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National Professional Advisor Network

Every second of every day, the American Cancer Society is helping someone who’s facing cancer. And your clients’ contributions are a big part of helping us fulfill our vision to end cancer as we know it, for everyone. To help you in return, we created the National Professional Advisor Network (NPAN). Through NPAN we can provide you with reliable, easy-to-use tools and resources to help your clients make informed decisions regarding their estate plans.

Watch the video and see how the American Cancer Society is fulfilling its vision to end cancer as we know it, for everyone.

Advisor Spotlight

For some people, it’s a job. For others, it’s an opportunity to infuse their day-to-day tasks with a passion to help. From this passion, we recognize exceptional advisors who encourage and present philanthropic opportunities to clients who are planning their estates and intend to help us end cancer as we know it, for everyone.

Award recipient Sarah Wolk

Sarah Wolk

American Cancer Society National Professional Advisor of the Year

As a Partner and Senior Wealth Advisor with Mosaic Family Wealth, Sarah facilitates meaningful conversations with her clients about the significant impact they can make because of their hard work and success. Her efforts to increase her clients’ awareness of our mission have led to significant gains in improving the lives of cancer patients and their families.

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For Dr. Curtis Miyamoto, helping patients through their cancer journey isn’t just a job: it’s a calling. In his three decades of experience, Dr. Miyamoto has seen firsthand the relentless nature of cancer and what it can do to patients and their families. But he chose to work in the field because he knows that cancer will, one day, be ended.