Death Doula Network of BC Looking for LGBT2Q+ Participants

Written on 06/14/2021
Taysha Jarrett



The Death Doula Network of BC is aiming to host an online educational workshop about the unique barriers the LGBTQ2+ community faces in the health care system on July 22, 2021 from 6:30pm-8:00pm.   


They are looking for 6 local participants from the LGBTQ2+ community to participate as panelists to share their personal stories and experiences.    


If you are interested in participating, please contact one of the following people directly: 


Jo-Anne Haun – 

Karen Hendrickson –  

Elaine Tess – 


DEATH DOULA NETWORK OF BC The Death Doula Network of BC is a passionate membership community committed to connection, support & education in Wellness, Death Positivity, Death Doula work or for those people who simply want to learn about death, dying and life.

On August 10, 2020, Co-creators and Founders Jo-Anne Haun, End of Life Alternatives and Karen Hendrickson, Take the Journey, Coaching for Success were thrilled to launch the Death Doula Network of BC.

After hearing so many people say they wanted to create a community committed to growing both personal and professional relationships, expanding knowledge, and being pioneers in the death industry, Jo-Anne and Karen could find no one else who provided this much needed space and so created one to fill the need.

The Death Doula Network of BC is a membership community gathering like minds together with a focused intention on building relationships and making personal connections.

Together Jo-Anne and Karen have created a true collective where everyone helps each other to grow their relationships, their knowledge, their business and the industry as a whole.

You DO NOT HAVE TO BE A Doula OR LIVE in British Columbia (BC) or even Canada for that matter, to join.

The DDNBC currently has a membership base of over 125, social media outreach of over 1,200 and is being recognized internationally with members from across Canada, the USA, the U.K, Australia and Denmark.