Maureen Aslin started her work life as stock trader with a degree in Economics but changed direction to focus on social justice and community-based health initiatives.
She has a long history of working with people in community settings, facilitating groups, leading arts-informed learning, and program management.
Most recently she was Operations Manager and then Executive Director of End of Life Planning Canada.
Her volunteer work includes a stint as the board chair of The 519 and participation in other LGBTQ initiatives.
I believe that a death in character is a death with dignity. I think we need to be well-informed of our options for end of life, so we can make choices that fit well with our values. Knowing that MAID is an available option reduces my fear of having to endure unbearable suffering and actually leads to an improved quality of life right now.