Nigerian-born mom & avid supporter of women by heart.
Japan-based physician-scientist and teacher by training.
I'm a #BoyMom x3. Have always been passionate about supporting girls & women.
I firmly believe that gratitude is a powerful tool to change perspective and bring transformation.
Privileged to have had doctor/nurse parents (Dad/Mom), which set me up for a career in medicine.
I also know a thing or 2 about starting over after personal and professional loss and I feel blessed for the support I’ve had, the tools I've learned to use, and the experience I've gained. I also learned first-hand the power of gratitude.
I pay homage to so many Japanese women without whose support I would not be where I am today.
Homemaker, ice cream aficionado, fragrance lover, adventure seeker, and pop-corn eater. Rom-coms are my favorite movie genre, easy comedy is a close second. I love creating safe spaces and providing resources to support women.
Dr. Flo’s Place is my heart space to help women thrive as Queens after surviving toxic life experiences through personal growth and career support, connecting survivors to resources they may not have access to on their own.
The Blog draws on personal anecdotes and my professional experience and is a space where I share authentic and supportive content.
The Spa is where you can work with me in a relaxing and rejuvenating space.
The Library holds free downloads and some books I recommend.
The Story, this is my story...
If you're a survivor, you've given your best & now you want a fresh start...
So much love,
"I got my start by giving myself a start"
~Madam C. J. Walker
Born Sarah Breedlove, (December 23, 1867), Madam C.J. Walker was an
African American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and political and social activist.
Octavia Spencer portrays her fabulously in the movie,
"Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C. J. Walker"