Mary's passion for end of life care began at the age of 12, where she would volunteer her summers to being of service in care facilities for the elderly. It was here that many seeds were planted, sprouting her fascination with the end of life process. With an inherent ability to see beyond the veil, Mary has been developing her intuitive skills since the age of five. The calling to become a death doula came with the passing of her grandfather, where she found herself effortlessly slipping into a state of service. Comforting him, loving him, and guiding him encouragingly as he made his way towards the light. It was as if the series of events through which life had taken her, had been a sort of training for this all along. Mary quickly dove in with both feet, becoming a certified death doula, and soon after, volunteering her time in hospice. In her experience, she has come to see the process of death and dying in new, and different ways. Mary has a mission; to rebrand death. Through training other death doulas, to education on grief, as well as The Anam Cara Podcast, Mary is midwifing the rebirth of dying well. In order to rebrand death we must first normalize it. Mary is connecting people to the universe that resides within them, and serving as a reminder that death is here, it is something we get to experience and it is ready to be carried in a new light.