The purpose of the Community Cancer Action Board (CCAB) is to build and foster partnerships between cancer researchers and community outreach staff and New Jersey communities. The CCAB provides input from community thought leaders and patient advocates to ensure community outreach and engagement, and research activities are informed, promote health equity and strengthen local capacity, and are responsive to community needs.
Equally, the reciprocal flow of information between researchers and outreach staff and the community build trust and mutual understanding between communities and researchers, and help ensure that values, and cultural differences among persons and communities are respected. The CCAB is a vital part of the effort to reduce the cancer burden in New Jersey communities by Rutgers CINJ and the Center for Cancer Health Equity. If you would like to be a member of the CCAB, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chair, Community Cancer Action Board; Co-Founder/President, Sister2Sister Network
COO, EBC Radio
Media Specialist/Adjunct Instructor
Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts
Katherine Guo, PhD
Research Scientist, Nokia Bell Labs
Professor Emerita, Rutgers University
Dorinda "Dee" Sparacio
Community Member, Cancer Survivor
Community Parent Advocate,
Ex-Officio PTO President Lincoln Annex
Jazz For Prostate Cancer Awareness
Elizabeth Talmont, MSN, ANP-BC
VP of Research Development, Planned Parenthood of Northern, Central & Southern New Jersey