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Amber Montgomery
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debut appearance (PARTICULAR DATE OR RANGE OF DATES) in South Eastern
Idaho. Their purpose is to provide programs and services for men and women with breast
health and cancer questions.
One of the purposes of Komen is helping to facilitate mammography exams for those
needing financial assistance.
According to mayoclinic.org breast cancer is the second most diagnosed cancer in
women in the United States and, “Breast cancer survival rates have increased, and the
number of deaths steadily has been declining, which is largely due to a number of factors
such as earlier detection.”
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Standard Journal Interview

What is your major and year in school? What is your career goal?

I am a senior studying communication. My emphasis is public relations. When I
graduate I hope to either work for a non profit organization doing public relations
work or a public relations firm.

How did you become involved with the SGK foundation?

This semester I'm doing a senior project. I was having a hard time coming up
with something I really wanted to work on for my project. Many students do
blogs, or work for organizations on campus, but I really wanted to work for an
organization I could see myself working for after I graduate so that I could gain
valuable experience in the field I'm interested in.
I started asking past professors if they had any connections with organizations
that could use any assistance. Brett Sampson had been working with Susan G
Komen so I got in touch with his contacts in Boise, and they were excited to have
me work with them.

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Tell me about your experience and what motivated you to work with
them.

SGK really resonated with me as an organization I wanted to work for because I
have a history of cancer in my family, and I've really seen what things like
early detection can do. My grandmother had breast cancer, my dad had colon
cancer, and my little brother had brain cancer all with in the last five years or so.
Because all of them were able to get in to a doctor when they first noticed
something was wrong they were all able to treat it pretty well and overcome
cancer. I know that not everyone is as lucky as they are to have resources
to detect and treat things like cancer, and some people aren't aware what to look
for. I really loved that SGK wants to help people who might not be as lucky as my
family members have been.

What is the project you're helping SGK with?

I'm helping to get the message out to the community that SGK is bringing
resources to southeast Idaho. Their mission is really inspiring to me, "to save
lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for
all and energizing science to find the cures."

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What are your duties?

Right now I'm working to compile data that one of the public relations class
complied about how to best let the community know about the resources

 

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available to them. Then I'm helping to find ways to share that information. Letting
people know that SGK is here should also help pave the way for the race that we
hope to be able to put on in the fall.
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What are your feelings on this project?

I feel really excited about this project. When you really care about what you're
doing it makes the work really easy, and how could you not care about potentially
saving lives?

Tell me about your experience with SGK.

I'm from the Seattle area, and SGK is really big there and has been for a long
time. When I was a freshmen in high school I had a teacher that would take a few
days off every year in the fall to participate in the 3 day SGK race. I felt like she
really set a great example of getting involved and being passionate about a good
cause for us students.

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Feel free to tell any stories

I have a lot of cancer in my family (my grandmother, dad, and most recently my
little brother) and all of my family members have been extremely blessed by
knowing what to look for, and getting in to see a doctor early to start treating it.
That's what has made all the difference in the successful treatment of
their diagnoses.
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Anything else that comes to mind?

What would you say to students and community members who have never
heard of SGK?

Some of the things that I think are important to know about SGK is

75% of the money raised in Idaho stays in Idaho, the remaining 25% goes to
Komen National Research Grant Portfolio
Komen Idaho is a local resource for men and women with breast health and
breast cancer questions and for those in need of financial assistance for
mammography
Mission is to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering
people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures.

 

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What would you say to those who want to help
I would suggest that they go online and "like" Susan G. Komen,
Idaho Affiliate on Facebook they post information there when they're
looking for people to help out with races and events.
If anyone is interested in helping out with SGK or wants to learn
more they can contact us at 208-384-0013 or
sgkinfo@komenidaho.org

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We're also hoping to host a race locally in September which is
something that is certainly going to require support from the
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Standard Journal Article
BYU–Idaho Students Join fight for a Good
Cause
Elise Sakievich | Posted: Monday, February 2, 2015 1:13 pm

Join the fight.
REXBURG – Mrs. Sindleman left her students for three days every fall to run a
race—not with the goal of winning, but in the hope of saving lives.
Amber Montgomery sat at her desk in Arlington High, unaware that the memory
of her missing teacher would mean much more to her in the next few years.
The lives of Montgomery’s grandmother, father and younger brother were saved
because of people like her high school English teacher.
They all suffered from cancer.
The Susan G. Komen Foundation (SGK) is the global leader of the breast cancer
movement, holding local fundraising events, such as the race Mrs. Sindleman
attended, across the country.
Montgomery, a senior studying Public Relations at Brigham Young University—
Idaho, now works with SGK.
An increasing amount of students at BYU—Idaho are also involving themselves in
the work of SGK, helping them expand through eastern Idaho.
Brett Sampson, Director of Community Relations and University Events and
Public Relations Instructor, said, “It will be a wonderful thing for the women and
men of the area to become educated about breast cancer. They will save lives.”

