Posted by DeathCafeAk

Hosted by Kris Green / Linda Johnson

An Online Death Cafe

Virtual address:

3600 Denali St

Anchorage, AK

Moose Room


United States

About this Death Cafe

We are totally convinced that talking about death will not kill you!!!  As a matter of fact, there is evidence supporting that those who exercise the privilege of making their final wishes known (talking about death), enjoy a more peaceful life and death.

We are honored to hold a sacred space for our fellow Alaskans to share their thoughts, fears and questions in a death positive and safe environment.

About Kris Green / Linda Johnson

Kris has a BS in health education and women studies; Master of Arts in adult education; Masters in Counseling.  Kris is a Certified Thanatologist and Certified Grief Educator.  She works with Hospice, runs support groups and (through her business - "Krysalis") teaches about death, dying and grief.

Kris served as a founding moderator of the Alaska Death Cafe from 2012-2020; an active Board Member of the Palliative Care Alaska Network and  the American foundation for Suicide Prevention -Alaska chapter. 

As a master trainer for suicide intervention, she serves statewide as a trainer and chaplain as an Alaskan Police and Fire chaplain Associaiton.


Linda  - is an RN and HR professional with > 50 yrs of experience in the field of Nursing.  She's spent time in various countries as an AF Nurse (Ret. 0-5) and all roads have, seemingly, connected/reconnected her with Death and Dying, which inspired her to pursue being a Certified Death Doula (2021).  She is a member of Hospice and Palliative Care Nurses Association, and Board member of the Alaska End of Life Alliance, which provides education, advocacy and support to the Alaska community in honor of promoting a death positive environment. Linda is an INELDA member.


Both Linda and Kris are volunteers with Providence Alaska Hospice.

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April 22, 2024

Start time:

5:30 p.m. (AKST)

End time:

6:30 p.m. (AKST)



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