Catherine Bowen Stern A native of Atlanta, Catherine Bowen Stern started her career as a copywriter in marketing services and advertising. She went on to get her MFA in Writing with an emphasis on short stories and fiction. Catherine began her involvement in grief support in 2003 at the Center for Attitudinal Healing as a Home and Hospital visitor, and then as a facilitator for the support groups for bereaved children and parents. Catherine served on the Board of Directors of CorStone (formerly the Center for Attitudinal Healing) from 2006 to 2011. Along with Co-Directing Project Grace, she works as a writer for the Mill Valley Patch. She lives in Mill Valley with her husband, Greg, and their 2 daughters. Carole Mahoney Carole, a transplant from Chicago, is married with two children in college. A volunteer and fundraiser for Mill Valley Public Schools for over ten years, Carole has also worked with Siempre Unidos, a non-governmental organization that provides medical care and counseling for persons living with HIV/AIDS in Honduras, and Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity, a Marin County non-profit that serves the teenage homeless population. After serving on the Board of Directors at the Center for Attitudinal Healing for three years, Carole began building the Project Grace program with Catherine Stern in 2007.
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