President of MLebron-Foundation, Inc.
I am happily married for 28 years to my bride, Laura. I have two children, Stephanie and Bill and four grandchildren, Abigail, Parker, Addison and Sawyer.
I worked in the Restaurant Industry for 22 years, managing 200 employees through seven locations. My responsibilities included hiring and training managers to uphold the Company Standards. I rolled out many new products and systems to my organization over the years. My main goal was always helping people develop their skills and move up in the organization. In my last year in the restaurant business, I was able to help 7 people move to the next level of management. The most gratifying experience in my career is assisting employees to grow in their position and make life better for them.
In 2010 I left the Restaurant Industry. I now work in another Service Industry managing 8 stores with 80 employees. My new role still allows me to help people grow; develop their skills and talents, which will allow them to advance in their careers.
I look forward to the day when I can devote all of my time to the MLeBron-Foundation, Inc. and help as many people as possible across this United States.
Breast cancer occurs when breast cells divide and grow without control, sometimes invading surrounding tissue.Breast cancer can be classified generally as follows:
- Non-Invasive Breast Cancer
- Invasive Cancer
- Metastatic Breast Cancer
Everyone's treatment is different. To help doctors decide on the best treatment, the stage of the cancer needs to be determined.
- Radiation Therapy or Radiotherapy
- Hormonal Therapy