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Colleen Cowette
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Colleen Cowette

“A good friend had recently been diagnosed with cancer. It was completely unexpected and really made me stop and think about what I was doing with my life. I had stepped away from volunteer activities for several years and decided it was time to get back in the game.”

In the dynamic world of marketing and branding, few individuals possess the eclectic blend of skills and experiences quite like Colleen Cowette, Director for Pink Revolution. Picture a professional who embodies the essence of a journalist, marketer, and strategist, all rolled into one, with a dash of Harley Davidson bravado and Ray Ban cool. With over two decades of expertise in marketing and business development under her belt, Colleen has honed her craft in building brand awareness, shaping captivating brand narratives, and driving sales for companies across various industries. Currently serving as the Senior Brand Marketing Supervisor for BHC in Charlotte, NC, Colleen brings her wealth of knowledge to the table with a fervent desire to leverage her skills in marketing and fundraising to propel Pink Revolution towards its noble mission.

Residing in Goffstown, New Hampshire, alongside her wife, Joselyn, and stepson, Trenton, Colleen's life story intertwines with a rich tapestry of accomplishments and commitments. Her alma mater, Keene State College, serves as the backdrop to her journey, marked by a multitude of successes and contributions in both professional endeavors and charitable pursuits. Her illustrious career has seen her serve on numerous non-profit boards and committees, including notable organizations such as the Manchester Police Athletic League and the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. A seasoned presenter and keynote speaker at various conferences and events, Colleen's expertise has left an indelible mark on audiences across different domains. Yet, it is her deeply personal connection to Pink Revolution that fuels her passion for the cause. As a sorority sister and friend of the founder, Lauren Caulfield, Colleen's involvement stems from a place of genuine empathy and a shared commitment to making a meaningful difference in the lives of those affected by cancer.

For Colleen, the decision to join Pink Revolution's board was more than just a professional opportunity—it was a calling driven by personal reflection and a renewed sense of purpose. Having witnessed the impact of cancer on her loved ones, including a close friend who was recently diagnosed, she felt compelled to re-engage with volunteerism and contribute her skills to an organization dedicated to supporting individuals through their cancer journey. With her unwavering dedication and boundless enthusiasm, Colleen embodies the spirit of empowerment and resilience that defines Pink Revolution's mission.

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” - Mary Oliver

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