Vickie Sokol Evans Fundraiser
A Little About Vickie
Vickie Sokol Evans, affectionately known as Vickipedia to anyone who has ever taken one of her training sessions, is one of the world’s leading technology trainers. Vickie is a bestselling author, a Microsoft Certified Trainer & an Engaging Speaker.
In April, Vickie was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer. A routine screening discovered a 1.5 cm tumor in the right side, which resulted in an original diagnosis of Stage 0 cancer. A follow up MRI revealed two more tumors, one of which is over 4 cm in the left side, indicating Stage 2. In May, she began a 5-month chemo treatment plan for Stage 2 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC). Vickie has an aggressive but *curable* cancer. We know, without a doubt, she will be victorious in this fight.
Vickie is single, self-employed mother of two young boys. As Founder and CEO of RedCape Company, the livelihood of others depends on her. As both friends and fans of Vickie, The Audacious Divas are proud to host this web fundraising page. All donations, minus the small fee charged by PayPal, will go directly to Vickie.
Please, if Vickie has touched your heart with her beautiful smile or saved you countless hours at work thanks to her JAW DROPPING technology tips, we ask you to be as generous as you are able to be to help our friend.
Audacious Admin, Founder
Audacious Divas, Founder
A special video message from Vickie...
Other Ways to Help:
- Make a donation HERE.
- Join the EXECUTIVE SECRETARY WEBATHON September 22 - 24. Online learning by the leading trainers across the globe.
- Purchase one of Vickie’s books on AMAZON.
- Purchase Vickie's ebook.
- If you have Vickie's book, please consider writing a review on AMAZON.
- Join RedCape Academy
- Purchase Vickie's On-Demand Class to train your teams.
- Encourage companies hire Vickie to do a webinar from her home in Texas.
- Encourage everyone you know to get checked. Early detection is our best defense. #GETSCREENED
Facts About Breast Cancer In The United States
A Global Burden
According to the World Health Organization, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide, claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands of women each year and affecting countries at all levels of modernization.
Good News About Breast Cancer Trends
In recent years, perhaps coinciding with the decline in prescriptive hormone replacement therapy after menopause, we have seen a gradual reduction in female breast cancer incidence rates among women aged 50 and older. Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990, in part due to better screening and early detection, increased awareness, and continually improving treatment options.