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Lisa A. Lacasse: Thank you to ACS CAN Colorado Government Relations Director RJ Ours for the warm welcome
May 19, 2024, 11:07

Lisa A. Lacasse: Thank you to ACS CAN Colorado Government Relations Director RJ Ours for the warm welcome

Lisa A. Lacasse shared on LinkedIn:

“A heartfelt thank you to the outstanding American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) Board –Board Chair Kimberly Jeffries Leonard, John Manna, Dana Bernson, David Ford, Margaret McCaffery, Scarlott Mueller, Philip O’Brien, Marcus Plescia,Jose Ramos, Omar Rashid, Bruce Waldholtz, Karen Winkfield, Roy Jensen, David Garcia, Maureen Mann, P Kay Coleman, Susan Penfield and American Cancer Society Board Chair Brian Marlow.

Thanks to those who could join us in Colorado for a full agenda celebrating and planning our continued work to end cancer as we know if, for everyone!

A special thank you to a long-time friend of ACS CAN, Colorado Lieutenant Governor Dianne Primavera for sharing her personal cancer experience with us and her continued work advocating for cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones.

We also extend our appreciation to Colorado Representative Anthony Hartsook and Colorado Senator Dafna Michaelson Jenet, for sharing insights on their bipartisan partnership to champion legislation critical for families impacted by cancer.

Thank you to ACS CAN Colorado Government Relations Director RJ Ours for the warm welcome. And a HUGE thank you to ACS CAN’s hardworking leadership team, the ACS Executive Team and all who worked on the backend to make it all happen.”

Lisa A. Lacasse

Source: Lisa A. Lacasse/LinkedIn

Lisa A. Lacasse is a President at American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. As president of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), Lisa leads more than 200 staff in Washington, D.C. and across the country in advancement of laws, policies and regulations that support the American Cancer Society’s mission to reduce death and suffering caused by cancer.