We Have Arrived.
We Have Arrived.
My Art and purpose,
both domestically and abroad,
have centered on intuitive, symbiotic,
as well as energy healing
through critical Unlearning and
and Organizational Management
while working across racial,
cultural, and generational lines
for my diaspora across borders.
I know firsthand that multiple coexisting narratives just is. We are here to navigate and co-create the most authentic version of our lives--that is true liberation.
My journey has privileged me
to work in a myriad of
intimate sacred spaces with asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants,
and QTBIPOC dealing with
Complex Trauma, PTSD,
Grief & Loss, Homelessness,
as well as
the Unbearable Lightness
of simply Being.
As a multi-ethnic & mixed heritage Asian American Womxn, it is my lifeblood to integrate Ancestral Reverence, Spiritual Medicine, Animisim Psychology, Ritual, Shadow Work, Reiki, Mindfulness,
Somatic Wellness for the embodiment of healing as a strategic Art that aids in our personal alignment and collective evolution.
My formative education includes my time spent as an English undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley where I studied Asian American/Ethnic Studies, Indigenous and Children's literature as well as Eastern Philosophy.
My clinical experiences as a graduate of the University of Chicago that focused on comprehensive trauma informed care went hand in hand with the critical examination of how harm reductive therapeutic tools from ACT, DBT, EMDR, eco-therapy, psychotherapy to narrative therapy can be reclaimed and reimagined for
culturally integrative healing.
I am also a graduate of the
Global Health Administration
at the Graduate Health Policy
& Administration Program--
a consortium for interdisciplinary education and practice between the Booth School of Business, the Harris School of Public Policy, the Law School, the Pritzker School of Medicine, and the School of Social Service Administration.
I am an inaugural Harvard Climate Justice Design Fellow and received my Doctorate in Social Work at the University of Southern California where I focused on Visual Social Work via Design Justice and
Asian American Femme Leadership.
On the day to day, I am leading an intersectional non-profit to incubate AAPI leaders in New Orleans
for more a just tomorrow.