About Night Out With “The Girls”

Why Does Early Breast Cancer Detection Matter?

She found a lump and followed-up.

Jessica, our founder, knows first-hand what it is like to find a lump, contact a healthcare provider, go through tests/screenings and wait for results. She also knows the fears, anxiety and concerns associated with the unexpected question so many people face, “could I have breast cancer?”

Like so many, Jessica was given the dreaded breast cancer diagnosis. However, when she was told, “you caught it early,” that statement was a game-changer in how she viewed her new reality. She had a new sense of hope, strength and confidence to fight, and conquer the disease.

The reality is early breast cancer detection only works when action is taken.

Jessica started Night Out with “The Girls” (NOWTG) to educate everyone about the importance of early breast cancer detection and inspire them to move from awareness to action. NOWTG’ equips people with the need-to-know tools, information and knowledge so they are prepared to take action immediately if/when something does not seem quite right with their breasts. NOWTG does this through different divisions to include options for employers to bring education to their workplace, individuals that are wanting to learn at their own pace, and people that feel connected to the cause can host their own NOWTG events.

Jessica recognizes that “taking action” is sometimes easier said than done. NOWTG programs are intentionally designed to help replace fears, anxiety and concerns often associated with early breast cancer detection with empowerment, encouragement and excitement.

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Comfort, Connection, Conversation

NOWTG is disruptive, unique and FUN approach to learning about early breast cancer detection and overall breast health. The programs developed through The Breast Education and Beyond the Bra Facilitator Program, help people navigate through the complexities of early breast cancer detection in a manner that exudes comfort, connection and conversation and leaves them inspired and ready to take action if/when it is necessary.

In an effort to educate every person in the United State about the importance of early breast cancer detection, NOWTG is partnering with employers that understand the dire need to educate their employees about how to be more breast health aware and the importance of following up with a healthcare provider with any concerns. We bring our program to companies that value wellness and recognize that their employees are the lifeblood of their organizations. Learn more about how we do this through The Breast Education.

Comfort. Connection, Conversation. These three words are the pillars of the NOWTG experience. All of our programs leave participants feeling comfortable talking about breast health, connect with their colleagues in a unique, memorable way, and participate in real (much-needed) conversation about an incredibly important topic.

“They made it educational while not being uncomfortable or boring. It was a fun and comfortable environment to talk about something not so fun and comfortable.”
US Bank Participant

Together We Are Strong

Did you know that breast cancer is the #1 cancer claim for insurance? Did you know that 1 out of 8 women* in the United States, and 1 out of 1000 men, will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime?

These are statistics we cannot change, but TOGETHER, we can help people become educated to take preventative steps to catch breast cancer early. Not only does this increase the options for treatment and increase the survival rate, but it can save tremendous amounts of money and time off of work.

Does your company have what it takes to take action? Learn more about The Breast Education Here:

The Breast Education

*Statistics are based on sex assigned at birth

“I truly thought it was one of the best virtual experiences I’ve been a part of. “
Melissa M.


Together WE are strong