Superhero Saturday: Meet Jessica Patykula, a Warrior in Pink


Where do you live in Palm Beach County?

We live in Jupiter.

How long have you lived here?

We’ve lived in Jupiter since 2009, but I was born and raised in Wellington.

What do you love about living in Palm Beach County?

I love being close to my family. My parents are still in Wellington and my sister, niece and nephews live in Palm Beach.

What is your favorite activity to do in Palm Beach?

Our favorite activities are going to the beach or the pool, riding bikes/running at Riverbend Park and playing at all of the awesome playgrounds.

 Do you have children (or fur children)?


If so, what are their names and ages?

I have two daughters. Leighton is 7 and Ashton is 3.

What is your job description?

I am a stay-at-home mom to my beautiful girls ๐Ÿ™‚

You were recently honored as a Warrior in Pink for this year’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Tell us a little bit about what that means, and your experience.

Being nominated and chosen as a Susan G. Komen Warrior in Pink was an amazing honor. As an almost two year breast cancer survivor, having the privilege of such a powerful platform meant the world to me. Although the 2021 Race for the Cure had to go virtual, I was still able to spread the word about early detection and advocating for your health as a young, healthy, active woman. I am one of this year’s top fundraisers and my team, Jessica’s Support Squad, raised over $7,600. I am so very proud of all we accomplished this year to help aid Komen’s mission. 

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To donate to Jessica’s Support Squad, donations will be open until March 1, 2021.