Start the Survivor Movement

It’s time for us to start the cancer survivorship movement in Southern California.

Event Details

DATE                 Saturday, June 29, 2019
TIME                  7:30A – 4:30P
LOCATION      Riverside Convention Center, 3637 5th Street, Riverside, CA

PARKING        Free parking at Convention Center parking lot

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What you will learn

Our goal with the SoCal Women’s Cancer Conference is simple, but bold: to create an inspiring event, which will provide quality education and hands on workshops that will motivate our female survivors to implement real and tangible life changing skills beyond diagnosis and treatment.

This one-day conference is a one-of-a-kind event in Southern California that focuses on what it means to be a woman and a cancer survivor. This event promises to offer a memorable and incredible experience for all of our participants throughout all of Southern California.

About Riverside Community Health Foundation

Riverside Community Health Foundation (RCHF) is a long standing non-profit serving the City of Riverside and the Inland Empire. As the largest local health related non-profit, RCHF’s mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of our community. We do so by building and leveraging partnerships and resources to create more meaningful programs that serve the community.

An example of such programs includes The Pink Ribbon Place – our breast cancer resource center, where we offer a safe haven for all of those who have been impacted by breast cancer. We provide services such as individual and family counseling, support groups, wigs, and breast prosthesis – free of cost.

For more information of Riverside Community Health Foundation and its impact on our community, please visit
















Our Past Speakers

Meet our 2018 keynote speakers


Regional Medical Specialist At Myriad Genetics

Monique is an experienced oncology and cancer genetics trained nurse who serves as a clinical resource at Myriad. Prior to joining the Myriad team she worked as an oncology nurse navigator, specialized breast cancer nurse, and high risk/cancer genetics program coordinator in both surgical and imaging service lines. In addition, she is a 16+ year triple-negative breast cancer survivor and a BRCA1 mutation carrier with a passion for helping those diagnosed with cancer and the prevention of cancer in those who are at risk.

Teresa Rhyne, Esq.

Lawyer, NY Times Bestselling Author

Teresa Rhyne is a lawyer, writer, dog lover and breast cancer survivor (though definitely not in that order). She loves wine, books, coffee and dogs (still not in order) and loathes exercise, Christmas, and chocolate (probably in that order). She has lived in Southern California (it’s like its own state) for her entire life but only recently has she lived in any one house longer than five years. She shares said house with her boyfriend Chris and their irrepressible, diabolically cute beagles.

Newly Diagnosed

women in Southern California, alone.

breast cancer

uterus & cervical

Schedule of Events

7:30 am
Registration, Breakfast & Expo

Registration and check in for the event opens promptly at 7:30am. A continental breakfast will be provided including coffee, tea, and juice.

To find out more about the session topics, select the "Breakout Sessions" tab.

To find out more about the session topics, select the "Breakout Sessions" tab.

A healthy lunch will be served followed by a short break to allow you to visit all of our vendor and wellness expo booths! Wellness expo includes massages, hair and make up classes provided by Karen Allen Salon, and so much more!

To find out more about the session topics, select the "Breakout Sessions" tab.

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listen to why people think this is important

It is so important… to talk to other women who have experienced what you are going through or getting ready to experience. It really has helped me through this journey and it will do the same for you.
MONICA PRICENurse Practitioner & Breast Cancer Survivor
I have good days and bad, sometimes it feels like I am going down a rabbit hole that I will never get out of and that there is no light in sight. But then I remember that I have a family to LIVE for and a lot more fight left in me.
KARA ADAMSDiagnosed May 3, 2016
My sisters live in England and Australia… [so] finding a place where I could talk with other people about breast cancer has been invaluable. To have a place to vent… I have found an extended family out here.
ANN NILSSENBRCA1 Positive & Previvor

Empower Yourself

and register for the SoCal Women’s Cancer Conference today!

General sponsors

these awesome organizations support us

San Manuel

Contact Us

  • The Pink Ribbon Place
    4275 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA
  • (951) 823 - 0261
  • 08:00 - 4:30