Actress Emma Stone has been an Ambassador for our free cancer support organization and a champion for our mission since 2012. Emma has been an active member of our community and especially our children and teens program. She was honored with the Gilda Radner Award at our 25th Anniversary Benefit Gala in November 2020. The full anniversary gala and her acceptance speech can be viewed HERE.
Mary Elizabeth Williams
Mary Elizabeth Williams is a journalist and the author of the 2016 memoir A Series of Catastrophes & Miracles: A True Story of Love, Science, & Cancer, a starred Kirkus, Library Journal, and Booklist selection. She has written for The New York Times, Time Motto, and The Guardian, and has spoken on cancer and healing for the Parker Institute for Cancer, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and numerous other organizations, including ours. She and her family have been active members of our community since 2011. In 2012, Mary Elizabeth was a proud member of our TCS NYC marathon team.
In an interview on behalf of our free cancer support program, Mary Elizabeth said, “After cancer you never go back to your life. You go forward in a new life. And that life will always be informed by the experience of cancer. Always. Cancer is a part of our lives every single day. So [Red Door Community] is a part of our lives every single day.”