Lee Webster

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Lee is a writer, researcher, editor, and national public speaker on funeral reform. She has served on the boards of the National Home Funeral Alliance, Green Burial Council Conservation Burial Alliance, National End-of-Life Doula Alliance, and NHPCO EOLD Council, and is the founder and President of New Hampshire Funeral Resources, Education & Advocacy. Her latest book is Changing Landscapes: Exploring the growth of ethical, compassionate and environmentally sustainable green funeral service.

Course Title: Honoring the Death in America: How Funeral Practices Really Work (Winter Term 2017)

Participant Testimonials:

"Lee conducts a fabulous class. It is interesting, engaging, and terribly necessary. She educates and informs while turning a most uncomfortable subject into a comfortable and comforting conversation."

"Excellent information presented in a very well organized manor. Allowed for questions along the way and leader provided personal assistance after class when needed. Excellent combination of handouts/discussion/audio visuals."

Course Title: Honoring the Death in America: How Funeral Practices Really Work (Spring Term 2019)

"Very organized, answered questions fully. Lee obviously has done this type of speaking for a while so that she anticipated questions making each session really informative with good, useful printouts."

"It was a lot of information, well organized and well presented, with stories for illustration and humor."