Wednesday, 15 March 2017

10th Anniversary and Ambassador Launch



Skcin Celebrates 10 years of awareness with Ambassador Launch Event



Skcin celebrated our 10th Anniversary on the 1tth and 12th of March with the launch of our Regional Ambassador Network. The 2 day workshop event, held at Nottingham’s Park Plaza welcomed professionals from all over the UK to meet the Skcin team, learn more about our work, our objectives and how we can unite to raise awareness, prevent skin cancer, promote early detection and save lives.

Marie Tudor, Business Development Manager Commented; “The event was a huge success, it’s all about uniting people and passion so that we can generate a greater impact nationally. It was fabulous to meet such wonderful people and see doctors, nurses, patients and those who have lost loved ones to melanoma, unite with one common belief and ultimate goal - to help prevent skin cancer through education. We are truly grateful to all who attended for taking time out of their busy lives to show their support for Skcin - this gives us great confidence in the future of the charity.

With more workshops planned in 2017 for our growing network, founder of Skcin Richard Clifford commented; “ After an amazing 10 years of raising awareness and developing comprehensive educational resources, I am delighted to witness Skcin embark on it’s second decade with the support of so many passionate and dedicated individuals”.

Skcin are excited to work alongside our Ambassadors throughout 2017 and beyond. We extend our sincere thanks to all who attended for their valued support as we welcome to the Skcin family; Dr Rachel Abbott, Sharon Hulley, Laura McMullan, Kylie Pentelow, Louise Sumner, Kelly Almand-Chinn, Dorottya Godor, Louise Pound, Andrea Cook, Helen Wyke, Michelle Forsyth, Sara Burr, Kirsty Sanchez, Diva Medeiros and Julie Collins.

If you’re passionate and motivated about beating skin cancer and would like to become part of a growing network of like-minded individuals that share our objectives, we want to work with you. Your enthusiasm can help encourage people to take action, helping Skcin in meeting our strategic objectives of increasing awareness by promoting prevention and early detection. To find out more about an Ambassador’s role and to register to take part visit: www.skcin.org/getInvolved/becomeAnAmbassador





























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