Meet Our Portt Brand Ambassadors for 2024!

Today we're thrilled to introduce the incredible individuals who will be representing and embodying the spirit of Portt throughout 2024. We are beyond excited to welcome a dynamic group of women who share our passion, values, and enthusiasm for the Portt brand. As we embark on this new chapter, let's dive into the introductions of the remarkable personalities who will be our Portt Brand Ambassadors for the year ahead.

2024 Ambassadors

Cait Kelly headshot
My name is Cait and I live with my two rescue dogs in Phoenix, Arizona. I work in the financial industry, but when I am not working, I love traveling, exploring new restaurants, and going to concerts and theater shows. In February of 2020, at the age of 33, I was diagnosed with de novo, triple positive metastatic breast cancer, with a single bone met in my sternum. I spent the majority of 2020 navigating the pandemic, 8 rounds of chemotherapy, and 2 surgeries before being declared NED (no evidence of disease) in December of that year. Since then, I continue to receive two maintenance drugs via my port, every three weeks.

I don’t take my NED status for granted and since my diagnosis, I have dove into the Advocacy space with organizations like The Breasties, Cancer Culture, Metavivor, Donor Network of Arizona, and Genentech. I am thrilled to be able to be an ambassador for Portt and can’t wait to keep sharing a product that’s been a game changer for me the last few months.
Hi, my name is Em Jamieson, and I'm an outpatient onco-palliative nurse based out of Houston, TX! I'm a Duke Blue Devil nurse and have been working in oncology for 6 years. I love creating educational, entertaining content about cancer and oncology nursing, and I never shy away from an opportunity to celebrate my field. I am stoked about working with Portt as an ambassador, and I look forward to what our future holds!

Michelle is a LA and NYC-based breast cancer survivor who was diagnosed with Stage 1b hormone positive breast cancer at the age of 27. Before her diagnosis, she helped build a cancer center from the ground up and managed its daily operations. She is currently a Patient Experience manager at a cancer health system. Michelle's passion is to pay it forward to the cancer community by using her professional skills and personal experiences at work and through social media. Her mission is to help individuals impacted by cancer to navigate their unique journeys, survivorship, health and wellness, and everything in between. Follow her journey on Instagram and her blog!

Mindy Miller
Mindy is a nearly 8-year breast cancer survivor who finds great meaning in sharing her story while advocating for breast health education for young people. Her “why” lies in carving out a soft spot to land for those newly diagnosed, whether in her geographic community or on her social media platforms. Her hope is that by doing so, she can sow breadcrumbs of hope for those who will find themselves entering this community in 2 weeks, 2 months, or 2 years. Mindy treasures the space she keeps, aiming to foster an environment where lifelong connections can be formed and robust community can be built. Having received IV chemotherapy and immunotherapy for nearly a full year, she often found herself struggling to find comfortable attire with optimal port accessibility. Mindy believes deeply in the mission for sustainability + function and is both honored and excited to support Portt in the upcoming year!
Natasha Ewa is a 36yo wife, mother, psychotherapist, private practice owner , photographer, author and stage 2 breast cancer survivor who is in her
6th year of remission. Natasha received her diagnosis of estrogen receptor positive, Her2 negative, grade 3 breast cancer, at the age of 29, and less than 2 months after her wedding. Natasha has been on her healing journey ever since. Natasha has undergone several surgeries since then related to the cancer, to include a bilateral mastectomy. Natasha has undergone chemotherapy and has since been induced into medical menopause by way of lupron and daily exemestane. Natasha's personal mission is to provide education to other men and women about the layered facets of the human encounter with a life changing experience, such as breast cancer in addition to encouraging peaceful living. Things that bring Natasha peace include gardening, calming scents, boundaries, and since she is a texture eater, crunchy foods. Connect with Natasha on Instagram or Facebook
Sara was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma at the age of 31. She went through a lumpectomy, chemotherapy and radiation during the pandemic. Sara is now on endocrine therapy for the next ten years. She began writing poetry during her treatment to help her cope and found it to be a nice way to connect with other cancer rebels. Sara also co-founded the Bloom Club which is a safe space for young women who have experienced to go on adventures together. @the.bloomclub

We want to express our deepest gratitude to our Portt community. Your unwavering support and enthusiasm continue to inspire us. Together with our outstanding Brand Ambassadors, we look forward to a year filled with collaboration, creativity, and the celebration of the Portt spirit. Keep your eyes peeled for exciting collaborations, behind-the-scenes moments, and exclusive content from our ambassadors. Here's to a fantastic 2024!

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