Trendsetter to Know: Jenny Martin

Name: Jenny Martin       

Title: CEO/Founder of Phoenix Cancer Support Network (PCSN), Director of Business Development at Arizona Center for Cancer Care (AZCCC)

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Age: 43

Married/Single: Married

Kids: 3

City you live in: Phoenix

A typical day in my life includes…

workout, gratitude practice, my day job as Director of Business Development at AZCCC, running a household, calling my mom, and my night job as CEO of PCSN. 

I was born…

in Washington DC, grew up in Milwaukee, WI.

My favorite thing about Arizona…

mountains and sunshine.

I’m listening to…

podcasts… lots of podcasts (about personal growth).

My family…

is everything.

If I could have dinner with anyone, it would be…

my sister Annie who passed away 15 years ago when she was 24 and is the inspiration for PCSN.

One thing I cannot live without…

black coffee in the morning.

When I was younger, I wanted to be…

a therapist.

I’m inspired by…

acts of kindness.

The one person who motivates me is…

my dad, Dr. Jeff Weber.

If I could change anything in the world, it would be…

we would have a cure for cancer.

The perfect day would be…

wake up at least an hour before anyone else in my house, sit outside to journal and have my coffee, spend the day outside (on a boat, on a mountain, on a bike ride) with my husband and kids, grill out in the back yard, and end the day with family movie night.

My first job was…

summer camp counselor.

My favorite escape…

on a floatie in the pool when no one else is home.

My life…

is full and imperfect, but amazing. I have so much to be thankful for.

I’m currently working on…

growing PCSN to help even more cancer patients.

Always…

take time for yourself.

Never…

give up, especially when it’s hard. Consistency is everything and will get you where you are meant to be every time. 

Favorite Quote…

“A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” – John A. Shedd

Biggest Dream…

to run PCSN full time.

My Pet Peeve(s)…

people who are chronically late, people who are always negative, and mispronouncing “verbiage”. It’s VUR-BEE-IJ, not VUR-BIJ.



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