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I am ​a 2nd generation Filipino-American twentysomething and I am the sum of my experiences. 

My journey began when I was born in a rural North Carolina town where I was raised as the eldest of three daughters to my immigrant parents. At a young age, I discovered my calling, helping others in their healing in their most vulnerable moments, and pursued a path of nursing.

After working in the hospital setting for over four years, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, I was left unfulfilled. The work-life imbalance, the long hours, and overextending myself to give to others left me feeling depleted and underappreciated. This awareness made me realize that my time was worth more. 

I believe in creating a life that you love and that balances and prioritizes not just your well-being, but also your experiences, and celebrates all aspects of your highest self. I believe each person has something special to bring onto this world, helping make this world we currently live in a better place for generations to come. 

Veering off the traditional path, I leaned onto Faith and founded the Thriving Twentysomethings. Valuing authenticity, empathy, and creativity – I hold space and empower agents of change working in healthcare to live a life they LOVE on their own terms, authentically and unapologetically.

Are you ready to get your shift together and live a life you LOVE on your own terms?!

Our Values


We prioritize continuous learning and development, fostering a culture that values curiosity, adaptability, and personal growth.


We strive to make our resources, opportunities, and information inclusive and easily available to all, ensuring equal access for everyone

Risk & Fun

Embracing calculated risks, we cultivate an environment that encourages innovation, creativity, and a sense of fun in our endeavors.


We approach our work with deliberate focus and purpose, aligning our actions with clear intentions to achieve meaningful outcomes.

Self Compassion

Encouraging a culture of empathy and understanding, we support each other's well-being, fostering a space for self-care and resilience.

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