NYSC Pink Zone
New York Sports Club's Red Zone in its new Astor Place Flagship location is turning Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Please join our panel of women who embody strength inside and out, as we discuss what it means to have strength, fortitude, and gratitude during times of illness, grief, or change. A portion of proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
If you cannot attend the event or wish to make an additional donation, please visit New York Sports Club's Breast Cancer Research Foundation donation page.
Nicole is a Manhattan-based dancer, fitness maven, operations strategist, fluent public speaker, and founder of FitNic. She regularly hosts NYC fitness and wellness meet-ups, workshops, and speaking panels with a down-to-earth approach to community-building. Her purpose is to innovate, empower, and inspire others through passion and movement.
Former Texan-turned-New Yorker, Chinae Alexander is an entrepreneur, lifestyle personality, writer, speaker, and wellness expert based in Brooklyn, New York. Her message is to empower people to be better through positive thinking, active change, self-love…with a lot of laughing along the way.
Jess is a Manhattan-based personal trainer, group instructor, gymnast, fitness competitor, eating disorder survivor, self-love junkie, motivator, plant-based chef, and founder of FITtrips. She is a personal trainer at NYSC Flagship Astor Place, as well as a lead instructor for the NYSC RedZone Boutique.
Lauren Chiarello is the founder of Chi Chi Life which melds her three passions: fitness, event production, fundraising, and cancer advocacy. She is a 2x cancer survivor, fitness instructor, marathoner, and event producer who pours her heart + soul into each project she touches.
Fab is an award winning photographer, author and writer who was diagnosed at the age of 27 with BRCA1 positive, invasive metastatic Breast Cancer. Fabianna has chosen to share her journey with the world on her blog, fabulouslyfighting, in hopes of inspiring anyone facing adversity.
Dr. Margaret Flowers
Dr. Margaret Flowers is the Director of Scientific Communications and Grants at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. She lost her mother to metastatic breast cancer in 1994 and believes in the power of research to end the suffering from breast cancer.