Talking about death and grief can be challenging, but it doesn't have to be.
"Let's Talk About Death at Work" is a workshop designed to help HR leaders and people managers navigate end-of-life-related planning & discussion. We will guide you through exploring the complexities & realities of working while caregiving & grieving, as well as provide actionable tips for addressing bereavement with your employees & colleagues.
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Alica's work about how grief shows up in professional environments has been featured in the New York Times, LA Times, GQ, and Psychology Today. When she's not writing or developing customized grief resource plans for BIPOC, she volunteers her time as an Associate Board Member of Our House Grief Center and facilitates end-of-life events across The United States and Canada.
Liz builds companies that tackle taboo topics. In her early career, she founded her first social venture at age 15, ran Special Projects for DoSomething.org and later led communications for Crisis Text Line. Most recently, Liz launched Lantern, a venture-backed Public Benefit Corporation on a mission to change the way we talk about and manage end of life and death. Liz studied Design Strategies (BBA) at Parsons the New School for Design and Strategic Communications (MS) at Columbia University. She's also an active volunteer and board member for Experience Camps, a one-week free summer camp for children who've lost a loved one and committee member for the Dying Well Initiative of the Global Wellness Institute.