Special Announcement | COVID-19

Thriving Together Goes Virtual

After much discussion and as a precautionary measure due to Covid-19 (Novel Coronavirus), Komen NCTC’s Thriving Together Support Group will GO VIRTUAL. We will be utilizing Zoom Meetings as we believe this is an accessible option for all. Zoom Meetings for desktop and mobile enables meeting participants to join by phone, video or both.

Our priority is always the health and safety of our patient advocates as well as other attendees. We will continue to follow the recommendations of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and will proceed with virtual meetings as long as necessary. We ask for your patience and adaptability during this difficult time.


Third Thursday of each month from 5:30pm – 7:00pm

  • Thursday, April 16
  • Thursday, May 21
  • Thursday, June 18
  • Thursday, July 16


For more information and to register for the online meeting, email MBCsupport@komennctc.org or call (919) 493-2873.

Learn more about Zoom Meetings here.


Free and open to all individuals living with MBC.

THRIVING TOGETHER: A Support Group for Individuals Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC)


Meets once monthly. Every 3rd Thursday of the month at 5:30 pm.


Free and open to all individuals living with MBC. No registration necessary.


For more information, email MBCsupport@komennctc.org or call (919) 493-2873.

Meet the Facilitator

Katrina had her world turned upside down at just 36 years old. A divorced mom with 2 boys and facing a devastating Metastatic Breast Cancer diagnosis. While fighting for her life her sense of loneliness, even when surrounded by loved ones, was almost as devastating as the diagnosis itself. Making sure others facing this diagnosis do not have to feel so alone is a passion of hers. Katrina is a graduate of Guilford College with a BA in Psychology, American Cancer Society trained Peer Mentor and SHARE trained Peer Group Facilitator. She uses her platform as a speaker, peer mentor, and advocate with the hope that she can make a difference in as many lives as possible.

Help us spread the news about our group!

Download a Support Group flyer here.

Learn more about metastatic breast cancer.