Staff

Cameron Dunkin

Acting CEO

With a background in non-profit operations and programs, Cameron Dunkin has worked in Canada and around the world on a number of issues including education, environmental sustainability, microfinance, gender empowerment, and HIV/AIDS.

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Debora Aguillon

Support and Volunteer Coordinator

Debora obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from York University before she pursued a postgraduate certificate in International Development from Humber College. She has experience volunteering with community development organizations in the Greater Toronto Area, particularly with the Latinx community. She is passionate about social justice and human rights, and is excited to have joined the DWDC team.


Maureen Aslin

Education Officer

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.

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Anya Colangelo

Database Manager

Anya Colangelo holds a Bachelor's Degree in Education.

Before becoming the Membership and Office Coordinator in July 2012, Anya spent a year as a volunteer with Dying with Dignity. She was moved to join the Right to Die movement after seeing the documentary How To Die In Oregon

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Alexandra Da Dalt

Communications Coordinator

Alexandra Da Dalt is a communications specialist with experience teaching and working with nonprofit organizations and foundations in Canada, the United States, Argentina, and Timor Leste.

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Kelsey Goforth

Support Program Manager

Kelsey Goforth has five years of experience in the non-profit field, having volunteered with organizations like the University of Toronto chapter of the United Nations Development Program, the Canadian Red Cross and the Canadian Diabetes Association.

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Laura Satin Levin

Fund Development Officer

Laura Satin Levin is a fundraising professional with more than a decade of experience helping non-profit organizations grow their donor base. As the Fund Development Officer at Dying With Dignity Canada, she oversees the organization’s fundraising strategy with a focus on annual giving, major gifts and planned giving. In 2018, Laura led Dying With Dignity Canada’s record-breaking fundraising efforts, helping the organization receive AFP’s 2018 Mo Davies Small Organization Award for Excellence in Fundraising.

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Rachel Phan

Digital Communications

Rachel Phan is a trained multi-platform journalist with more than eight years of experience. She has served as the editor-in-chief of Water Canada magazine and her byline has appeared on the pages of the National Post, Windsor Star, Brantford Expositor, and HuffPost Canada.

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Cory Ruf

Communications Officer

Trained as a multi-platform journalist, Cory Ruf has reported for news outlets such as the CBC, the Victoria Times Colonist and The United Church Observer.

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Nino Sekopet

Support and care navigator

Nino Sekopet is a psychotherapist with a special interest in chronic pain and early relational and collective trauma. He holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Communicology, has extensive education in the field of psychotherapy and is a clinical member of the Ontario Society of Psychotherapists.

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Peter Tan

Gift Processing Coordinator

Peter Tan has 10 years’ experience in the area of gift processing and has spent the past year working in database administration for non-profit organizations in Toronto. He has worked at Autism Ontario, United Way of Greater Toronto, Muscular Dystrophy Canada, and most recently, the Alzheimer Society of Ontario.

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Liberty Vinas

Office Coordinator & Executive Assistant

Liberty Vinas graduated as an Associate in Computer Science in the Philippines. She worked in the financial industry in investments for 12 years as an administrative assistant.

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