I recently joined the Advisory Board of startup called Everplans. From the website:

Given how important this topic is, we think end-of-life deserves the attention that people give to other important life events like marriage, birth, and career change. Even though there are resources available for many of the bits and pieces of this process, there’s nothing out there that knits it all together into a single, clear end-to-end view of what needs to get done.

Our mission is twofold: 

1. To empower you to make confident decisions about how you want to be treated at the end of your life
2. To encourage more advance planning to help you and your family avoid having to make stressful, expensive decisions under pressure

I am honored to have been asked. You can find out more about Everplans on the website, or in this interview with the founders on the Wall Street Journal.