HER2 Foundation

The Women Warriors Project
Metastatic Breast Cancer is a tough topic, especially for the women who must deal with
it—most of whom are given a 35% chance to survive beyond five years.
That’s why public awareness is so important -- to encourage more research and to help
the women navigating the complex treatment protocols.
About Us – the Herstory
Jacqueline Rudolph is an activist artist in Santa Fe, NM who paints, sculpts, and
designs clothing such as the “Warrior” jacket worn by Governor Michelle Lujan-
Grisham. Dr. Anna Voltura is a renowned breast surgeon, a fellowship Trained Breast
Surgical Oncologist from John Hopkins and the University of New Mexico.
When Dr. Voltura opened her medical office in Santa Fe, Jacqueline painted a series of
portraits of iconic women celebrities who have experienced or are fighting the plight of
breast cancer to decorate the waiting room and clinical exam rooms. She named the
series “Women Warriors”.
Ava Stern, serial entrepreneur and business consultant, saw Jacqueline’s “Women
Warriors” paintings at Dr. Voltura’s office opening and found them so inspiring that in
2020 she formed a company named Artemis Enterprises Inc. to place them in breast
cancer clinics and cancer centers all over the country. These three women then formed
the HER2 Foundation to raise awareness of metastatic breast cancer and provide
trained Navigators to help patients through the complex system of treatment protocol.
Joyce Bogosian, businesswoman and healthcare executive joined the company in
2023.
These paintings are unique not only in the artistic style that makes them gleam off the
walls, but because they are inspirational to every patient who sees them.
Each of these portraits is accompanied by a personal quote from the subject of the
painting herself.
Women Warriors is the first of an ongoing series of impressionist portraits of iconic
women who have experienced or are fighting the plight of breast cancer. The goal is to
exhibit this series in cancer centers, clinics and foundations around the country and sell
the giclee’s of the original portraits. A percentage of all proceeds will be donated to the
HER2 Foundation.
Patient Navigation
Is a process by which a trained “Navigator” guides a patient from the point of a
screening mammogram through to diagnosis of breast cancer and its treatment plan
protocol, identifying and removing barriers to care along the way. Patient navigators
also work with patients’ families and caregivers. This can be one individual or a team of
people working together to perform this function.

How You Can Help
We are inviting select participants to join us in several possible opportunities.
1. Donate to HER2 Foundation to initiate the Patient Navigation Program.
2. Host an Exhibit for the Women Warriors Project, make introductions, participate in
activist fashion and merchandise joint ventures.
3. Cancer Centers, clinics, and foundations can purchase the Women Warriors
painting series for their facilities.
To view the WOMEN WARRIORS painting series, visit
JACQUELINERUDOLPH.COM.
For inquires and more information contact:
Ava Stern, CEO, Artemis Enterprises Inc. and Director of HER2 Foundation
AStern@iteratepartners.com
505-501-1771
Joyce Bogosian, Sr. VP of Artemis Enterprises Inc. and Director of HER2 Foundation
joycebogosian@gmail.com
505-577-6092