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Rhunah Soriano, prolifiq Management
As a woman belonging to the ethnic and linguistic minority, I face daily struggles, discriminations and prejudices with a smile and even joked that I am now “immune” to this battle. Rather, I define myself with every success I obtained, failures I learnt and positive encounters I own. Respectful of each individual’s life realities, experiences and environment, I developed empathy, deep understanding and offer support to people I meet.
After obtaining my undergraduate degree in Political Science at Concordia University in Montreal, my then-partner and I decided that I stay home for our son’s first five years to focus on raising our small and young family. It was the best decision I have ever made: investing the future of our child. This gave me the opportunity to learn about community centres and nonprofit organisations, which I eventually vowed to help, as they play a crucial role in the decline of poverty, which aims to decrease social issues that plagues the society. I believe that each one of us have a role to keep our environment safe and secure for our children.
Part of the active role I took on is to be build relationships through events. I hope this event will turn into a community that supports its partners and members, and that YOU join me promote this comradeship.
As Groucho Marx sarcastically once said, “I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member.” Thus, when joining a club, I make sure I am not just a member but also on the boards and committees! Amongst the organisations where I was proactive back in Montreal: the prestigious University Club of Montreal, International Association of Business Communicators – Montreal, McGill Association for Continuing Education Students, Collège Villa-Maria and École Saint-Léon-de-Westmount. I am currently one of the active leaders in the Toronto chapter of InterNations, a global network that promotes diversity and inclusion. I am open to expanding the roster as the pandemic eases.