We are a not-for-profit organization established in 2011 that has pioneered and guided about 600 immigrant families by training and advising the youth, newcomers, women, and seniors


Every person is capable and can contribute to an integrated way of living that benefits themselves and others simultaneously. spending a life building many talents and contributing, learning to work efficiently and accurately to become healthy, safe, hopeful, engaged and contributing members of their communities.


We can win is a not-for-profit organization to advise and guide youth, women, immigrants and special needs population. We educate the targeted groups in career development, help them gain knowledge and assist them with the future job opportunities.

  1. We understand the Canadian workplace and culture.
  2. We have to celebrate and respect diversity
  3. We have to equally encourage teamwork with equity and fairness.


Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP) has Project Management and Business Analysis Experience of 15 + years With an experience working in various Organizations Financial, Government, Not for Profit Organizations In her Career she has identified needs assessment, prepared business case with feasibility, cost benefit analysis risks, mitigating actions with return on investments. 
A highly devoted and ambitious professional with a social work background, eleven years of Administrative and background, 10 years of customer service experience, in facilitating workshops for diverse backgrounds. Nevertheless, experienced in translating and documentation processing to assist newcomers and settlers. 

Certified Project Management Professional (PMP), ITIL, Agile(SCRUM) certified, experience of twenty plus years in Electronics and Information Technology Industry as a Project Lead, Project Coordinator manager various capacities in Government Organizations. Internationally worked at Electronics Corporation of India, York University Toronto, Canada, Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) Peterborough Canada, Child and Family Welfare Services Government of Manitoba Winnipeg and TELUS.