Catherine R. Seeleyâ€™s professional background includes health care administration, medical ethics and crisis, grief and transition.She also has been an educator/consultant for hospices, home health care agencies, long-term care facilities, hospitals, and health care systems around the country. Prior to her role as hospital vice president in Massachusetts, Catherine was director for bereavement services at a fully accredited two hundred bed palliative care specialty cancer hospital in New York for persons with advanced, acute cancer. A national and international lecturer, Catherine also has served on adjunct faculties at Iona College, St. Joseph College, Molloy College, and at Stony Brook University School of Medicine in New York. Catherine is a voice over actor and has been narrator for an episode of the Emmy Award winning documentary series, A Crime to Remember, on Investigative Discovery Television. She is the author of articles in healthcare and ethics as well as a novel, Mea Culpa. Her article about the pandemic, "When Life Changes: Calming the Chaos of Crisis with Mindfulness," appears in the Fall 2020 volume of Listening: Journal of Communication, Ethics, Religion and Culture. To the delight of oenophiles among family, friends and neighbors, Catherine has become a seasoned vintner of fine wines!