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February 7, 2016
"I Found Out I Had Cancer When I Was 7 Months Pregnant". Sally Waite, founder of Sally Jane, featured in Self Magazine.
"A Cancer Survivor's Jewelry Line Offers Inspiration: Sally Jane Waite's eponymous jewelry line features a single bumble bee to symbolize overcoming adversity and appreciating every moment."
November 25, 2015
WBZ-TV's Emmy award winning anchor Katherine Hauser interviewed Sally Jane co-founder Sally Waite about the origins of the company and its very personal mission.
November 24, 2015
"Now the mother of a healthy toddler, Sam, Waite is cancer-free and back at work with her aunt, Sally Jane Algiere of Durham, Conn., designing pieces for — you guessed it — Sally Jane Jewelry. The jewelry is meant to be inspirational as well as beautiful."
November 23, 2015
"Women like Sally Waite inspires me to no end and her story just shows that if you believe in yourself, you can overcome any obstacle!"
Get inspired to "Bee Courageous" with Sally Jane's line of inspirational jewelry in the Winter Happiness edition of Woman's world!
November 18, 2015
"Designed with intent, their bee looks upward to her highest self where she remains present and effortless in life, prepared to accomplish the impossible. Much like how founder Sally Waite recovered from Stage IV cancer after being diagnosed while 7 months pregnant with her son!"
"Everyone loves to give a gift with special meaning and consideration put into it. Whether for a friend or family member who may be going through a tough time, there’s a new line of women’s jewelry created for (and by) courage and strength."
October 29, 2015
"As Sally faced every day of her battle, her aunt (also named Sally – “Sally Jane”) encouraged her and supported her. Today, cancer-free, Sally’s purpose-driven life gets reflected in every facet of a jewelry company she and her beloved aunt founded. "
October 24, 2015
"Sally Jane has added bracelets and wraps to the line, and sells them wholesale and online. The messages the women want their jewelry to symbolize have also expanded to include strength, perseverance, and survival."
October 3, 2015
"Bees are endangered species and Sally’s life itself was endangered as are many people today. Also Bees should not physically be able to fly based on their body size, yet they do. Sally Jane wants to encourage people through their bees to rise up against adversity."
September 30, 2015
"Sally Jane, which launched in August, is no longer just about accessories. Waite says the company will donate $1 from each sale to organizations close to her heart: Massachusetts General Hospital, where she was treated, and Jin Shin Jyutsu, an Arizona-based organization that practices a variation of acupressure."
August 27, 2015
"With their custom creations comes their powerful message: just bee. The Sally Jane bee 'looks upward to her highest self, where she remains present and effortless in life, maybe even prepared to accomplish the impossible, an attribute bees are well known for.' "