Elizabeth Grauvogel, Member-at-Large
"My experiences in mortuary college and working within the death care industry have shown me that consumers want more transparency and readily available, detailed information regarding their final options. PMA provides this clarity and education which is why I am honored to serve on the PMA Board. I also champion the newer, greener final disposition methods, especially Recomposition, and want to be part of the legalization effort here in Washington state."
Elizabeth Grauvogel has studied mortuary science at the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, Funeral Service at Lake Washington Institute of Technology, and has previously worked in the death care industry. Elizabeth was deeply affected by her experiences during that period and she desires to create more transparency and consumer choice within the industry by serving on the PMA Board. Professionally, she has taken a different path, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Technical Design. She is currently a contracted designer and developer working on multiple startup projects in the greater Seattle area. In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys traveling throughout the beautiful Pacific Northwest.