Dianne Gray

Dianne Gray is dedicated to helping seriously ill, dying, and grieving people around the world live as fully and as pain-free as possible until they don’t. She studied the work of EKR and more in university coursework and has guided the work and legacy of the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation for over 13 years.

She is a/an:

  • Certified Death Doula / 30 years experience
  • Certified Grief Specialist / U of WI Madison
  • Patient advocate & Patient Navigator
  • Trauma & Recovery Certificate / Harvard Medical School’s Global Health Institute
  • Clinical educator on end of life conversations with seriously ill patients
  • End of Life & Grief Educator & Researcher
  • Experienced AI/data analytics specialist / palliative care
  • Award-winning author / published in textbooks & medical journals
  • Global Keynote Speaker
  • Fierce advocate for patient & family access to palliative care & hospice
  • Film producer/frequent podcast guest
  • Sports Management degree, focus Sports Medicine
  • Founder, Austin’s Kitchen Garden at Cura Orphanage, Kenya
  • Experienced single-parent caregiver to terminally ill son & healthy daughter
  • Adventure, Nature & Animal Lover

Global Ambassador, International Children’s & Palliative Care Network @icpcn;
Former President / Current Board, @elisabethkublerrossfoundation,
Grief Educator: Choose Love Movement for teachers globally: K-12

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