My passion for this work stems from me having the awareness and capacity to see things through multiple lenses at the same time.
I’m a second-generation immigrant who has always been passionate about human rights and social justice. After a very successful legal career I continued to align myself with anti-discriminatory practices and anti-racism work, landing roles as an advocate, mentor, mindfulness coach and equality and diversity advisor.
Academically, and in the early years of motherhood as I continued to feel a physical pull to this work, I gained qualifications in equity and diversity leadership, mentorship for leaders, cognitive behavioural therapy, applied mindfulness for stress reduction as well as presence-based coaching.
My depth of knowledge, experience and research, alongside my professional credentials places me in a unique position to carry out this work regarding a topic which is often seen as taboo.
My motivation for this work is my children. I promised them not so long ago that I will always stand up for what I believe in. I am a firm believer that actions speak louder than words and if you want to see change in the world it is our responsibility to fully embody that change.
So here I am.
I have dedicated my life to this work and genuinely believe that this work has the potential to make the world a better place for both my children and other children of colour.