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Bras without bordersDana Donofree, founder, AnaOnoApril 8, 2020 – Women entrepreneurs are growing globally Women

Dana Donofree, Founder, AnaOno

Dana Donofree was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 27 and founded AnaOno out of her own desire for sexy, beautiful lingerie. After a bilateral implant reconstructed mastectomy, her bras no longer fit, and she was certain that there had to be more than just sports bras and undershirts because nothing in the traditional lingerie market matched her surgically altered body. With a degree in fashion design from Savannah College of Art and Design and a successful career in the fashion industry, she used her more than 10 years of experience to design, launch and expand AnaOno.

Dana is very active in the breast cancer community and with several nonprofits. She is a member of the Living Beyond Breast Cancer Board and a METAvivor lawyer. Her story has been published in USA Today, the Today Show, HuffPost, the New York Times, Style and many other media. She won the FedEx Small Business Grant Contest, was a finalist at WBENCPitch, presented by PepsiCo, and was a member of the FedEx Small Business Center Entrepreneur Advisory Board.

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