Board Of Directors
Ms. Parker comes from a strong family history of breast cancer that goes back 3 generations. After her mother’s second diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ, she immediately knew in her heart that this diagnosis came with a greater purpose and calling. Two days later Daughters Against Breast Cancer, Inc. was born. As a Certified Christian Life Coach and Holistic Health Coach, her commitment to breast cancer patients, survivors, and their daughters is to help them achieve optimal wellness and live a life free of disease and illness.
Ms. Parker’s greatest satisfaction in life is seeing people overcome obstacles and reach new heights that they never thought possible! And now she is making it her life’s work to empower women around the world to start making the most of their health and lives. Don’t let life pass you by! Maximize every moment!
Before joining Daughters Against Breast Cancer, Ms. Mogus spent the last 9 months attending Texas Center for Massage Therapy. Prior to that she spent 22 years as a retail manager for Sam’s Club. Her experience required in-depth club knowledge, great communication, organizational, financial and people skills while motivating teams and ensuring clubs are profitable as well as good partners within their communities.
Ms. Mogus has a strong passion for helping and educating others to be successful. Ms. Mogus is a licensed massage therapist specializing in rehabilitation, disease prevention, and wellness for breast cancer patients.
Outside of Daughters Against Breast Cancer, Keri enjoys spending time with her family and friends, working out, and being able to give back and help others.
Mrs. White was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, and refers to herself as a “True Southern Gal.” Katrina is a graduate from the University of Memphis with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Finance.
Mrs. White developed her love for volunteer services while attending Craigmont High School in Memphis, Tennessee during her sophomore year. Throughout the years, she remained active in her community and church up until her relocation, with her family, to the Dallas/Fort Worth area in 2013. Katrina is also a former AmeriCorps VISTA where she served as a Volunteer VISTA with the Girl Scouts Heart of the South Council in Memphis, Tennessee. While in Memphis, she worked for 11 years in the medical office field that helped developed her broad knowledge of healthcare while working for private practices, medical groups, and local hospitals.