Intimates and Life Long Advocates with Dana Donofree
Diagnosed at the age of 27 Dana talks about her life after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 and also shares about AnaOno and how she came up with the business and the brand and how it helps other people connect back to themselves when facing cancer. Listen in to learn more about advocates and intimates.
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“I encourage everybody to find their own place and this path no matter what they feel like it could be, you know, not everybody needs to be an advocate or an activist, but we do need allies. You know, when we can support each other, we can help raise up the voices in the work that so many in the community are doing to change things. And even if you're just cheerleading on the side, that's still advocacy, and that's still something so just stick with it and give your support where you can and I think we'll have a beautiful strong community on the other side." - Dana
Dana Donofree founded AnaOno out of her own necessity and desire for not only beautiful, but comfortable lingerie after her cancer diagnosis in 2010. With a degree in fashion design from Savannah College of Art and Design, and a successful industry career, she took her experience and applied it toward launching AnaOno, Intimates designed differently.
Dana’s story has been featured on USA Today, The Today Show, New York Times, and many others.
Even with these accomplishments, she is most proud of making a difference in the lives of women worldwide and is honored to continue to spread her mission of boob-inclusion.