Peggy Sweeney is a dedicated and compassionate professional who has devoted her life’s work to making a positive impact on others. She has served her community as an EMT, a firefighter, and a mortician. Peggy has been a valued contributing editor for numerous electronic and print media publications.
Peggy is the founder and president of the Sweeney Alliance. Since 1990, she has developed and facilitated countless seminars on coping with loss and grief for professionals and families and is experienced in both group and individual bereavement education. Peggy offers support services and resources for specific groups of individuals such as widowed persons, grieving children, medical and mental health professionals as well as educators and school counselors. Likewise, Peggy continues to be a positive influence for the many emergency response and public safety professionals with whom she comes in contact.
Peggy maintains a strong sense of responsibility for her community. She is involved with Halo of Love, a support group for bereaved parents, as well as Children Healing After Trauma (CHAT), a learning program for young people, educators, school resource officers, and counselors. Furthermore, Peggy is a valued contributing editor for several law enforcement and emergency service publications. The International Labor Communications Association (AFL-CIO/CLC), the Western Labor Communications Association, and the City of Los Angeles have recognized Peggy for outstanding achievement in the field of labor journalism.
With her many personal and professional experiences, Peggy has made a significant impact on the lives of adults and children across the United States and Canada. She continues to positively influence the many families and professionals with whom she comes in contact.
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