INTRODUCING THE BRESSANTÉ AMBASSADOR PROGRAM!
We know it’s hard to know how life-changing a product like the Bressanté Capri breastform is without seeing and feeling it for yourself.
That’s why we recently launched our brand new “Bressante Ambassador Program”. We are committed to making high quality prosthetic options available to women regardless of where they live. That’s why we are looking for “Bressante Ambassadors” that can offer personal experience, guidance and ordering support to women who want to purchase a Capri breastform for themselves or a loved one.
If you are outside of Manitoba and would like to join our team, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you !
BRESSANTÉ AMBASSADOR, LORRAINE SUTHERLAND
Lorraine Sutherland lives in Calgary, Alberta and is a mom, wife, sister, aunt and breast cancer survivor who was diagnosed with stage 3C invasive ductal carcinoma in March 2016. She had a mastectomy followed by aggressive chemo and radiation. After her partially failed reconstruction, she was relieved to find a prosthesis that was light and comfortable. She was able to wear a prosthesis soon after surgery as she needed to accommodate her swelling and shape changes. “The Capri Breastform is so versatile for all stages of the breast cancer journey. Whether it’s a mastectomy, lumpectomy or reconstruction!”
You can contact Lorraine in Calgary, Alberta at email@example.com.
BRESSANTÉ AMBASSADOR, DENISE STEWART OT
Denise Stewart is an Occupational Therapist trained in Australia at the University of Queensland. She is an expert on post mastectomy health issues and breast cancer rehabilitation. We are happy to welcome Denise to the Bressante team! She brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will benefit women around the world.
BRESSANTÉ AMBASSADOR, VICTORIA IRONSIDE
Meet Victoria, a breast cancer survivor who lives in the Calgary area. She was diagnosed with invasive lobular carcinoma in 2016, had a lumpectomy, double mastectomy, chemo and radiation treatments. It has been a long road but as of today she is in remission and doing great, thanks to her support team.
“On holidays last Fall, I happened to find an incredible product. And I liked it so much I became an Ambassador for Bressante breast prosthetics. Believe me ladies, they are better than anything I have ever tried. And who better to tell you than me! I am so excited to be introducing this product. I am even rethinking my reconstruction surgery because these are so natural and comfortable.”
If you’d like to meet with Victoria and see the Bressanté Capri for yourself email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Victoria was featured by Ladies Out Loud in their newsletter, and recommends their website for great reading: http://www.ladiesoutloud.ca/
BRESSANTÉ AMBASSADOR, JULIE WAXMAN
Julie is a two time breast cancer survivor who lives in the GTA. She was first diagnosed in 2004 and underwent radiation, chemo, a lumpectomy and reconstruction, and then again in 2010 when she once again had chemo and a mastectomy. She is a single mom to one amazing boy and is doing well!
Julie also runs a small bead business out of her home called BeadGlitz and makes jewellery and accessories with European Charm Beads. One of her most successful creations are her Awareness Zipper Pulls.
To view these and her other items please visit: https://www.etsy.com/shop/beadglitzy
Julie was excited to find the Bressanté Capri and is amazed at how superior it is to other breast forms. She wears it every day and is equally excited to be spreading awareness of this fabulous product.
If you’d like to meet with Julie to find out more about the Bressanté Capri, to view it in person, or for a personal fitting, please email her at email@example.com.
BRESSANTÉ AMBASSADOR, KIMBERLEY SOEDER
Kimberley has been an ambassador for Bressante from the beginning. When her own mother had breast cancer that resulted in a lumpectomy in 1978, there weren’t any custom prosthetic options available. It was almost 30 years later that she got her first prosthesis when Wendy made one for her in 2005. In 2017, Kimberley faced her own diagnosis of breast cancer and underwent surgery and radiation. As a wife and mother to three adult daughters, she is happy to be back and ready to offer support to women who are interested in Bressante prosthetics.
“I’ve never forgotten the first time I hugged my mum after she received the prosthesis from Wendy. I was used to her really only having one breast. Now she had two natural feeling breasts! Long before my own diagnosis I knew how wonderful a Bressante prosthesis can be.”
Kimberley is in the Greater Toronto area and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org