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Liesa Miles grew up in Honduras where she and her family served as missionaries for many years. At the age of 17, Liesa moved to the United States on her own where she finished her last year of high school and went on to attend college in Texas.
While in college, Liesa met her husband, Doug, and they have been married for over 20 years. They have two boys, John (16) and Steven (18).

Liesa teaches Spanish I and Spanish II at The Master's Academy (TMA) in Oviedo, FL. In 2011, she was diagnosed with stage 2B breast cancer. She began chemotherapy and radiation treatments shortly after her double mastectomy surgery. While in treatment, Liesa continued to teach and serve the students, parents and teachers at TMA. After 32 weeks of treatment she received the "all clear" by her doctors, however, six weeks later the cancer returned as stage 4 cancer which metastasized to the spine. She receives continual chemotherapy to treat these spots.

Even after she receiving this news, Liesa continues to maintain the highest level of faith and considers her diagnoses as an opportunity to serve another group of individuals--those who are fighting cancer. She has attended several international mission trips with TMA students and staff since being diagnosed with cancer and will not let her diagnoses keep her from doing what she loves most--serving others!

For every Pink Heals t-shirt sold, Liesa's family will receive $10 which will help alleviate the financial burden associated with the fight against cancer. Let's partner with the Miles family and serve them as Liesa has served so many others!


How It Works! 

100% of the Pink Heals Tour is funded by the sale of our merchandise. In this way we are able to give our art for free and create Immediate Care Funds for every stop on Tour! Men and women tour drivers will commit up to 18 days away from their families for free to drive pink fire trucks and pink police cars across America. The Pink Heals Tour can last as long as three months, visiting hundreds of communities, while driving thousands of miles. We bring a mission of love and hope by sharing our brand with cities and towns across the country, inspiring people and our political leadership to put people first, starting with women! This selfless effort by the "Guardians" who drive these vehicles along with the thousands of people who have signed the trucks and cars, are the inspiration for your city to come out and honor the women who have fought this battle and be inspired to make a difference in your community. This is not just about the Public Safety, this is about doing what is right for the very people that we are suppose to serve.