Nursing was never her choice; however, during her 2nd semester in her nursing diploma studies, she fell in love with nursing and has no regrets choosing it as a career. The love of nursing grew after she started learning various procedures and she knew then nurses played a vital role in healthcare settings. She started her career by completing her Diploma in Nursing from Assunta College of Nursing in 2006 and then graduated with her Bachelor of Nursing from Monash University in 2011.
She worked in the Intensive Care Unit in Assunta Hospital for 6 years before deciding to work in Saudi Arabia. There she worked in a surgical and transplant ICU in King Faisal Specialist and Research Centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for 3 years. Upon returning to Malaysia, she decided it was time again to further her studies. She returned to her alma mater to pursue her post basic in Intensive Care Nursing in 2016.
After being many years in the clinical setting which she loves so much, she grew a greater love to teach and impart her knowledge to others. She recalls what her mother had advice her, that, “Education is something that no one can ever take it away from you”. She always believe that through education, one can be empowered to do better in life. To fulfil that dream, she became a Clinical Instructor in ICU in Sunway Medical Centre for almost 1 year before pursuing her Post Basic in Teaching Methodology from Lincoln University College in 2017.
Finally, in January 2018 she returned to Assunta College of Nursing to become a Nurse Educator where she could impart her knowledge and share her experiences to the younger generation of nurses whom she hopes to elevate nursing to even greater heights as nursing is indeed a rewarding career. She is currently teaching the Post Basic in Intensive Care Nursing course.