Deanna Cochran RN
is a leading voice in the grassroots movement for "dying well" in the USA and abroad since 2005.
She believes everyone has a place at the table and feels unity and collaboration will empower us all to serve the most people. This forward thinking has resulted in many powerful initiatives. She founded the End of Life Practitioners Collective and also a founding member and first Vice President of the National End of Life Doula Alliance (NEDA), the world's first membership organization for End of Life Doulas and trainers from all backgrounds and experiences. She is also privileged to be a member and first Chair of the End of Life Doula Council within the National Hospice Palliative & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO).