Celebrants: Providing Modern and Meaningful Ceremonies for Life's Transitions
Charolotte Eulette is the international director of the Celebrant Foundation and Institute, a non-profit educational organization. She will share the important role that celebrants play in modern society, how celebrants are changing the perspective on death, and how and why to consider becoming a celebrant, either as a second career or to enhance your current work.
Charlotte Eulette is the International director of the nonprofit educational org, Celebrant Foundation & Institute with headquarters in Montclair, New Jersey. The foundation certifies and teaches people to become ritual experts called Life-Cycle Celebrants® who create with families, individuals and organizations womb-to-tomb ceremonies to mark the milestones in life.
Charlotte has written and published many articles about the importance of personalized ceremonies in many magazines like American Funeral Director Magazine, Divorce Magazine, Spirituality & Health Magazine - and has been interviewed on BBC radio, Wall Street Journal, The NY Times and NPR radio.
Her TV appearances include: CBS Morning show and CBS News with Dan Rather and NBC news.
She proudly hails from Chicago, is a Columbia College Chicago graduate and lives in New Jersey with her husband, Mark Attalla and dog Sky.
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About Death Expo:
Death Expo takes place once each year during the month of November. This is the 4th year for this online educational event produced by End-of-Life University, an online interview series that addresses all aspects of the end of life.
This presentation is part of Death Expo, a free online educational event that features innovators, thought leaders, and pioneers in the end-of-life arena who are working to change how we live and the way we view and prepare for death.
The Expo offers 12 sessions over 4 days, which you can access over your telephone or computer with replays available if you can't attend live.