Rachel Zeldin of I’m Sorry to Hear talks about the importance of of providing equal access to information on funeral planning and encouraging the sharing of one’s personal funeral planning experiences. Oh, and she also a secret the funeral industry does not want you to know that could save you thousands of dollars. A Philadelphia native, Rachel earned a bachelor’s degree in International Business & Economics from Drexel University. Following five years working globally in international financial services, Zeldin switched to pursue the start of a funeral planning platform that she wished her family had when her great uncle died. Rachel was selected as a 2014 Fellow in the Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) as well as the Tribe 12 Fellowship program.

In this episode you’ll hear about:

Death Cafe’s

I’m Sorry to Hear’s Personal Planning Checklist

The Money Saving Federal Funeral Rule

The American Way of Death by Jessica Mitford

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