Tigerlily founder and CEO Maimah Karmo is a triple-negative breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer at only 32 years old with no prior family history. With no targeted treatment for triple-negative, she overcame her fears and worries by stepping into action to create what’s now Tigerlily Foundation. She wanted young women like herself with the disease to know whatever the diagnosis, it doesn’t own you – you decide how to live your life despite it.
Maimah’s Recommended Resources
A national breast cancer foundation providing education, awareness, advocacy and hands-on support to young women (15-45) – before, during and after breast cancer.
Tigerlily Foundation Inclusion Pledge
The #InclusionPledge provides a transparent and tangible framework across stakeholders to identify and track equity actions, holding organizations accountable to making specific, measurable outcomes that will result in dismantling systemic barriers and co-creating solutions that will result in health equity for Black women and end disparities in our lifetime.
Tigerlily Foundation Clinical Trials
A transformational initiative to accelerate the delivery of innovative treatments to our patients, with a strategic focus on populations that are facing the highest disparities.