I was born in Fiji and immigrated
to Canada at the age of seven with my parents and younger brother.
As a child growing up in Vancouver, I experienced everything -
the good, the bad, and the ugly - all of which contributed
to my development as an individual and a professional. Through
my counseling practice, the teaching I do at the college level
and the advice column I write for a national magazine, I’ve
spent most of my adult life bridging gaps between cultures. As
a member of The Link family, I hope to continue my work helping
people celebrate cultural diversity.