 

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Susan G. Komen fought breast cancer and lost, but spent her living days
committed to making a difference for others with the disease.
In 1982, Komen’s sister, Nancy G. Brinker, founded the SGK foundation in her
honor.
With the mission to “save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering
people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures,”
SGK has funded more breast cancer research than any other non-profit
organization.
Jodi Weak, Mission Manager of the Idaho Affiliate of SGK, said, “Since its
founding in 1982, Komen has funded more than $800 million in research and
provided more than $1.7 billion in funding screening, education, treatment and
psychosocial support programs.”
According to Weak, these services extend to millions of people in more than 30
countries around the world.
The Idaho Affiliate began in 1999 and now serves 28 counties in Idaho, providing
over $5.3 million in local community-based grants.
“As of April 1, 2014, we will be providing services to all of Idaho,” Weak said.
“Expanding our services… means health care facilities and community
organizations will be eligible to apply for funding so that all Idahoans can access
breast health services.”
The grants SGK gives to organizations and facilities cover the cost of screening
mammograms, diagnostic services and patient assistance for those unable to afford
such services, Weak said.
“We know there are uninsured and underinsured people throughout Idaho and we
are excited to be able to expand our services so that lack of insurance and finances
are not a barrier,” she said.
Montgomery said her high school teacher, Mrs. Sindleman, set an example of
being involved and passionate about a good cause.
Searching for an organization to assist for her senior project, Montgomery tried to
find a place with a cause she’d like to work for after she graduated.

 

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“I started asking past professors if they had any connections…” she said. “Brett
Sampson had been working with Susan G. Komen.”
Montgomery said SGK resonated with her because of the experience she’s had
with cancer in her family.
“I’ve really seen what things like early detection can do,” she said. “My
grandmother had breast cancer, my dad had colon cancer and my little brother had
brain cancer.”
Because they were able to recognize symptoms and see a doctor early, each of
them received proper treatment and overcame the disease.
“I know not everyone is as lucky as they are, to have resources to detect and treat
things like cancer,” Montgomery said. “And some people aren’t aware what to
look for.”
Montgomery is helping SGK get their message to the community that resources
will soon be available.
She’s not the only student inspired by the foundation’s cause.
Weak spoke of her first involvement with BYU—Idaho.
“We were originally approached by a professor who had a student that wanted to
focus her class projects on Susan G. Komen and breast cancer,” Weak said.
The student’s mother had been undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
Sampson said his public relations class did campaign work for SGK in the fall of
2014.
Weak said SGK was honored to have his class focus on their upcoming expansion.
“I can’t express how impressed I am with the students from professor Sampson’s
class,” she said. “The presentations they gave showed they valued their work and
the experience they had with Komen Idaho. More importantly, each group was
able to contribute in a way that was meaningful to them.”
Weak said many of the students were motivated by personal experiences. Those
who have and are still working with SGK are doing their part in the fight against
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After the class’s projects were prepared and presented to Weak, a student came up
to her with an additional idea for a fundraiser event.
Another student is now working with SGK for her copyediting class, editing their
print material, education pieces and community profile.
“When you really care about what you're doing it makes the work really easy,”
Montgomery said. “How could you not care about potentially saving lives?”
Weak said SGK is honored with the support and impressed with the
professionalism and work ethic of the students and staff at BYU—Idaho.
“I hope to be able to continue to allow students the opportunity to work with
Komen Idaho as needed,” she said.
There are several ways BYU—Idaho and the community can be involved, Weak
said. First, by spreading the word.
“We want people to know we are a resource for them whenever they need us,” she
said. “If someone needs breast health education materials they can call us; if
someone needs to know where they can get a mammogram they can call us. Even
though we are not located in Rexburg we can be a resource for the people of
Rexburg.”
SGK is always looking for businesses to host or sponsor events, like Race for the
Cure.
“Through sponsorship we are able to keep our costs at a minimum which provides
more funding for community grants and research,” Weak said.
“We’re hoping to host a race locally in September,” Montgomery said, “which is
something that is certainly going to require support from the community.”
SGK currently holds an annual Race for the Cure in Boise in May and in Coeur
d’Alene in September.
“We plan to start a Race for the Cure in Idaho Falls in the near future,” Weak said.
“The Race for the Cure series is significant because 75 percent of the money
raised stays in Idaho; the remaining 25 percent goes to the Komen National
Research Portfolio.”
Susan G. Komen, Idaho Affiliate’s Facebook page posts information on their races
and events for those who would like to help.

 

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Connect with them on Facebook at facebook.com/susangkomen and Twitter
@SusanGKomen. Or visit komen.org or call 1-877 GO KOMEN.
“All of my family members have been extremely blessed by knowing what to look
for, and getting in to see a doctor early,” Montgomery said. “That’s what made all
the difference.”
Elise Sakievich is an intern at the Standard Journal and can be reached
at reporter3@uvsj.com.
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