Endometriosis: Advocate for Your Health with Shantana Hazel

Explore self care, advocacy, and finding your voice with none other than Shantana Hazel.

Shantana is the Founder of Sister Girl Foundation. The Sister Girl Foundation is a non-profit organization geared towards providing awareness, education, support, and advocacy for those with Endometriosis, Breast and Ovarian Cancers.  They are committed towards helping people throughout their journey by providing advocacy, support groups, education resources, workshops and events to bring the community together.

https://www.sister-girl.org

Shantana is the author of two books, 28 Ways on How to Advocate for Your Healthcare and A New Me: Mind, Body, Soul, Health & Wellness Journey. Each can be purchased here: https://www.sister-girl.org/sister-girl-store

Shantana is a force of nature and a beacon of positivity, she has spoken all over the world and leads the world in health advocacy. 

She can be contacted through Sister Girl Foundation’s website or on Facebook or Instagram @sistergirlfoundation

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