Hadia Rehman Student Marketing Intern


Media Contact: Miranda Landsman

Phone: 936-615-0753
Email: mirand@seenamagowitzfoundation.org

Seena Magowitz Foundation For Pancreatic Cancer
The Seena Magowitz Foundation’s Team Expands Welcomes
First-Ever Intern, UTSA Student Hadia Rehman

PHOENIX, AZ January 2021 – With the expansion into the digital realm that happened in 2020, The Seena Magowitz Foundation is excited to announce the creation of a new internship program. The Foundation welcomes its first-ever intern, Hadia Rehman.

“As we continue to look toward the future of the Foundation, we knew adding a bright young mind would bring great value to our mission,” said Roger Magowitz, Founder and CEO. “Hadia has a passion for nonprofit management and medical research, so we believe she will be the perfect addition to our growing team.”

Massachusetts-born and Texas-raised, Rehman currently studies at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She studies public health and nonprofit management, working towards earning a Bachelor of Science. She has a great passion to fulfill the mission of the Foundation: finding a cure for pancreatic cancer.

“The simplicity of humanity truly relies on the benevolence of human nature,” said Rehman. “It is essential to help others in need and come together as a society to fulfill a bigger purpose in life.”

Rehman isn’t the only recent addition, either. Just last year the Foundation hired its first-ever Marketing and Communications Director, Miranda Landsman. Pancreatic Cancer Survivor Janet Bor also joined the team as Community Relations Representative in November, 2020.

“We’re expanding our horizons,” said Magowitz. “It’s an exciting time for the Foundation and we’re looking forward to having an even larger impact in 2021.”

About The Seena Magowitz Foundation

Known as “The Face and Voice of Pancreatic Cancer”, the Seena Magowitz Foundation works to provide the loudest voice of awareness of pancreatic cancer. The Foundation was founded by Roger. E. Magowitz in honor of his mother, Seena Magowitz, who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer in 2001. The Foundation is entering it 20th year of funding medical research in search of innovative life-extending treatments of pancreatic cancer patients. Besides leading-edge treatments, it focuses on the discovery of easier methods of early detection with an ultimate mission of finding a cure.

According to Roger Magowitz, “The foundation accepts the challenge. If not us, then who.”

Read more about the Seena Magowitz Foundation.

Media Contact: Miranda Landsman

Phone: 936-615-0753
Email: mirand@seenamagowitzfoundation.org