Karen Eubanks Jackson
Karen Eubanks Jackson, Founder/CEO of Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI), a 27-year four time breast cancer survivor is recognized nationally as a true visionary and national leader in the African American breast cancer movement. Sisters Network is the nation’s only African American breast cancer survivorship organization. Jackson continues to lead Sisters Network’s nationwide effort to focus the spotlight on increasing breast cancer awareness in the African American community. The organization provides standardized national educational outreach programs; survivor & family support; empowerment; hope and financial assistance to thousands of women annually through its national network of over 20 survivor-run affiliate chapters.
Jackson’s breast health matters advocacy work has garnered numerous awards and recognitions. BET Her Fights Breast Cancer TV Award, Ebony Magazine Power 100 List, JC Penney “Champion of Change,” TNT Dramatic Difference award, Breast Cancer Hero by Lifetime TV, The Jefferson Award-NBC, Top Ladies of Distinction Inc. “Status of Women award,” National Council of Negro Women Inc. Impact Service Award, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center award, ICC- Hope Award, Founders Award for Leadership, BET award, “History Maker in the Making” the Lance Armstrong, “Voice of Survivorship.”
Jackson attended Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. She is surrounded by love from her husband of 33 years, Kyle Scott Jackson, daughter Caleen and two granddaughters Brianna & Alexis
Learn more at Karen Eubanks Jackson’s official website