Liz’s DAIRY: Capital Hotel hosts ‘Life After Breast Cancer Fund’working lunch of several of the charities Dynamic Ambassadors

Leonor Stjepic, CEO of Restoration of Appearance & Function Trust‘s ‘Life After Breast Cancer Fund’ (LABCF) & Liz Brewer Founder & Co-Chair of LABCF enjoy a working lunch with several of their Dynamic Ambassadors.   The event was kindly hosted by The Capital Hotel, Knightsbridge in their Eaton Suite with the menu created by their Michelin Star Restaurant OutlawsScreen Shot 2016-03-24 at 23.10.55.png

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10 of Life After Breast Cancer Fund’s Dynamic Ambassadors, including Antonia Jamison, Margo Marrone, Mahsa Nejati, Aliza Reger, Sally woodward, Leonor Stjepic CEO of RAFT, Natasha Hemmings, the current Miss England, Lyn Schlessinger, Deida Acero, Izabella Kaye, & Leny Green

 

 

 

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Liz’s DIARY:My Blog Book goes live

(Photo of Liz Brewer taken at  Monte Carlo Yacht Show2015 , on board Sunseeker’s M.Y ZULU whilst filming the Etiquette of Hosting Parties on board Super Yachts)

Liz Brewer is CEO & Founder of Life After Breast Cancer Fund

Liz’s DIARY will bring to you highlights of my recent projects and life’s greater experiences …

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Liz & Laura ‘At home’ in London for my one and only BLOG Lesson!

For further information: liz.brewer@me.com    +44(0)207 730 7508

Liz’s DIARY: Susan George @Lastinglifelegacy

PROUD to have introduced Susan George to Leonor Stjepic CEO of RAFT  who have now successfully gone live with her website in memory of her late husband Simon MacCorkindale.  Susan is one of my Executive Dynamos on Life After Breast Cancer Fund recently launched in honour of my dear friend Niki Cole

Just two weeks since the launch of @lastinglife the Simon MacCorkindale legacy (Lastinglife.org.uk) and the reaction has been wonderful. The charity is in aid of cancer, specific needs and RAFT, who’s achievements in medical research over 28 years is extraordinary.Susan George says “I am so proud to think that in my beautiful husband’s name, in time, and with funds raised, we will be able to make a difference to the lives of many”.

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Susan George with her husband the late Simon MacCorkindale

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