Vicky Jekich has worked for over five years for St. Luke’s MSTI managing MSTI community cancer prevention education. She enjoys teaching students and adults how to reduce cancer risks and live an active, healthy lifestyle.
Vicky has had several family members affected by cancer, so raising awareness is more than a job – it’s a passion.
Vicky has been at the beside to support a loved one following the cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment. Last year, a close family member passed away from cancer, and it was her sons and their entire baseball team who showed support by honoring all those touched by cancer during the 2015 Idaho American Legion state baseball tournament. It illustrates how family, friends and community events like Betting on a Cure, Night in Monte Carlo can make a huge difference in the healing journey and support of patients, their loved ones and caregivers.
MSTI will be teaming up with Betting on a Cure for our first Cancer Awareness symposium on May 20, 2017. Keynote speaker Dr. Dan S Zuckerman.
Please join us tomorrow for Betting on a Cure, A Night in Monte Carlo at the Boise Centre from 7pm to midnight! Get your tickets today!