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Stacey Tinianov is an early stage breast cancer thriver, a board certified patient advocate, and a community engagement consultant in the San Francisco Bay area. Since her diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer, Stacey has become a vocal advocate for patient engagement and empowerment via collaborative education; community building; shared decision making; health data access; and person-centered design. When it comes to person-centered advocacy, her goal is to build bridges between science, industry, policy and communities to improve understanding and participation in both directions in order to ultimately deliver accessible, quality, person-centered care and accelerate research.
Stacey is a co-founder of Advocates for Collaborative Education (ACE); an advisor to Ciitizen and CareLoop; a board member of Bay Area Young Survivors (BAYS); an advisory board member of Camp Kesem SCU and the California Precision Medicine Consortium (CaPMC); founding member of Kaiser Santa Clara’s Member Patient Advisory Council (MPAC); a research advocate for Komen AIS and UCSF’s Breast Science Advocacy Core (BSAC); and a policy advocate for the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS). She is an individual member of CARIN Alliance, the COVID-19 and Cancer Consortium (CCC19) and the Palliative Care Advocacy Initiative