I am a native New Yorker, who was raised by several strong, immigrant women. They taught me to be kind, to be compassionate, and to be strong. I watched as each of them went through the immigration process. I saw the struggles and difficulties, the agony of the unknowns, the toll on family and friends, and most importantly, the persistence to keep moving forward in the face of numerous adversities. Today, when I am having a bad day or facing an obstacle, I think about these women, what they went through, and what they taught me, and I know I will be able to accomplish anything I want to.
After graduating college, I first began a career in insurance, but after several years, was uninspired by my work. I wanted a career where I was truly making a difference in the lives of the people I met. I began searching for other careers where my work would be rewarding to both me and the people I worked with. When I came across Klinke Immigration, I was drawn to this strong group of women, their dedication to helping others, and their persistence to resolve the issues of their clients. They reminded me of the women who raised me, and I was excited to join the team.
Education & Early Career
Vivian received an associate degree in Business Studies from Harrisburg Area Community College. After college, she began a career in the insurance industry. After several years working her way through the insurance industry, Vivian began to search for more fulfilling opportunities, including in other industries, which eventually led her to the legal profession.
Vivian is a Receptionist at Klinke Immigration, where she serves as the first point of contact for all clients. She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys meeting new people, listening to their stories, and providing as much assistance as possible.