My name is Kennya Blunt. I was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer in March of 2013 at the age of 25. I have had chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. I have had a great support system throughout this whole experience and will be forever grateful for meeting Raquel Smith and being a part of Pinktopps. Pinktopps was there when I needed moral support, transportation, and other healthcare needs. The organization also provided information about breast cancer itself and how to cope with the changes that I had already went through and the changes that I will face later in life. It is my goal to one day become an advocate or spokesperson for Pinktopps so that I can spread the word about they helped me and also educate others on early detection.