I was born Italian, but I’m proudly Canadian. I arrived in Québec 10 years ago with only two suitcases. Came here on vacation, fell in love with the multiculturalism of Montréal.
I built my life in Québec from nothing. I didn’t speak one word of French or English. I now speak five languages, four of which I learned here, on my own thanks to the wonderful people I met.
Being Canadian and Quebecer isn’t just blood or birth but loyalty to our country and beautiful province and faith in the idea that anyone from anywhere can make our country a better place to live in. My greatest strength is knowing who I am and where I come from.
I’m a woman with a voice, by definition a strong woman. My mission in life is to give voice to the voiceless. I love people. I love to connect with them and help them in all possible ways.
Studying law has always been and always will be my greatest passion.
I see myself as a mom first. Of all the titles I could own in my life, this is the title I am most proud of. I’m blessed to have that role in my life.
I’m an advocate for the Ear Community. I bring awareness in schools and on social medias about Microtia and Atresia. I live in Laval; I love my community. I recently became a real estate broker.
Inclusion is a right. Diversity and inclusion are about giving value to every human being, no matter our differences. When everyone is included, everyone wins.
My husband and my kids are my biggest motivation and the reason why I joined BlocMontréal. I want my kids to grow in a world with more equality, more hope, more humanity, more pride, more acceptance and much more love. I’m very proud to be able to call Québec my home, but I will never forget where I’m from. I believe it’s essential to remain humble and grounded in life.