Home Balancing Colorectal Cancer and Employment Balancing Colorectal Cancer and Employment Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Twitter Copy this URL Share via Email In this webinar, we explore balancing your job and a cancer diagnosis. Working after a cancer diagnosis comes with many unexpected challenges. These challenges could include talking to your colleagues about your diagnosis, taking time off from work or reducing work hours, financial stressors, and more. In this webinar presented by Nicole Jarvis, LMSW, Manager of Programs at Cancer and Careers, we will cover it all and more. Watch the Webinar on YouTube View the Slides on Slideshare Balancing work & Colorectal Cancer - August 2017 Webinar from Fight Colorectal Cancer About The Presenter Nicole Jarvis Nicole Jarvis joined the Cancer and Careers team in October 2015 as a Manager of Programs. She manages the 13 annual Cancer and Careers webinars, Blog, Newsfeed, and Professional Development Micro-Grants program in addition to assisting with the regional and national conferences.Nicole provides direct support and referrals to the many patients, survivors and healthcare professionals who reach out to the organization, both via phone and email. Nicole received her Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a focus on women’s health. Following graduation, she worked at Memorial Sloan Kettering for four years in the chemotherapy unit and for a renal oncologist, until attaining her Master of Social Work degree from Hunter College, in 2013. Prior to joining Cancer and Careers, Nicole worked for 3 years as a social worker in the child welfare arena, advocating for parents in family court.