Carol's Corner is a non-profit foundation that serves to raise funds and awareness for Metastatic Breast Cancer.

Carol Chaoui

Founder and President Carol's Corner Foundation; Founder and President of Wellesley Turkey Trot Foundation Inc.; Co-Race Director of Wellesley Turkey Trot; BA French & Business, Adelphi University; MA The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tuft's University.

Carol has 15 years international private sector work experience in the medical device industry. She has 8+ years of non-profit experience with local charities. Carol is a competitive runner, grassroots community activist and 2 time cancer thriver. She was named Honorary Spokesperson for the Susan G. Komen MA Affiliate in 2011 and has raised over $50,000 for the local affiliate since then. She was also named Honorary Survivor for New Balance in 2011. She was a member of the Hartford Marathon's Elite Inspiration Team in 2010, 2012 and 2013. Since her metastatic recurrence in 2015, she has raised over $450,000 for research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Carol is living with metastatic breast and thyroid cancers and will be in treatment for the rest of her life. There is no cure currently and 40,000 patients die from metastatic breast cancer in the United States each year. Less than 5% of funds raised for breast cancer go to Stage IV or Metastatic disease. Carol hopes to change this with her foundation and 100% of proceeds raised through Carol's Corner will go to research. She lives in Wellesley with her family.

Only two years in the making, Vintage Vogue has already raised $125,000 for the Metastatic Breast Cancer Research Fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

A one of a kind fabulous fund raising fashion show featuring vintage and timeless style through the decades and choreographed to music that will rock your soul.

The third annual Vintage Vogue Runway for Research will take place on

Sunday, September 15, 2019 at Wellesley College Alumnae Hall

The evening begins with a Mix & Mingle cocktail hour at 5pm with delicious delicacies from local chefs. Guests are encouraged to attend in their own vintage finery and meet our fabulous Vintage Vogue Models, many of whom are metastatic breast cancer patients or caregivers from Dana-Farber. We also count a few Boston television anchors and reporters among the ranks of our Vintage Vogue Models.

When the clock strikes six, everyone will take their seats to view an excerpt from the recently completed film, “Living” by Zygote Digital Films. The film profiles four women, including Carol’s Corner founder, Carol Chaoui, who share their perspectives and experiences living with metastatic breast cancer. Following the film we will have an informative panel discussion with leading doctors and their patients on significant issues and key developments in MBC treatment moderated by Lisa Mullins of WBUR-FM, public radio. The Vintage Vogue Models will then take the stage for the runway show with a special twist on the mod Sixties, emceed by local celeb, Kelley Tuthill.