Caitlin Brodnick, Cancer Survivors, Women's Health cancer, comedy, boobs, female

Caitlin Brodnick

  • EmmyAward Winner Docu-Series Screw You Cancer
  • Women's Health Advocate
  • Contributor for HuffingtonPost &

Comedian and health advocate Caitlin Brodnick has a lot to say. Mostly about breast cancer prevention -- always with a punchline.
Caitlin is sharing her experience, hope, and humor with audiences all around the world. (Try to stop her.)

At 25, Caitlin Brodnick tested positive for the genetic mutation BRCA and had a life changing decision to make. Would she continue to live in ... VIEW MORE

Speaker Media

Speaking Reel
Screw You Cancer Trailer
Caitlin Brodnick in The Politics of Science
The Decision
Feeling Good About Your Breasts Again
Heading Into Surgery
Speech Topics
  • Breast Cancer Genetic Mutation- BRCA

    Caitlin discusses her experience with BRCA testing and how it changed her life forever. The BRCA Genetic Mutation ... View More

  • To Thine Own Self Be Fabulous!

    Caitlin speaks about her health and cancer prevention journey and encourages you to be brave and fabulous and put ... View More

  • Being The Breast You Can Be

    My journey to save my life and better myself with a preventative mastectomy Caitlin shares how preventing breast ... View More

  • Don’t Be Afraid of the Monster under Your Bra

    How to attack cancer fears with confidence. Caitlin discusses how simple actions can save your life and how easy ... View More

Text Reviews
  • Brodnick, a 28-year-old comedian ... is beautiful, brave and wickedly charming.
  • Sean L. McCarthy - The Comic's Comic
  • Caitlin is a an electric volt of positivity, sharp wit and breaks down any story into bite size pieces, leaving you laugh hard out loud, wanting more! Book her NOW!"
  • EMME -
  • Caitlin’s unique comedy approach to raising awareness about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer brings levity to such a serious topic. At FORCE’s 2015 Conference, Caitlin conducted two sessions. One performance for 100 volunteers and one presentation for around 75 young previvors, individuals who have a high risk for cancer. At both sessions she helped to empower others with knowledge and laughter. A perfect combination that gets people’s attention and to make them think about their own family history.
  • Sandy Cohen, Senior Vice President, Volunteer Programs - FORCE