At 36 years old, a part-time single mom of two young children, the last thing Randalynn saw coming was a cancer diagnosis, let alone one with “ovarian” in front of it. Knowing she would have been doing women a lot of injustice if she didn’t use her voice to tell her story and create awareness around this deadly disease that whispers, she has used social media and her blog as a platform to do both things, along with creating a sense of community for ovarian cancer survivors around the globe.