Board Members

Elizabeth Coplan | Grief Dialogues

Elizabeth Coplan

Writer and Founder of
The Grief Dialogues

Why I got involved in Grief Dialogues: Sharing my own story encouraged others to talk about their own grief stories and the conversation was started. 

Dr. Robert Neimeyer

Dr. Robert Neimeyer

Psychology Professor at University of Memphis
Director of The Portland Institute for Loss and Transition

Why I got involved in Grief Dialogues: Our connections define us, and we can accomplish far more together than we can independently. I’m excited to support the Grief Dialogues and its innovative grief therapy technique. 
Carla Rose Fischer

Dr. Robert Neimeyer

Songwriter

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

Ken Boynton

Co-President of Message Blue,
Author of Blip

Why I got involved in Grief Dialogues: Elizabeth read my book and then a mutual friend introduced us. Having a background in theatre, it was a perfect fit. 
Scott Coplan | Grief Dialogues

Scott Coplan

Change Manager, Educator, Author and Speaker

Why I got involved in Grief Dialogues: Facing anticipatory grief, I felt the need, no the necessity, of connecting with others and our shared losses. 

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