Born and raised in Cameroon with French and English as official languages like in Canada. After completing her primary and high-school education in French and English, she earned a scholarship as one of the best high-school graduates to pursue a study in medicine in Germany.
As a high-school graduate in French and English, she took eight months of intensive classes learning the German language and got thereafter her admission in the faculty of
medicine at the University of Leipzig in Germany where she earned later her Medical Doctor degree. Her medical research work for her thesis focused on the possible neurological treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
After Germany, she moved to Canada where she successfully completed tests required to qualify for the residency and was admitted in family medicine at the University of
Sherbrooke in Quebec, Canada.
Subsequently to completion of her residency in family medicine, she got her license from the College of Physician and Surgeon of Ontario and College of Family Physician of Canada to practice family medicine in Ontario.