“I remember coming to the US by age 8 and being called all sorts of names and being bullied in school, which made me become very shy and introverted. I went to 13 different schools and lived in 3 different countries before we ended up in New Orleans when I was in the 5th grade. When I was in the 5th grade, I read the book, ‘Man’s Search For Meaning’ by Viktor Frankl that was truly impactful in my life in giving me perspective and meaning. Several pivotal moments of pain in my life created big changes to mold me to become who I am today and my mission in life to create impact and uplift others as well.
‘Powerful Female Immigrants Who Inspire Greatness’ hopes to inspire others to find their own inner light and courage to live life to the fullest, rise up and uplift others!”