Ashley D. Berry was the keynote speaker at The Baytown Sun’s inaugural Women’s Expo Aug. 18, sponsored by Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital. Berry gave a powerful presentation on her personal experiences after going through a diagnosis of breast cancer at age 30 as a single mother. Nine years later she is encouraging others to be “undaunted” in their daily lives as they face challenges and make life decisions.

Berry is the founder and CEO of East Texas Cancer Alliance of Hope, which provides cancer patients funding sources for their unmet needs.

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