I am a mom of two boys and first came to FRN as a parent. My goal is to provide support and guidance to acquire all the resources available for their children. Besides being a strong advocate for my son, my other passion is teaching. I like spending quality time with my family doing outdoor activities, watching movies, playing board games.
I studied democracy and human rights and I am an advocate for women. I love helping others and making more people aware of the services and resources they can be provided with, especially Arab people because I come from the same background as them and want to guide them in the right direction by providing them with useful resources.
I am a Mom of a girl with a rare genetic disorder and I am so grateful to be part of FRN. I deeply care about helping parents advocating for their children’s health, future and emotional well-being. In my free time I love to be in nature, gardening, reading, and meditating.
I am a parent of two young boys who love to create marble run contraptions or play puzzle games. In my free time, I love to bake, garden, do crafting projects, or watch anime and Asian TV shows.
I have been working with FRN for over 20 years, and I stay because it is so rewarding to work with families. And I get to see lots of babies, and I do love seeing the babies.
I love the work I do for families! When not working, I spend time with my family. I love taking pictures, and taught everyone at FRN how to take good selfies.
I was a volunteer for a long time at FRN before being asked to join staff. I love learning new things, and then sharing them with the community so that parents can help their children.
I have been with FRN more than 10 years now, and I have 3 children. When not busy helping families, I like playing practical jokes – but only on my co-workers.
I was born in Hong Kong. It’s always my pleasure to help the community and Chinese-speaking families. I love purple. You would always see me with purple hair. I love traveling, shopping, trying out new restaurants, learning another culture.
I love having a job where I can help my community. There are so few places that people who speak Mam can get the help and support that they need. I am really happy to help FRN be one of them.