Kat is an end-of-life/grief support doula, a peer support facilitator, and a care worker. They believe that creating spaces where we can come together and intentionally care for one another is crucial for co-creating sustainable, accountable, and reciprocal relationships. They hope to bring their lived experiences and passion for autonomy, accessibility, consent, and curiosity to the collective as they strive to shift narratives and provide support to marginalized communities around death, grief, and despair.
ursalee (SHH) engages grief with storytelling, poetry, and open conversation. Originally from the Northwest, she is currently experiencing life & death in the DMV.
omi is a black southern organizer/disruptor, writer, and death/grief doula. They work exclusively from a black southern/rural, anti-carceral, and anti-colonial epistemology. Their work centers communities that have been impacted by the war on drugs, the housing crises, and the prison industrial complex. They hope to see DCC be a home for anti-colonial and revolutionary death & grief politic.