Mary Madill serves as the End of Life Program Officer for the Morgan Family Foundation, where she has primary responsibility for working with nonprofit grantseekers in Minnesota, evaluating proposals and reviewing grant results.  She also serves as liaison and information source on issues related to end of life. Mary’s volunteer work has focused on assisting individuals and families navigate unfamiliar territory at the end of life.  She has served in many roles of hospice work with AccentCare Hospice (formerly HealthEast Hospice) and is certified as an Advance Care Planning Facilitator through Honoring Choices Minnesota.  She also volunteers with Trellis, delivering presentations on advance care planning and health care directives to the community.  Both her volunteer work and personal experience have created a passion for shifting the current paradigm around death and dying to bring end of life planning into the mainstream. Prior volunteer work includes serving as Treasurer on the Board of Trustees at Unity Minneapolis and grant writing for Quincy House, a nonprofit serving at-risk youth. She has a BS in Marketing from Purdue University and an MA in Holistic Health Studies from St. Catherine University. Mary lives with her husband in St. Paul, Minnesota. She has three adult children and three grandchildren who are a constant source of wonder and joy.  She enjoys hiking, biking, and yoga along with various creative pursuits.