Latoya Dotson is a wife, mom of 3, clinical administrator, founder and director of a breast cancer nonprofit organization, Pink Savvy Inc. She is also the founder of Thrive Through It Ministries. A platform that challenges to fight from the victory of circumstance.
She is an award winning community activist, certified patient advocate, Thriver Coach, best selling author, and speaker.
Latoya launched Pink Savvy Inc in 2015 after serving as a Chemo Companion for over 3 years alongside women she’d met during her mother in law’s battle with breast cancer.
Never having a family history of cancer, Latoya never thought she’d be on that very journey of those she’d helped.
Latoya was diagnosed with Stage I Triple Positive, HER2 positive Breast Cancer in 2019.
Her journey include chemotherapy, radiation and a number of surgeries.
Latoya works hand in hand with West Cancer Center and Methodist Germantown as she coaches women through ups and downs of fighting breast cancer. She helps advocate for women that feel they have no voice to advocate for themselves. She gives strategy and techniques on how to help heal their body, mind and spirit holistically.
I was born and raised in Byhalia, MS. I attended Northwest Community College and University of Mississippi where I graduated with a Bachelors of Art degree in 2005. Additionally, I received my Masters degree in Special Education from Freed-Hardeman University in 2020. I'm married to my wonderful, strong husband Marcus Glover and we have 3 beautiful triplets, Madison, Marcus Jr., and Mackenzie. I currently teach 2nd and 3rd grade at Power Center Academy and I am a RTI Coordinator for Gestalt Community Schools. I was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer in November 2016 while my husband and I were celebrating our wedding anniversary. It was a very devastating moment that only God was able to get me through. I went through 6 months of chemotherapy, surgery, radiation, and many hospital visits. I contribute my healing to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, my husband, family, friends, and countless other supporters. The fight continues. I will always be a "Fighting Survivor!" I know where my strength comes from and I accept it with open arms and with faith.
Patricia Warner, known as The Faith Fighter. I’m honored to be a wife and mother. I’ve spent most of my life as a domestic engineer which allowed me the liberty of being a caregiver for many family members including my own special needs daughter. It also allowed me the freedom to volunteer and serve in many capacities.
Ephesians 2:10 states that we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.
Accepting that God has called me to serve Him and His people, I have served in many volunteer positions. It’s with great pleasure and humility, I have served my family, church, city and community. Through serving, God has blessed me with many gifts, talents, relationships and opportunities; all discovered while serving.
Serving God did not exempt me but prepared me for many battles that I’ve had to experience in life.
I’m excited for this path that God has placed me on. Thought my own experience with breast cancer in 2021, I learned even the more of what being a Faith Fighter was all about. Battling during the time of the pandemic, when the enemy desire was divide and conquer, but GOD'S PLAN was to separate and solidify, so that we could come together as a stronger unified force.
I stand stronger and wiser, excited about this opportunity to join forces with this amazing team of women as we continue to encourage women to “Fight Fiercely” reminding them that “No One Fights Alone.”
I am from Olive Branch, Mississippi. I'm a mother to 3 amazing children, and watching them grow up is my most joyous adventure; I'm also the wife of a one-in-a-million husband!
I obtained my nursing degree from Northwest Mississippi Community College in 2018 and currently work as a Licensed Practical Nurse within the Baptist Memorial Healthcare system. After going through my cancer journey in 2019, I founded Silver Fields Concierge Nursing in 2020 to help others who may be facing the physical challenges that come with post-operative care. I provide services such as incision and drain care, as well as emotional support, pain management, and medication management, amongst other services. Breast cancer can be a scary process from diagnosis through recovery and on to survival, and I am grateful to my Savior Jesus Christ for the opportunity to use my skills to help others through such a life-changing experience.
I am proud to share my gifts through such a wonderful organization as Pink Savvy Inc.
I was born and raised in Greenville, Mississippi. I am a mother of 2 children, a boy and a girl. I am also a wife of a retired military veteran. I have worked in several fields during my career and now I'm currently a part-time Pharmacy Technician and Chiropractic Assistant. I have always wanted to be in a place where I can serve and help the community, especially women or those who are alone. I was invited to a Pink Savvy event in 2017 and my heart was so full watching this event and the way the women supported each other. I knew it was something special and I've been supporting ever since.