2012 was the best and most challenging year of my life to date. The good news: I released my debut album, “Ann Myra.” The challenge: I was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer. After six months of treatment, three surgeries and adjuvant chemotherapy, I celebrated my life by easing back into the water at Camp Koru, founded by Tonia Farman of Athletes4Cancer. Being a part of Camp Koru on Maui, starting from scratch and expanding my ohana, was an experience I will always appreciate. ALOHA and Mahalo!
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Annie lives in Santa Monica, CA. Raised on the Eastern seaboard, she loves surfing and sailing. Head Surf Instructor at UCLA Marine Aquatic Center since 2008, Environmental Point Person and Sales Associate at the Santa Monica Patagonia. Other passions include music, photography, skiing, climbing, hiking, camping, social justice, gardening, food, sustainability, perma-culture, making the world a better place. View all posts by Annie Walton-Teter