Olivia Fe' founded the Latina Breast Cancer Agency (LBCA) in April 2002 in response to the growing need for breast and cervical cancer education and awareness programs for underserved Latinas living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Ms. Fe' brings extensive managerial, fund-raising and program development experience to her role as executive director. She oversees the development and execution of all LBCA programs and policies in close cooperation with the Agency's board of directors.
She has developed key partnerships with local hospitals and clinics in order to achieve the Agency's goals and objectives in assisting low-income, uninsured Latinas access and navigate the health care system.
Ms. Fe' chairs the Bay Area Women's Health Advocacy Council, she is an advisory board member for the San Francisco Women's Cancer Network, St. Luke's Hospital, UCSF's Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Care Center and a member of the Leadership committee for the Avon Breast Care Fund at San Francisco General Hospital.