Yallenni Ilamvaluthy is the Program Coordinator with Dying with Dignity Canada. She comes to the organization with a background in Health Sciences from Western University and International Development from Humber College.
Her previous experience includes Eva’s Initiatives for Homeless Youth, the Pecaut Centre for Social Impact, and the Canadian Foundation for AIDs Research.
I believe that everyone has the right to choose how they live and die, and every Canadian should have equitable access to end-of-life options, including MAID. I support MAID as it allows people to die on their own terms and puts patient needs first. I am proud to support Dying with Dignity Canada’s work to advocate for MAID in Canada.