exciting opportunity!
Held in conjunction with the Society of Gynecologic Oncology's 50th Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer, Conference activities will include:
Educational workshops about endometrial cancer and racial disparities.
Training to become an ECANA peer educator, ambassador, and advocate in your community.
Learning & sharing strategies to survive & thrive through writing, movement, relationships, navigating the health care system, and more.
Discussion of priorities for research about endometrial cancer among black women
Lifelong connections with women from around the country who have had endometrial cancer.
After the conference, each attendee will be responsible for taking action in their home community to spread awareness about endometrial cancer and build connections to help ECANA grow.
Click the link above, complete the form, and check the box next to "I am interested in attending ECANA's first annual meeting..."
Conference attendance itself is free. We are working to secure funding to offer scholarships so that travel costs are not an issue. Please reach out no matter your financial situation so we can be in touch!