A few years ago, I became a victim of domestic violence.
I was physically assaulted and severely injured.
But since that day, I chose to survive and embrace my second chance at life.
I create empowering videos that I wished I had to watch when I was healing.
My biggest passion is to use my voice to help others, especially fellow #DVSurvivors.
I work with law enforcement agencies and nonprofits across the U.S. to advocate for Domestic Violence Awareness as a Public Speaker and as a Video Creator.
I partnered with Chicago-based nonprofit KAN-WIN as the Keynote Speaker and Video Creator for the organization's 31st gala. Her contributions helped KAN-WIN to raise more than $65,000.
I work with detectives at law enforcement agencies across California. This is a look inside my trip to San Jose, where I played the role of a Korean human trafficking victim to help trainees become more culturally responsive.
Pastor Greg Mah from South Bay Community Church in Torrance, CA shared my survivor story as a part of his sermon to motivate his congregation to reach out for help if they are in similar situations.
I was a NBC Reporter for many years, and this was a special opportunity for me to share my story with NBC Asian America as a Survivor while working with a nonprofit called Center for the Pacific Asian Family.
I was a part of a Documentary Film called 'Light of Day,' and I flew to Dallas, TX to film this interview.