After completing her Form 6 education, the advice from relatives and her parents that nursing career holds a promising future she decided to enrol for the course. On the other hand, the availability of sponsorship to study for the course also compel her to make the decision as this will lighten her family financial burden.
She then left for Singapore to pursue her nursing study under sponsorship from National University Hospital. She graduated from School of Nursing, Singapore in 1994 with a Certificate in Nursing and began her career as a staff nurse in a Medical Ward sub specializing in Cardiology.
In 1998, after relocating back to Malaysia, she pursued bachelor degree through a collaboration programme between Assunta College of Nursing and Victoria University of Technology, Melbourne and she graduated with a Bachelor in Health Sciences (Nursing) from Victoria University.
In 2013 she worked as a Simulation Ward Officer for the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at University of Tunku Abdul Rahman. At UTAR, she managed the Simulation Ward for the faculty supporting its teaching and learning purposes as well as assisting and coordinating Nursing and MBBS OSCE. She also held the post as the Coordinator for the Simulated Patient Programme for the faculty. In 2017 she left for the position of Clinical Instructor at Assunta College of Nursing.
She then developed her interest in teaching since working in a higher learning institution and decided to further her study by pursuing a Master degree. At present, she completed all the requirements for Master in Education (Nursing).