Author Archives: Jennifer Windrum

Jennifer Windrum is a social media entrepreneur, journalist, PR professional and activist using social media to create CHANGE! Founder of the WTF for Lung Cancer? campaign.

Give a SMAC! Monkey! Let’s SMAC! #LungCancer During Lung Cancer Awareness Month…and Beyond.

WTF? Where’s the Funding for Lung Cancer and SMAC! Sock Monkeys Against Cancer and are teaming up with the LUNGevity Foundation for the SMAC! Monkey Angel Matching Program during the month of November – Lung Cancer Awareness Month. The SMAC! Monkey Angel Matching Program is aiming to put Phoenix, the lung cancer fighting SMAC! monkey, into the arms of…

Happy Birthday Mom. Thank You For MY Gift Through YOUR Legacy.

I haven’t written a blog post since my Mom passed away last December. I attempted to write a Mother’s Day post, but it overwhelmed me too much. I’m in a much better place today…thanks to my Mom, Leslie Lehrman.     Tomorrow (Sunday, August 4th, 2013) would have been my Mom’s birthday…the big 7-0.  I…

My Final Goodbye to Mom: “Heavenly Hair. A Voice. A Difference.”

Mom and Me

      My Mom, Leslie Lehrman, passed away on December 5th, 2012, after a six year valiant battle with lung cancer. As I mention in my eulogy below, Mom and I became partners in lung cancer crime three years ago – making a pact to publicly chronicle her journey with lung cancer through a…

Dying With Mom Part I

I knew this time would come. I’m still not ready for it. I can’t fathom the thought of losing my Mom. But, this hell she is enduring can’t end soon enough. For seven years, my Mom, Leslie Lehrman, has battled lung cancer. She is losing her battle as I type this. Nope, she never smoked….

Pledge NOW to Bring “SMAC! Sock Monkeys Against Cancer” to Life!

NoMo is the ringleader of  “SMAC! – Sock Monkeys Against Cancer”, a gang of monkeys that provides tangible support to those with cancer, reminding them no one fights it alone. Right now, NoMo is just a prototype. But, with YOUR help, NoMo and his SMAC! buddy, Phoenix, can soon be in the hands of those…