I was born in Port-au-Prince Haiti. I grew up with six siblings in a close knit family. I graduated from Northeastern University, Boston, MA, with a BS in Finance. For many years, I worked as a Bank Auditor, before finding my calling as an advocate for the elderly, the young and the disabled.
For ten years I owned and managed a retirement home in St Petersburg, Florida. I worked as a case manager at a transitional housing for homeless and abused women and their children. As a Support Coordinator for the State of Florida, I advocated on behalf of individuals with developmental disabilities to live with dignity.
My diverse background has enriched my life and has provided me with a great source of issues and experiences to write about. I’m an avid reader and an enthusiastic storyteller. I love to travel to new places and meet new people. I write so I can share my personal experiences through, fiction, non-fiction and essays with unsuspecting victims. I live in Florida with my husband since 1984, where we raised two daughters.