Candy Alexander

Candy brings over 15 years of operational experience within the not-for-profit sector in Toronto, supporting national efforts for such organizations as Muscular Dystrophy Canada, Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Princess Margaret Hospital to name a few.

With a specific focus of ensuring the donations and funding are accurately processed and allocated efficiently, as well as first-line donor support, Candy supports Dying With Dignity Canada in any capacity that requires her expertise.

Viewpoint:

I feel being part of the Dying With Dignity Canada team allows me to continue to work in an arena that focuses on people's well being and quality of life. I see first-hand the work I do contributing to the goal of the organization. The awareness raised by DWDC, both with the public and government, helps provide an opportunity to decide how one should live their lives when faced with intolerable suffering. I feel this is important and it is why I enjoy being part of this team.