The emotions after breast cancer can be a complex blend of gratitude, anxiety, and hope, as survivors celebrate their recovery while remaining mindful of their health. Alongside these feelings, many experience a profound sense of aloneness, grappling with the definition of a “new normal.” .

Our Team

Abby Keller Abby is a holistic cancer coach who specializes in supporting individuals living with and post cancer, as they navigate the complex physical, mental, and emotional challenges of treatment and survivorship. Abby is also passionate about educating and empowering caregivers, offering guidance on how to provide effective support to cancer patients, whilst caring for oneself. Combining her experience of a decade of oncology nursing and certifications as a health and life coach, she fills a gap that many experience when interacting with the traditional healthcare system.  Rooted in holistic healthcare principles and evidenced-based strategies, Abby’s coaching aims to address and care for the whole person- not just the physical, but also the emotional, mental, spiritual, relational, cultural, sexual, and environmental aspects of health. Abby’s coaching is client driven, focusing on the needs of the individual, fostering empowerment, self-acceptance, and resilience.

Marcela Shine is a dedicated Board member and has played an integral role in the growth of The Tutu Project. She is a champion for breast cancer patients, diligently working to provide them with emotional and financial support to ease their journey.

Her expertise as a versatile business strategist, coupled with her background in go-to-market strategy, digital, and product marketing, has greatly enhanced The Tutu Project’s mission.

Linda Carey is the President of The Carey Foundation, also known as The Tutu Project, a breast cancer nonprofit that provides financial and emotional support for women and men diagnosed with breast cancer. Since being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2006, Linda emerged from behind the scenes as a voice, advocate, and inspiration for others touched by the disease.


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