Join Me

To schedule a presentation for your group or organization, contact Ellie via email at:

Here’s where you’ll find me ~


New Castle Public Library

Community Book Discussion

Wednesday, October 26

3 P.M.

New Castle, NH

Please RSVP: Christine Collins, Library Director 603-431-6773
Books will be provided to participants at no cost




Goffstown Public Library

Tuesday, April 12th

 The attendees at this event offered some meaningful comments and posed lots of great questions during my presentation. I enjoyed meeting everyone. I also truly appreciate that all the virtual attendees stayed until the very end. Thank you, Elizabeth Weilbacher, for the opportunity!


Fuller Public Library

Thursday, April 7th

Fuller Public Library, Hillsborough, New Hampshire

Hillsborough, NH

I had the best time with this book group of twelve amazing women!
I loved hearing their stories and appreciated their openness and willingness to read mine.

Colby-Sawyer College

Monday, March 28th

I met with a great group of up-and-coming nursing students at Colby Sawyer College.
Their questions and openness to my presentation made for a wonderful conversation.
Thank you to all who attended and to Assistant Professor, Julie Steel, for inviting me to come again!
March 23rd Virtual Event – Members/students only

Wednesday, November 10, 2021


A wonderful group of people.
I really enjoyed meeting all of you!

Thursday, October 21, 2021

Weare Public Library

Weare, NH


Saturday, October 16th, 2021

Toadstool Bookshop,

Peterborough, NH


Thursday, October 14, 2021

A wonderful turnout and some fantastic questions from these great people!
I really enjoyed this afternoon with you.

Greenfield Senior Center

at John Zon Center

Greenfield, MA


Wednesday, October 13, 2021


Kingston Community Library

Kingston, NH


Wednesday, September 15, 2021   7:30 PM


End-of-Life Doulas often find themselves navigating difficult conversations with the dying and their loved ones. Ellie will facilitate a session focused on:

  • Techniques and attitudes that help build trust with clients
  • How to honor each person’s perspective when various family members are not on the same page regarding end-of-life decisions
  • How to advocate for the dying person’s expressed wishes, while respectfully walking the tightrope of loved ones’ denial, heightened emotions, and conflicts.
  • Questions the dying commonly have about death and dying and how to know when they are ready to have that conversation.
  • And more! Bring your questions.

Ellie is the author of Stepping Stones: Following a Pathway to the End of Life, now on our required certification reading list for end-of-life doulas.

Patty Brennan, Owner ~Ann Arbor, MI


Saturday, September 11, 2021  1 PM

Pembroke Town Library, Pembroke, NH


It was nice to meet new people, see a familiar face and have a blast from the past. Thank you all for joining me and sharing some great stories.


Thursday, September 9, 2021  6PM

Chester Public Library, Chester, NH


Thank you Chester Public Library for hosting my author presentation and to Patty, Sarah and Maryjo for sharing your great stories!


September 1, 2021   6:30 PM

Blaisdell Memorial Library, Nottingham , NH


Thank you Liz at The Blaisdell Memorial Library for hosting and for the women who attended for a beautiful night of sharing!
Chesley Memorial Library, Northwood, NH
August 30, 2021 1:30 PM


A big thanks to the Chesley Memorial Library Senior Cafe attendees for hosting a discussion of my work. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting this great group of elders.

Dudley Tucker Library Raymond, NH

August 25, 2021   6:30 PM

Thanks to these wonderful women for joining the discussion and
for sharing THEIR beautiful stories with me.

 Saturday, August 7th, 9 am- 1 pm

 at Goffstown’s Annual

Uncommon Art on the Common


May 27, 2021 Presented by The Death Doula Network of

British Columbia

9:30 PM (EST)/6:30 PM (PDT)Virtual

To register:


April 19,2021

I met with the Londonderry Leach Library Book Group to discuss my book, Stepping-Stones. This is an amazing group of women. I thank one and all for your openness, honesty, and ability to share your feelings about my book and your personal stories with me.