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[Marian’s] story is worth sharing to illustrate that what begets success often comes from the courage it takes to reinvent one’s self.

—California State University

Marian Grant, the daughter of immigrants and refugees, speaks nationally and internationally on palliative care. After a 20-year career in corporate marketing and communications, Grant returned to school for nursing degrees, based on the satisfaction she had gained as an AIDS hospice volunteer. While she maintains a clinical practice as a nurse practitioner at the University of Maryland Medical Center, in their Palliative Care program, Dr. Grant, after years of clinical nursing, is now the senior regulatory advisor for the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care, and a consultant for the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) as well as for the University of Washington’s MessageLab Serious Illness Messaging project. She is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins Schools of Nursing. In 2014, Dr. Grant was selected as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow, working on Capitol Hill and at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation.

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