Gemma Blezard Death – Gemma Blezard, The Architech Club founder and influencer of Salesforce architects has passed away. Gemma Blezard, a resident of Bedford, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom was announced dead today by those affected by her passing. She died unexpectedly, according to reports. No cause of death has been reported for Gemma Blezard. Thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time.
Diagnosed with breast cancer
In 2013, at the age of 29 and just a month into her marriage, she faced a breast cancer diagnosis. Enduring comprehensive treatment, she underwent all available measures. When the cancer resurfaced in 2018, she opted for a double mastectomy and reconstruction.
These challenging years brought about significant anxiety, a struggle she confronted through therapy, specifically schema therapy, addressing various aspects of her life. Embracing the single life, Gemma found solace and freedom.
In 2021, the diagnosis escalated to stage 4 as the cancer had spread. Gemma underwent intensive hormone treatment for breast cancer’s progression into her lymph nodes and bones. By November 2021, she received the disheartening news of liver involvement. A year later, she is actively undergoing chemotherapy, a vital treatment that is sustaining her life.
About Gemma Blezard
Gemma earned her degree from the University of Northampton and was born in Germany. Renowned as a Salesforce MVP and entrepreneur, Gemma is a notable influencer among Salesforce architects. She established her own Salesforce consultancy, The Architech Club, building on her previous success with the Trailblazer community initiative, Ladies Be Architects.
Her accolades include the 2020 Digital Revolution Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Salesforce ecosystem, a recognition of her impactful free beginners’ Salesforce course. Gemma’s substantial contributions to the Salesforce community led to her being named a Salesforce MVP in 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Gemma Blezard obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
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