Title: Founder, President
Company: No You Cant’cer Foundation
Location: Galloway, New Jersey, United States
Melissa Marshall, Founder and President at No You Cant’cer Foundation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in cancer advocacy.
Inspired to spearhead her foundation after her own battle with colorectal cancer, Ms. Marshall beat her stage III illness one year after diagnosis. As the president and founder of The No You Cant’cer Foundation, she is an advocate and public speaker for ostomy awareness and for promoting early colorectal health. A gifted singer, Ms. Marshall was worried she would never sing again after permanently needing an ostomy bag. Along with the second chance at life, she found a way to give back by using her voice to send out a message of hope with her liberating track, “No You Cant’cer.” Additionally, Ms. Marshall designs delicate butterfly jewelry, which has become a signature trademark for her work. She is also the author of, “It’s in the Bag.” For more information, visit http://www.noyoucantcerfoundation.org.
Renowned for her advocacy and positive outlook on life after cancer, Ms. Marshall was named a Hero of Hope by Conquer Magazine in 2017. Featured on the cover of the Phoenix Magazine in 2019, she was also notably named the National Conference Social Director for the United Ostomy Associations of America that same year. Among her musical achievements, Ms. Marshall was named Best Lounge Act by Atlantic Act in 2010. Backed by years of study at the Dick Grove School of Music and the University of Miami, she attributes her musical success to her father, who was a well-known entertainer and horn player in Miami. Looking ahead in her career, Ms. Marshall plans to continue to speak at cancer functions and ostomy awareness events to encourage people to keep up with health checks and pass the message onto others. Whether her listeners are dealing with colitis, Crohn’s disease, or cancer, she hopes to reach as many people as possible through her foundation.
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