Board Members

Elizabeth Coplan

Elizabeth Coplan

Writer and Founder of
The Grief Dialogues
What I got involved in Grief Dialogues: Sharing my own story encouraged others to talk about their own grief stories and the conversation was started.
Carla Rose Fischer

Carla Rose Fischer

Songwriter
Why I got involved with the Grief Dialogues: A friend of mine told me I nailed what the grieving process when I wrote the song “Go On” for her mother’s death. Now I can share this song with Grief Dialogues.
Scott Coplan

Scott Coplan

Change Manager, Educator, Author and Speaker
Why I got involved with the Grief Dialogues: Facing anticipatory grief, I felt the need, no the necessity, of connecting with others and our shared losses.
Ken Boyton

Ken Boynton

Co-President of Message Blue, Author of Blip
Why I got involved with the Grief Dialogues: Elizabeth read my book and then a mutual friend introduced us. Having a background in theatre, it was a perfect fit.
RECENT TWEETS

Need a primer on how to support grieving friends or family? Check out this quick 7 minute tv segment. Supporting people is much easier than you think. https://t.co/wpdq81eVac #grief #understandinggrief

Tim Farrington speaks of darkness of grief and the liminal space that swirls us through despair, depression and, sometimes, spiritual growth. https://t.co/T350074SWu #grief #despair #depression #hope

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