Founder Of National Grief Awareness Day To Give National Keynote On Grief, Hope

Open to the public, convention is a global grief literacy event designed to open the dialogue on grief and loss featuring national lineup of speakers including Dr. Martin Luther King's daughter, Trayvon Martin's mother.
Angie Cartwright
Angie Cartwright
INDIANAPOLIS - Feb. 11, 2015 - PRLog -- INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 11, 2015) – Social media expert and founder of National Grief Awareness Day Angie Cartwright will give a keynote speech that’s open to the public at the National Grief & Hope Convention 2015, on Friday, April 17, 2015, at the JW Marriott Grand Ballroom in Indianapolis.  Following her keynote in which she’ll speak on loss and hope, Cartwright will offer a workshop to audience members.

Cartwright first tapped into the power of Facebook as a way to offer comfort to other grievers after her own mother died in 2010.  Her social media reach has since grown to include other popular social sites including Twitter, Google+, YouTube, and Flipboard, generating a weekly reach of over 2.5 million.  Cartwright is now president of National Grief Awareness Day, founder of Grief Magazine, and co-host of Grief Diaries Radio.

A global grief literacy event, the convention’s mission is to open the dialogue about grief and the aftermath.  Open to the public, tickets are $35 and available online at

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